Due to the cost of WWI for all the countries involved many didn't have enough money to pay back countries that they had borrowed from during the war. Each country involved had their own war debt to pay and in Germany's case not only their own debt but the debt of all other European contries due to the agreement in the Treaty of Versailles. During this period of time in history the Industrial Revolution tied many countries, especially those that were Imperialists, together. In a sense the beginning of the global economy had began. This type of economy ties each country in the global economy together and therefore when one countries economy is suffering a domino type of effect occures, and each country tied to the affected economy will suffer in some way.
World War 2 caused sustained economic growth.
World War 2 and an economic depression.
The so-called Great Depression most often refers to the depression in the United States that began in 1929. There is no evidence that the economic problems of the United States at that time caused or triggered the German invasion of Poland which started World War two.
the Great Depression.
what caused world war1 is the great depression
influenza and the depression
At 11:00 on November 11 1918 the first world war ended with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. The treaty specified the the war was over, and that Germany and their allies would be expected to pay monetary reparations to the countries affected by the fighting. This caused a major economic depression in Germany, which, in turn, caused economic depression in many parts of Europe. This war also contributed to the downfall of the Austria-Hungary and Ottoman empires, and greatly changed the political climate throughout the world.
The Great Depression
Approximately 10 years. The Great Depression in the United States caused a worldwide economic depression lasting from 1929 until the dawn of World War II. The Great Depression may have been caused by the collapse of the U.S stock market. Of course, WWII began in 1939 xD
It helped put both industries and people back to work thus alleviating the suffering caused by the economic problems .
There was a depression called the "Economic Crash of 1863." It came after the country lost the War of Secession and was caused by the enormous amount of money the U.S. had to pay to fund the war.
Largely due to economic problems caused by the U.S. Great Depression.
They blamed the Jews.
Yes, the Great Depression of 1929.
Between the war and the depression everything is related and all matters.
Treaty that ended the war and economic depression.
Periodic economic panic and depression
The build up for World War II helped America get out of the Great Depression.
There was political, territorial and economic conflicts which caused the war,
Mobilization for World War II increased jobs which had a massive increase in production and created an economic boom that ended the Great Depression. :)
The Great Depression wasn't caused by a single individual as such, more so a political and economic climate after World War One. Things such as Germany's ambitions of becoming a world power over Britain, the arms race which followed and the war itself placed strain on many, if not all, nations involved.
The impact war had on Australian society is greater economic boom and depression. The impact war had on Australian society is greater economic boom and depression.
depression, influenza, red scare
economic depression Germany's defeat in World War I