All of them!
the countries were poor and jobs and money were very rare
how was who involved in the great depression?
everyone was involved...
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Martin Luther King was not involved in the great depression, but he was involved in the civil rights movement because of which America is today free of slavery.
FDR and his new deal.
Following the Great War (WWI), all countries involved in the war (therefore most all of Europe) except the Soviet Union, experienced depressions very similar to the Great Depression in the U.S. (which only worsened conditions as the U.S. was inable to help the European nations).
The decade of the 1930s saw the Great Depression in the United States and many other countries.
many farmers and employees were involved.
Mexico did not experience the great depression as heavily as other countries.
The Great Depression began in the United States in 1929. The economic depression quickly began enveloping other countries, and there was no monies being sent from other countries.
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2 presidents were Hoover and Roosevelt
germany and austria
By countries all over the world
The Great Depression was worldwide (global), but some countries were affected more severely, and for much longer, than others. The countries worst affected were the U.S. and Germany.
In the US, the Great Depression is considered to have ended around that time. However, the Great Depression had a worldwide effect, and some countries didn't recover until the late 1940s.
No, Russia or Soviet Union wasn't involved into the Great Depression, because the type of Soviet economy was different from American or European type. So the Great Depression hardly could affect to Russian economy.
Yes it did but not as much as other countries.
The Soviet Union
It led to the Great Depression because the U.S. was in debt to other countries
Saudi Arabia like other countries, was greatly effected by the Great Depression. Tourism plummeted in Saudi Arabia during the Great Depression and that brought less income into the economy.
The Great Depression has such a huge impact on the economies of other countries because the United states did business with other countries. Other countries lost money when they US could not buy their products, or provide or take out loans.