Who was the leader that led Italy through the great depression?
The pizza man named Stan.
Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini [July 29, 1883-April 28, 1945] became Prime Minister of Italy on October 31, 1922. He assumed ever more prestigious titles and assumed ever greater powers until his overthrow and arrest on July 25, 1943. The Great Depression generally was viewed as beginning by 1929 and lasting into the late 1930's or early 1940's. So Mussolini led the Italian government during the Depression years.
Answer Hitler was in the leader of Germany at the time of the Great Depression. He came to power in 1933 as Chancellor and had no involvement in the formulation of policy in Germany until this point. The Depression was what led to the failure of Weimar Germany, and thus the rise to power of Hitler and the NSDAP (Nazi party).
Adolf Hitler was the leader of Germany Benito Mussolini was the leader of Italy Emperor Hirohito was the leader of Japan Josef Stalin was the leader of the USSR Winston Churchill was the leader of Great Britain Franklin Roosevelt was the leader of the United States until mid 1945, then Truman became president.
The book's setting is during the Great Depression. Throughout the book, Harper Lee directly states the hardships that Maycomb is going through. To Kill a Mockingbird is related to the Great Depression, because it takes place during that time. Remember when Atticus quit the farm and went back to school as a lawyer? He did that because during the Depression, farmers were hit the hardest.