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The Great Depression Timeline
Updated: 2/20/2020
The Great Depression Timeline
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  • October 24, 1929-October 29, 1929
  • Bank
  • July 2, 1932
  • The New Deal: to show what I have to offer to help the United Sates.
  • July 28, 1932
  • We want cash redemption!!!!
  • This was known as the Wall Street Crash of 1929. This occurred when there was a decrease in stock market valves and caused billions of dollars to be lost. This caused bank failures and businesses to be closed. This was the biggest stock market crash in the history of America. October 29th is now known as Black Tuesday.
  • Novemebr 8, 1932
  • The presidential candidate, Franklin Roosevelt made his New Deal speech. He stated,“I pledge you, I pledge myself, to a new deal for the American people.” This encouraged the people and made them more attracted to his goals for president.
  • April 14, 1935
  • The U.S. attorney general, William Mitchell, ordered over 10,000 World War I veterans and their families to come to Washington. The veterans were known as the “Bonus Army". They came to Washington, DC to demand early cash redemption. After people were given this order, they resisted the D.C. police. Soon after shots were fired and two veterans were wounded and later died.
  • The Year of 1941
  • WWll has beganGreat Depression is finally over
  • This was when Franklin Roosevelt was elected President. This was 3 years after the Great Depression began.
  • I am FDR and was just elected the President!
  • On Sunday April 14th of 1935, a mountain of blackness swept across the high plains and instantly turned a normal day into horrible darkness, that was darker than the darkest night. This became known as Black Sunday. Later this time period of the storm became known as the Dust Bowl.
  • After
  • Before
  • The end to the Great Depression came about in 1941 with America entering World War II. America was allies with Britain, France and the Soviet Union. They were against Germany, Italy, and Japan.
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