• Creator
  • U.S. International Development Cooperation Agency. Agency for International Development. 10/1/1979-4/1/1999
  • Created Date
  • 1948-01-01/1955-12-31
  • Description
  • Greece. With Economic Cooperation Administration help, Greece is speeding up its exploitation of exisitng bauxite reserves, to provide the raw material for European aluminum production and supplies for the United States stockpile. Reserves at Eleusis, near Athens, are estimated at more than 2 million tons. Here Greek workmen move tram loads of raw bauxite ore to the end of the Eleusis pier where it will be loaded onto the Yugoslav ship "Kosama... more
    Greece. With Economic Cooperation Administration help, Greece is speeding up its exploitation of exisitng bauxite reserves, to provide the raw material for European aluminum production and supplies for the United States stockpile. Reserves at Eleusis, near Athens, are estimated at more than 2 million tons. Here Greek workmen move tram loads of raw bauxite ore to the end of the Eleusis pier where it will be loaded onto the Yugoslav ship "Kosamaj". This first Marshall Plan transport of bauxite out of Greece will go to Germany, to be transformed into aluminum. less
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  • Photographic Print
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