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this question doesn't make sense, the great depression occured after WWI

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WWI was a major cause of the Great Depression.


The effects of WW1 on the economy


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.


Neither. It was between WW1 and WW2.


a great lose in the market prices it lead to poverty as well


The great depression of the 1930's led to WW2; WW2 got the US out of the depression.


it was hitler i am hitler Correction: In the 1st ww, the depression did not exist. It came in 1929.


They had to pay reparations to fix the damage of WW1


The Great Depression lead to the rise of dictators because due to the economic downfall of numerous countries during the great depression, many parties revolted which provided the opportunity for dictators to rise.


The Great Depression was in England and America. It mainly hit England during the 1930s. However, many people have argued that the Great Depression started around 1918 in Great Britain in general, because of an unstable economy caused by WW1.


It started after WW1 and before WW2. In the United States, the Great Depression is generally said to have begun with the stock market crash of October 1929.


the stock market crash in 1929 lead to the great depression


Germany was in a really ad great depression because they had to pay reparations for WW1. They were already in debt but WW1 dropped them so bad. Germany was a country that was heavily injured and many countries were part of the great depression. France because lots of fighting took place and left them in an undesirable condition. Hoped i helped. all of the world was affected by the great depression. So... all of the States were affected... as well as Canada, Sweden and other countries


There was no 2nd Great Depression. Many thought the Great Recession would be a great depression but that was not the case. In reality, the economy was not even close to another great depression. The great depression included such things as wage fixing and pricing fixing by the government, excess public debt from WW1, Smoot-Hawley act, etc. The Great Recession was just a financial breakdown, which is bad, but not a GD.


Government Economic policies did not lead to the great Depression. The Great Depression started out as a normal recession as part of a business cycle. However, bad government policies (e.g. protectionism) has worsened the recession and turned it into what we now know as the Great Depression.


Yes, it was Thursday OCtober 24, 1929 in NY when the stock market crashed which lead to the Great Depression.


It didn't really. The Great Depression was caused more by the drought which devistated the economy.


It led to the Great Depression because the U.S. was in debt to other countries


yeah, and when the europian nations got into ww2 America benefited and was able to get over the great depression by selling weapons to countries like Britain.


The Great Depression of the 1930s was caused by a stock market crash. This lead to many problems in the United States.


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The recession of 2008 and the Great Depression of the 1930s have similar beginnings. Financial meltdowns caused a reduction in consumer spending which lead to unemployment in great numbers.


Germany was blockaded, WW1 led into the great depression


The effects of the Great Depression were huge across the world. Not only did it lead to the New Deal in America but more significantly, it was a direct cause of the rise



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