The Great Depression Molly Turnbach

Here is a short clip summarizing the conflicts of the Great Depression.

The Great Depression happened after the stock market crash of 1929.

Herbert Hoover was president for a majority of the time, then came FDR.

Lots of people lost their jobs and became very poor due to bank failures.

Many people died of starvation because of little or no money.

Most people lost their homes and they were abandoned.

The Great Depression was the largest economic downfall in the industrial world.

The great depression mostly affected the nations that were deeply in debt, for example, Germany and Great Britain.

Overall, the great depression was a very tragic time in history which caused many People to loose jobs, money, and most importantly, family members.

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