The answer is no. You do not need a war to end a depression but it does help. When you battle other countries you can raise and obtain money faster.
The 2nd World War ended the Great Depression.
World War One happened before the Great Depression, the end of WW1 was in 1918 and the start of the Great Depression was in 1929.
World War Two helped to end the Great Depression.World War One and the resulting instability in Europe was a partial cause for the Great Depression.
By 1939 the economy was on an upswing and by 1940, after war had begun in Europe, the Great Depression was history.
World War II is said to have pulled us out of the Depression because we supplied our allies with war materials, which created jobs and jump started our economy. Therefore, people believe the war helped end the Depression.
Yes it did. The Depression didn't end that soon, the Great Depression ended in 1941 which is also when the US got involved in the war. The economy was almost back to normal before that, but there was another large recession in 1937. Some people make the case that the Great Depression wasn't over until the war was over.
The great depression was started due to the fact of the fall of stock prices but the Depression had started very shortly after the end of The Great Depression. The Great depression had ended because of so many companies established by the United States to help the people.
It did not end the depression. We did have a lot of people go to work that had been unemployed, but that came from the government spending money on things for war. The funds that the government spent came from taxes paid by citizens. At the end of the war, we were really still in a depression, but we had built up manufacturing capability (to make the tools of war). So when the huge amounts of people all over the world needed to buy goods to rebuild after the war, the US was in a good position to sell them those items - that did solve the depression.
1944 when the USA joined the world war 2
Created jobs for everyone.
1941 when world war 2 started
it ended when the U.S. joined world war two
they kicked a hole lot of asses
I presume you mean WW2 not 11, but i brought an end to the great depression
WW2 got America out of the depression because it gave jobs to people building different things for the war effort.
Periodic economic panic and depression
The Great Depression ended in the late 30s. The Depression ended around when World War II began. Many believe WW2 helped end the Depression, since war materials and troops provided paying jobs to millions.
World War 2 is described as the good war because it helped end the Great Depression
We were in the end\middle of the great depression.
World War II (by Solomon Zelman)
Franklin Roosevelt's policies deepened and extended the "Great Depression." It took World War 2 to get our economy going again and end the depression.
One main reason the Great Depression ended is because World War II came to an end. The Great Depression began in 1929.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the President when we entered Word War 2, which is generally considered the end of the depression due to the accelerated industry that supported the war effort.
Correction, it did not end the depression world wide. The US was just coming out of the depression in 1940 and England was still in the depression and that did not end for ten years past the end of the war. Many countries did not pull out of the depression for many years. The US hit an economic boom during the war because they were making money building ships, planes, military vehicles, uniforms, boats, weapons, bombs and ammo. So people were working again and the depression ended in the US. Women worked and that added to their incomes. They could not really spend all the money they were earning. Most saved it up and spent it after the war to buy houses and cars and furniture.
World War II helped end the Depression. Michael Montagne