Who managed the economy in ww1?
After WW1 the economy started doing great. It was a boom economy.
it was okay but not that bad
The effects of WW1 on the economy
that the economy was too complex to be managed by central planning
to damage Germany's economy
refers to limited outflow of money in economy
The Structure of Nigeria Economy means, how resources are woned and how Production, Distribution and Consumption are managed in Nigeria.
The features of Africa colonial economy is that it was managed by the white imperialists who took the raw materials to Europe.
after ww1 America experinced a crash in the economy. which led to the great depression. after ww2 America felt a boom in its economy.
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He stereotyped them as the group responcible for the bad economy and the loss in ww1
couldn't recover its lost lands. economy went down.sufferings started
The US federal government helped stimulate substantial economy growth during WW1 by taking a neutral standpoint and supplying the warring nations with resources. The US was however eventually drawn into the conflict, leading to economic decline.
There are multiple different little similarities between WW1 and WW2 but the main ones that i can think of are the economic booms, and the use of propaganda. In WW1, when we started becoming more involved in the war our economy began to boom because we were making all kinds of weaponry and material. In WW2, our economy also boomed, and this helped us get out of the depression. Propaganda was used in both WW1… Read More
Compared to today, no. The economy collapsed becaus of the global economy crises and Germany had to carry the damages of WW1.
The private sector has played a vital role in the development of the Indian economy. An example is foreign direct investment. Previously, the Indian economy was managed by government enterprises.
The draft is the reason why people "have" to join the army. During WW1, in which previous to both WW1 and WW2, we seem to be isolationist; the U.S. had mandated the draft due to lack of Volunteers and the need to have a militaristic economy for a period of time to boost the economy which was not doing very well.
The British dropped 660 tons of bombs on Germany, more than twice what Germany had managed to loose on England.
Zambia has the economy it does because of persistent government interference in business and agriculture. The country has never managed to recover from the corrupt 28 year regime of Kenneth Kaunda,
Stalin wasn't the head of Russia in WW1, but WW2.
The economy sky rocketed for a while then in the 1930s we hit depression The economy sky rocketed for a while then in the 1930s we hit depression The economy sky rocketed for a while then in the 1930s we hit depression The economy sky rocketed for a while then in the 1930s we hit depression
Communist countries have /used to have a so-called 'managed' economy. This type is not based on the dynamics of supply and demand in the market, but on Government-dictated directives and targets.
WWI helped the American economy, but most Americans did not want to be part of the conflict.
there are different aspects that divided the economy in ww1. the first reason was conscription; this was a term given to a law that was attempted to be made in ww1 times. if approved it meant that all men from 18-up would be forced to go to war. a lot of people disagreed with this and so the economy was split in to agreers and disagreers of conscription. another reason was 'the white feather'. if… Read More
yes. but they weren't very patriotic. they increased the cost of food for profit during ww1, this then became part of the growing economic problems that resulted in Germany losing the war.
He becomes Chancellor of Germany He managed to become Furher He survived WW1 He survived assassination attempts (most notably the July bomb plot) He was in power for 12 years Hitler was a dictator, and was responsible WWII. he did get man of the year before he killed all the jews Overcame chaos, restored order, raised production in Germany's economy, and employed 7 million people, rearmed his military ( questionable if it's an accomplishment though… Read More
There are three primary economic systems (all of which have variations). There are the free market, the centrally managed economy, and the mixed economy which has elements of the free market and elements of central management.
Yes it did as WW1 gave Canada more job opportunities, and brought us out of a recession. It increased our manufacturing sector by a good deal. On the downside though, after WW1, Canada was in debt.
Yes. When Benjamin Netanyahu was Minister of Finance (2003-2005) he managed to turn around Israel's economy for the better.
Because europe has managed to banalce social responsibility with governance and economy while not giving in into dictatorship tactics.
It created massive trouble and affect on todays economy and physical health.
They did the mens work. ww1 at the time was known for the great war because there was no ww2 yet.
Because they worked, were within the limits of technology to make, economy to afford, and soldiers could be trained to use them.
the entente (Britain and France) fought Germany in ww1 and in the end Britain managed to convince the usa to join the war on theyr side (1917)
China has a "mixed" economy, part socialist/communist, part capitalist. It's centrally managed by an authoritarian government.
There are 30,921 Americans from World War I interred in foreign countries. These individuals are buried in 24 cemeteries managed by the American Battle Monuments Commission.
The impact of ww1 on the econmoy of Europe was to drain the treasuries of Europe leaving them grappling with huge debts.
The US underwent a depression after WW1. It lasted from January 1920 to July 1921. A range of factors have been identified contributing to the depression, many relating to adjustments in the economy following the end of WW1. The economy started to grow, though it had not yet completed all the adjustments in shifting from a wartime to a peacetime economy. Factors identified as potentially contributing to the downturn include: returning troops which created a… Read More
Japan did not play any particular part in WW1 asside from patroling Australia's shores while Our navy was in Europe.
The German economy was in turmoil. It had to pay billions and billions of dollars of reparations. The new democratic 'Weimer' government was very weak and people wanted strong leadership. In due time, they turned to Hitler and the rise of the Nazis began (after 1929).
This is communism. It worked to ensure that the economy was running like it should and that all people were taken care of.
Largest Empire, hard to attack because it was an island, largest navy and merchant marine, largest economy and richest country.
Eradication of the Jewish, Gyptians, Ethnic minority of choice Establishment of a new Stronger Germany (after effect of WW1, Treaty of Versailles and all that) The importance of the Aryan Race Expand Territories, Establish greater living space for economy Strengthen economy Revenge.
No it didn't. The economic impact on China of WW I was negligible, as China did not take part and did relatively little trade with the West. The 'global economy' and Chinese political, financial and economic involvement in the rest of the world were still many decades away.
Hitler managed to control the economy by using his economic policy. This policy had four major steps which included, full employment or eliminating unemployment, campaign to encourage people to work, rearming the country, and becoming a self sufficient country.
Cuba has a state-controlled economy, which means that all Cuba's production is controlled and managed by the government , and most of the labor force is employed by the state. Temporaily, meaning that since cuba has a communist type of government the controlled economy must have have people without a felines record may not vote or perticipate in social meetings.
He basically was still holding a grudge against the Jews from WW1. He wanted to get rid of them for good. Which started the holocaust. He did win Germany a good amount of land though for about 5 years. He didn't do to much for the economy since he was so focused on his own wants and needs.
yes, it did. During WW1 the economy boomed because of having to make weapons for war, and when the war ended we experienced a very fast transition from war to peace time. Along with that transition also brought a very fast economic change from booming war economy to a fast expanding and prosperous industrial economy.
During WWI the economy of Austria sky rocketed. During the war this country was home to nuclear warheads which made them millions. The value of the Euro (EUR) was: $1=.0000005652(EUR) 1(EUR)= $56,000 Results from this were astonishing and France began commuting with them.
-Self governed -Economy was dependent on tobacco in Maryland and Virginia -Rice in South Carolina and Georgia -Tobacco and rice plantations were very dependent on slave labor -Commerce was slow to develop in these Colonies -London merchants managed the Southern trade