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Why did world war 2 end the great depression?

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Answered 2011-02-20 02:58:11

Created jobs for everyone.

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The 2nd World War ended the Great Depression.


World War Two helped to end the Great Depression.World War One and the resulting instability in Europe was a partial cause for the Great Depression.


World War One happened before the Great Depression, the end of WW1 was in 1918 and the start of the Great Depression was in 1929.


1944 when the USA joined the world war 2


1941 when world war 2 started


it ended when the U.S. joined world war two


World War II affected the great depression greatly. The army needed supplies which made more jobs in factories available and got the companies more money hence world war II helped end the great depression.


One main reason the Great Depression ended is because World War II came to an end. The Great Depression began in 1929.


We were in the end\middle of the great depression.



The Great Depression did not start a war. It ended when World War II started, but it started no war.


World War 2 is described as the good war because it helped end the Great Depression


Mobilization for World War II increased jobs which had a massive increase in production and created an economic boom that ended the Great Depression. :)


Franklin Roosevelt's policies deepened and extended the "Great Depression." It took World War 2 to get our economy going again and end the depression.


I presume you mean WW2 not 11, but i brought an end to the great depression


World War 2 ended the Great Depression.


The Second World War is what ended the Great Depression.


Yes it did. The Depression didn't end that soon, the Great Depression ended in 1941 which is also when the US got involved in the war. The economy was almost back to normal before that, but there was another large recession in 1937. Some people make the case that the Great Depression wasn't over until the war was over.


The great depression wasn't until 1929 and lasted years, closer to World War 2. World War I and the great depression weren't directly related to one another.


The great depression started in 1929. The end to the Great Depression came about in 1941 with America's entry into World War II. Suddenly there was work for every one if they weren't killing each other the were making the machines and ammunition to do it with.


The Great Depression ended in the late 30s. The Depression ended around when World War II began. Many believe WW2 helped end the Depression, since war materials and troops provided paying jobs to millions.


The war ended when USA dropped Nuclear Bombs in Japan.


It led to the Great Depression because the U.S. was in debt to other countries


The Great Depression occurred between the years of 1929 and the 1930s or 1940s. But for some countries it took almost until World War 2 to end.


WW2 got America out of the depression because it gave jobs to people building different things for the war effort.



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