Thousands of people die every day, even during the Great Depression.Yes, the Great Depression precipitated many deaths, beginning with the stock market crash, but it would be difficult to say how many could be directly related to the depression.
New Zealand suffered during the Great Depression because the New Zealand economy relies largely on exports. During the depression there was no demand for any of the products we have to export, and therefore there was no circulation of money.
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The Dust Bowl happened during the years of the Great Depression, and the constant dust storms ruined the crops of many Midwestern and Southern farmers during those years, making it even harder for those farmers to make any money to ease the pain of the Great Depression.
they wore any kinda clothing like mostly rags
There weren't any jobs to get to..and kids walked to school.
During the Great Depression a physician found it very difficult to collect fees for services rendered as no one had any money. They most often made no weekly pay.
Hoovervilles were shanty towns that people were forced to live in because they could not afford any proper accomodation during the Great Depression. They were named after President Hoover who was President of the US at the beginning of the Great Depression. Hoover was replaced by Franklin D Roosevelt because he was regarded as a 'do nothing President' meaning he did not put proper measures in place to help the USA out of the Great Depression.
It depends what you mean by celebs but there were some extremely rich people during the great depression. The Vanderbilt's and some other families held more then 20% of America's money during the Great Depression. There were a few films during that era but radio stars still were much more popular because almost everyone had a radio and it was hard for people to go to the movies.
Life was very hard during the Great Depression. No one had any money and no one knew what to do. Jobs were not very easy to find, because every one needed one.
well first of all I think it doesnt concern any of your business
'Any job' is better than 'no job'...
They wore the same clothing as any other child during the great depression. Girls and boys dressed in pants and dress shoes if they lived in an orphanage. If they didn't live in an orphanage the girls wore skirts. Hope this helped answer your question. -Rebecca Fin
people lost there house,some died and didnt have any money to but any thing so they died of starvation.
People kept on getting money after money and the bank didn't have any more money to give out
The Great Depression was a time starting around 1929 and lasting as long as the 1930's and into 1940 in some countries. It was a time when the economy crashed and everyone was horribly poor. Here are some sentences that are true.The banker was so upset when he lost all his money in the Great Depression that he killed himself.During the Great Depression, many people could not find any jobs at all.The Great Depression has left lasting scars that still affect people.
Farmers tried to sell their farms but they was not able to sell them. The homelesses tried to find a job but they could not find any jobs. Suicide rates increased during the Great Depression.
There was food during the Great Depression. Distribution systems were impaired or broken and many people had much less money than before and so found it hard to afford to buy all the food they needed as well as pay for necessary clothing, housing, etc.
The US was better off than any of the European nations, Germany was especally hard hit.
There were cars. People with stable incomes (namely people who owned companies or profiters of war) would be able to buy them. Cars started to be produced in mass (before the Great Depression started during the 'crazy years' when people had money), and therefore, the price of cars greatly descended. When people had their cars during the Great Depression, often people wouldn't have any money for fuel for their cars, so they would take the engine out and use horses or buffalos to pull their cars. They called them 'Bennet Buggies' after their Prime Minister at the time (R.B. Bennett) whose solutions during the Great Depression would never work.
N0. One man can not start a great depression even if he tries to start one and most certainly Hoover did not want to start any kind of depression, let alone a great one.
AnswerThe middle classes were still there during the Great Depression. Any suggestion that everyone was reduced to grinding poverty is inaccurate.The difference during the Depression was that employment was very much lower, so that the number of "middle class" individuals decreased as a percentage of the population. Many of those who were still working also received less income, and the availability of consumer goods was sharply diminished.
There seems to be no details of any deaths for fire fighters at the Pentagon crash site. All of the deaths were attributed to the initial collision and not during any subsequent rescue operations.
The United States did not want to have any more poor and hungry people during the Great Depression.