the great depression

the great depression
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  • 1929 New York Stock Exchange
  • Germany depended on USA
  • Germany
  • USA
  • Factories were closed 
  • closed
  • The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression sparked by the stock market crash of 1929 in the New York Stock Exchang During the 1920s, the U.S. stock market underwent rapid expansion, reaching its peak in August 1929, after a period of wild speculation.
  • Hitler became chancellor
  • USA loaned Germany money to stabalise the german economy.The economic situation in Germany briefly improved between 1924-1929. However, Germany in the 1920s remained politically and economically unstable. The Weimar democracy could not withstand the disastrous Great Depression of 1929.
  • Hitler making a deal with the politicians
  • SS Nazi Officer
  • Factories were closed and millions lost their jobs.Poverty, homelessness and even starvation were commonplace. By 1932, six million people of the working population were unemployed,
  • Hitler won and took control over the government
  • In January 1933, Hitler became Chancellor. They thought Hitler would be able to get them the support  they needed.
  • woo!!
  • Hitler
  • The politians made deals with Hitler by allowing him to rule in  a coalition government because they underestimated his abilities.
  • Hitler then won and had enough support and was able to take complete control over the government.
  • yay!!
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