Like the United States, the Japanese sought to build their way out of the depression through government programs. In Japan a great deal of this was directed at developing the Japanese Military. The Japanese felt that the path to long term economic stability lay in forcibly uniting the nations of East Asia.
Herbert Hoover was President when the Great Depression began. Franklin Roosevelt was President when the Depression ended.
Herbert Hoover was president.
The great depression of the 1930's influenced the power and alliances of the nations involved in WW2.
Presidential powers were expanded
The Depression had profound political effect. In countries such as Germany and Japan, reaction to the Depression brought about the rise to power of militarist governments who adopted the aggressive foreign policies that led to Second World War.
Using government spending to increase purchasing power and stimulate the economy during the Great Depression.
The Great Depression had not affected Japan as severely as it had other nations. In the late 1930s, she began to flex her muscles. The war with China in 1937 was just the beginning. Japan's military leader, General Hedeki Tojo, along with some other leaders, wanted to prove Japan was a world power.
By providing economic relief during the great depression.
They promised to bring them out of the Great Depression.
The consensus among historians is that without the Great Depression the Nazis would not have come to power.
Overproduction is one thing that caused many farms to fail during the Great Depression. Another thing that caused them to fail was the concept of power farming, which was not needed.
January but i don't know the date i think it was in 1932 during out Great Depression
not the US depression but the one in Germany was a major factor
For the economy to regain its power.
The great depression brought the democrats to power
Because of unemployed young men who were disaffected with their political leaders.
No, the axis consisted of Italy, Japan and Germany. Great Britain was an Allied power
Because of the Great Depression.
AnswerHitler was in the leader of Germany at the time of the Great Depression. He came to power in 1933 as Chancellor and had no involvement in the formulation of policy in Germany until this point. The Depression was what led to the failure of Weimar Germany, and thus the rise to power of Hitler and the NSDAP (Nazi party).
Fukushima Power Plant
The major impact of the Great Depression on American federalism was the crash of the stock markets. This in turn increased the power that the federal government had.
The Great Depression was caused by a large amount of environmental factors that proved to be to much to handle at the time. The top causes of the Great Depression are: the stock market's crash, World War I, and the changes within the United States's political power.