He blamed the Jews for the problems in Germany.
Many people were cheered up by movies during the Great Depression; movies served to take their minds off their problems.
No Jobs,No money,no Housing,No food,and no vehicles :(
The problems of the people would be full employment.
People died during the Great Depression because of starvation.
full employment <3<3
During the great depression people ate the food that they had stored, no one starved during this period.
Farmers had to deal with a variety of problems during the Great Depression. People did not have the money to buy what they grew, and the demand for farmed goods fell. This caused the farmers to lose money and feel the effects of the depression as much as anyone in the big cities.
Adolf Hitler used the Jewish people as a scapegoat for Germany's economic problems during the Great Depression.
Some people are having family problems or having friendship problems.
How many people were homeless during the Great Depression? Between one and two million people.
Well there weren't just 2 basic problems there were many BASIC problems in the great depression. One of them was a lot of people were running low on money so they stopped using money and switched to their new system of credit.
People moved west during the Great Depression because there were more work opportunities there.
It is how to say disabled politely. Could be anything from people who lost their legs or are blind, to people with bad ADHD or depression, to people autism.
feud, rivalry depression, or mental problems.
Some major problems faced in the Great Depression was the rise in unemployment, hardly any money, no real houses, no school and the farmers only made a very small profit because people didn't have enough money to buy expensively. 1930
About fifty percent were out of work during the great depression.
Farmers were not doing good during the Great Depression.
homosexuals Jews and disabled people
For many people, movies brought some happiness during the general unhappiness of the Great Depression, a time when economic depression led to emotional depression. Movies remained cheerful, and people enjoyed them, often as a temporary escape from a depressing existence.