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It had a huge effect on the soldiers. The soldiers came back home and had to "push the women" back to their house work so the men could do the labor work. They also had quite a bit of money form the war and when they came back they wanted to spend it, on things for entertainment and to help their families. And because of the spending splurge it lead to the depression.

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Q: What effect did World War 1 have on the soldiers after the war?
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