How did the United States' Great Depression of the 1930s affect Ireland?
It made them lose money off of exporting food and stuff, Ireland was involved in WWI, otherwise known as the Great War, they didn't have as bad of effects as, say, Germany. I don't know much about Ireland, but Germany's depression was caused by the Treaty of Versailles, and Hitler used it to get his nation all riled up and ready for war.
At the time although Ireland(the 26 counties) was free and independent from Britain we were still a member of the British Commonwealth and we relied almost totally on exporting and importing all our goods from Britain.In the 1930's Britain because of the great depression was in a tough economic time so this meant that Ireland would feel the hit too and then during 1932-1938 the Tariff War between Britain and Ireland began.
World War 2 had a huge affect on American citizens. One major affect was World War 2 aided the U.S. into getting out of the Great Depression. When the United States got involved in the war, the government demanded military goods production and therefore businesses need workers to fulfill the requirements of the government. The war stimulated the United States economy. Additionally women were given the jobs of men because the men had to go…
There were plenty of events that occurred over the 1900s that affect the United States to this day. Both of the World Wars have developed the United States into what it is today. There have been some nice times, as well as rough time, with the roughest being during the Great Depression, while the nicest remain with the economic surge when Bill Clinton was in office.
How did the Louisiana purchase affect the relationship between the United states and foreign nations?
World War II had many effects on the United States. Here are some: The United States became a major world power both economically and militarily. Demand for production for war purposes ended the economic depression of the 1930's. The need for labor during and after the war ended some aspects of religious, racial and sex discrimination.
The War in Gaza (from Dec. 2008-Jan. 2009) had no affect on the United States and continues to have no affect. Gaza accounted for less than 0.01% of United States Trade, no oceans/seas/air space has been cutoff to American trade. The only marginal consideration is that American tourism to Israel and Gaza dropped.