Few historians deny that the Great Depression played a key role in bringing Hilter to power in Germany, which was particularly badly affected by the Depression. In 1928, before the Great Depression, the Nazis won a total of 12 (out of just over 600, in other words, 2%) seats in the general elections to the Reichstag (the German parliament). They were a laughing-stock and Hitler was widely regarded as a funny little man. In 1932 there were two general elections in Germany. In the first, the Nazis won about 37% of the vote and in the second, about 33%. A key weakness in Germany in the 1920s and 1930s was the lack of an effective conservative party. The German Nationalist Party (DNVP) had lost much of its electoral appeal by a knee-jerk policy of supporting agrarian interests, for example. Note. An awful lot of people confuse the German inflation of the early 1920s with the Great Depression. In fact, the currency was stabilized by 1924, and in the early 1930s the problem in Germany was **falling prices**, which encouraged people to postpone non-essential purchases.
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.
Money was getting less because of the World war.
The Great Depression did not start a war. It ended when World War II started, but it started no war.
The great depression wasn't until 1929 and lasted years, closer to World War 2. World War I and the great depression weren't directly related to one another.
World War 2 ended the Great Depression.
The Second World War is what ended the Great Depression.
The 2nd World War ended the Great Depression.
building guns, tanks, and machinery for world war 2 got us out of the depression. when the economy dropped the depression started.
It led to the Great Depression because the U.S. was in debt to other countries
Entering into World War 2 was the reason why we got out of 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 1 lasted from 1914-1918. The great depression lasted from October 1929-1939.
The president during the Great Depression and World War 2 was Franklin Roosevelt.
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The Great Depression began on October 29th, 1929; World War II is generally agreed to have begun almost a decade later, on September 1st, 1939. The Great Depression therefore could not have been caused by World War II - in fact, many believe that World War II, and the massive military buildup which it engendered, which in turn kickstarted the American industrial sector, was a large contributor to the ending of the Great Depression.
World war I was 1916 for the U.S. The great depression began with the stock-market crash in 1929. So world war 1 came first.
The great depression had nothing to do with WW2.
The Great Depression refers to the economic downfall that took place before and during World War II. This was due to a severe lack of jobs and the crash of the stock market
Technology did not get the US out of the Great Depression. World War II is what got the United States out of the Great Depression because of all the jobs that were created with prepping for the war.
World War II affected the great depression greatly. The army needed supplies which made more jobs in factories available and got the companies more money hence world war II helped end the great depression.
Germany and other European nations fell into such a hard depression after the first world war that is is both possible and probable that the Depression influenced the second world war. Countries with much to lose are often reluctant to go to war but Germany really had little to lose, thus was more likely to fight. The Great Depression in the United States actually fueled US isolationist policy that kept the United States out of the war.
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They were called the Roarin 20s in the 1920s and the Great Depression in the 1930s.
No. The great depression began in 1929 and extended through WWII.