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more than 5 million people did. about 5 million farmers died during the great depression.
All of the people were effected by the great depression because they were part of it. The poor people were mostly affected because they had no money or anything to eat or to g…o home to. The wealthy were only effected a little because they lost little money.
9 and 12 million
The great depression was not a natural disaster. though it is probable that some people starved to death as a result of it
See: Wikipedia World War II Casualties.
I am one with depression among many other disorders. I am going to guess at least five thousand a year
The Great Depression of the 1930's affected almost the entire world. According to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, the world population in 1930 wa…s around 2.07 billion. Many countries were affected by the Depression, including Australia, Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Japan, Latin America, the Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, the Soviet Union, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. It's really almost impssible to say exactly how many people were affected by the Great Depression, but the effects were felt around the world, which lasted until World War II for some countries.
12 million in America only in America...:)
From what I have read on-line, estimates are between 9 and 12 million. We could see this happen again when there is economic collapse leading to a run on the banks, and groce…ry stores. We live in a world today were many people do not have the patience to stand in food lines, not that FEMA can feed us all anyways. Another negative factor is the "just-in-time" supply chain today. One must ask, "How many days can my neighbor go without food before he is willing to steal or kill to feed his starving crying kids.
Odd choice for something to do with such enjoyable pastimes as hobbies. It is difficult to ascertain exactly- as unlike wars, or say automobile accidents- it is not possible t…o directly ascribe deaths to Economic Depression. it is known that Suicides spiked. The manned walkway on the Bayonne bridge was closed down and some said a sign should have been posted- beware of falling bankers! It is one of those questions that cannot honestly be answerd in a definitive matter- unlike say total automobile accident deaths in a given state in a given year. There were a staggering number of accidental deaths- my Father knew of one involving a kid who was sledding down a street- this being obviously winter and going underneath a truck with fatal results. Some juvenile suicides HAVE been economically motivated, by the way.
about 6-7 million kids were killed during this time. :(
Some studies indicate that as many as 7 million people may have died from starvation during the Great Depression.
12,830,000 people were unemployed in the great depression
no one died because they all strarting doing tutti and eating it.
They were buried.