George Catlett Marshall (1888-1959) was a failed Army man starting in 1902 until 1933
when he came under the protective wings of KGB "Agent 19" Harry Hopkins and pinko Eleanor
Roosevelt. In 1933 he was promoted to Colonel. In 1939 he was appointed Chief of Staff and four-star General of the Army over more than 400 hundred
more qualified and senior individuals.
Marshall was deeply involved in the treason at Pearl Harbor
and is the person who committed the most massive perjury about it and was the primary person responsible for ordering the destruction of Army documents concerning it (See John Toland's Infamy, 1982).
Marshall's order of October 18, 1941, to MacArthur to fight on the beaches was the basis for sacrificing 31,095 Americans at Bataan.
Marshall allowed Karl Marx to win the war. Marshall was largely responsible for the incompetent handling of the war including the second front, lack of fuel to Patton, the failure to take Berlin and Prague. See the brilliant Retreat From Victory by Senator Joseph McCarthy, Devin-Adair, 1951.
Marshall was a primary advisor to FDR during the treason at
Yalta. He advised giving all concessions to Russia so it would enter the war against Japan after we had done all the dirty work. See Kubek pages 134 and 140.
Aid to the Communist takeover of China. After FDR, Marshall was the man most responsible for giving China to the Communists.
Truman sent Marshall on a mission to China November 27, 1945. This mission was "one of the major factors contributing to the Red conquest of that nation" (Kubek, page 323). Marshall had been the person who appointed the American Communist General Stillwell to be Chiang Kai-Shek's Chief of Staff. Marshall favored a coalition government giving Communists power and enforced an embargo against the Nationalists. The net result of Marshall's 15 month mission was summed up in this sober epitaph by General Chennault: "The trend of a gradually stronger central government was reversed and the military balance shifted again in favor of the Chinese Communists" (page 343, How the Far East Was Lost, Dr. Anthony Kubek, 1963). When Marshall went to China the Communists had 300,000 badly equipped troops confined to a small area of China. He left them as 2,000,000 well equipped troops.
Truman appointed Marshall Secretary of State 1947-1949. His first order of business was to engineer the firing of anti-Communists like J. Anthony Panuch from the State Department. Communist agents flourished.
On June 5, 1947, at the Harvard Commencement he announced the "Marshall Plan" which was aid to developing countries. At the time this was the primary directive of Stalin to the Communist Party, USA - to get the U.S. to give aid to developing countries. By having Communist agents at the State Department direct the aid, the Soviet Union was able to conserve its resources while achieving all of its objectives. Marshall was Stalin's tool.
"KUBEK" = How the Far East Was Lost, Dr. Anthony Kubek, 1963.
is the best exposition, along with McCarthy's book, of how Marshall
single-handedly gave China to the Communists.
For a brief exposition of Dr. Kubek's thesis, see his classic
Communism at Pearl Harbor