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BC: Document 13 - Effect "Large numbers of the working-class population have 'gone over' from Social Democracy to Communism..." "Workers in Germany...are trained to the Marxian analysis of the capitalist system which they see being borne out by every successive phase of the world crisis." These two quotes show how the devastation in the economy has led many Germans to begin to change their political views to Communist.

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1: Document 1 - Cause 'The rise of the Dollar Sun" This cartoon depicts Europeans' dependence on the American economy. When the stock market crashed in the U.S. in 1929, the effects immediately affected Europe.

2: Document 3 - Cause and Effect Country 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 Austria 225,000 239,000 304,000 417,000 456,000 Belgium 28,000 42,000 207,000 350,000 383,000 Czech 50,000 88,000 340,000 634,000 878,000 France 9,000 14,000 72,000 347,000 356,000 Germany 2,484,000 3,041,000 4,744,000 6,034,000 5,599,000 Norway 24,000 23,000 29,000 38,000 42,000 Poland 177,000 289,000 373,000 360,000 280,000 Sweden 44,000 42,000 73,000 99,000 121,000 U.K. 1,204,000 1,694,000 2,666,000 2,660,000 2,821,000 Yugoslavia 12,000 10,000 12,000 23,000 23,000 This chart shows the astronomical unemployment rates duringthe late 1920s and early 1930s in many European countries. Because businesses were foreclosing or could not afford as many employees, many people lost their jobs. Because this caused poverty among families, unemployment is both an effect and a cause of the Depression. | Document 6 - Effect Sieman's Soup Kitchen The people standing in line are unemployed and as a result, they must stand in line to wait for a daily ration of food. | Document 6 - Effect Sieman's Soup Kitchen The people standing in line are unemployed and as a result, they must stand in line to wait for a daily ration of food. | Document 6 - Effect Sieman's Soup Kitchen The people standing in line are unemployed and as a result, they must stand in line to wait for a daily ration of food. | Document 6 - Effect Sieman's Soup Kitchen The people standing in line are unemployed and as a result, they must stand in line to wait for a daily ration of food.

3: Document 6 - Effect Sieman's Soup Kitchen The people standing in line are unemployed and as a result, they must stand in line to wait for a daily ration of food. | Document 6 - Effect Sieman's Soup Kitchen The people standing in line are unemployed and as a result, they must stand in line to wait for a daily ration of food.

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