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Stock Market Crash
World War II
In 1929, a decline in trading lead to a decrease in economic activity. The Stock Market Crash occurred on October 9, 1929 which later lead to the Great Depression.
There was less buying and spending and higher unemployment. Crop prices dropped about 60% and unemployment was 25%.
Adolf Hitler, the leader of The Nazi Party, took over Germany and later helped put an end to the Great Depression with military spending, the same as the U.S.
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