National Affairs: WPB in Greece

State and War Department planners, whose job it is to translate broad policies into practical details, had a rough plan for Greece ready by week's end. Of the $400 million which the President asked, Greece would get $254 million in the next two years. This is how it would be spent:

¶ $154 million for military items (rations, clothing, rifles, grenades, automatic rifles, light and heavy machine guns, mortars, motor transports, fuel, lubricants; if there was anything left it would go for artillery and some aircraft—chiefly for the psychological effect).

¶ $35 million for rehabilitation-(food, medicines, agricultural equipment, critically needed goods such as...

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