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S: Great Depression

1: on the left read what the girls says.

2: Wall Street crashes on October 1929. | The picture show USA's | The Great Depression

3: 6 people living in poverty. | USMC | Homeless people making food outside

4: Can't buy a car yet. | People from the Great Depression. walking home not driving home.

5: Most people strike or pray to have a job or to live. On the right a Small house. | On left people take trains home. on the right Lineup outside the state employment service office.

6: Bank | A kid fixing a wheel

10: Countries that were dependent on the export of Primary products, such as those suffering a depression in the late 1920s

11: ww1 tank | Rex Store For the people of color | ww1 plane | guy making tea. | Home in the dust

12: The Great Depression Started around 1929 and lasted until the late 1930s or early 1940s. It was the longest most widespread and deepest depression of the 20th century, and is used in the 21 century as an example of how far the world's economy can decline. The depression originated in the United States, starting with the stock market crash of October 29, 1929, which known as Black Tuesday. But the disaster spread quickly to almost every country in the world.

14: Life during the Great Depression. While the Depression started around the 1920s, the entire nation suffered most dramatically during the period 1929-1933.

15: Unemployment rose from 5 million in 1930 to an almost unbelievable 13 million by the end of 1932. It would be rural Americans that would suffer the greatest. Many unemployed fathers saw their children hired for sub standard wages. In 1930, 2.25 million boys and girls ages 10 to 18 worked in factories, canneries, mines, and on farms. Children left school to support their families.

16: The Great Depression had some of these Army teams to help with World war 1 and the Great Depression. The flags that were in the Depression are at the end. more then 70 picture from the Great Depression. So enjoy the rest and hope you like it.

17: Yabucoa, Puerto Rico | Yabucoa, Puerto Rico. Strikers near the sugar mill. Jan 1942. Photographer: Jack Delano.

18: First Picture Destitute Family, Great Depression. Destitute Family returning to Saskatoon From the north during the Great Depression (Courtesy Glenbow Archives. Second Picture Depression Soup Kitchen Unemployment victims during the Depression resorted to the soup Kitchen like this one in Montreal in 1931, operated by voluntary and church organization. After a meal, most people returned to the alleyways, Parks, or flop house for the night. Third Picture Great Depression Farms in the west such as this one were devastated not only by erosion but also by droughts and plagues of insects (courtesy Saskatchewan Archives Board/Saskatchewan Wheat pool Collection). Fourth picture Dust Bowl The prairie dry belt was unwisely opened for homesteading and was stuck by successive drought in the 1920s that contributed to hardships during the Depression

19: Frist picture | Second Picture | Third Picture | Fourth one

20: Oklahoma Sharecropper Stalled on California Highway. Location: Indio, CA Date: Feb, 1937 Agency: FSA Credits: Dorothea Lange (photographer) Owner: FDRL Medium: B&W photo Control Number: Photographs (General): FSA: Migrants: Squatters: "oakies".

21: The country's that were affected were France, Germany, Australia, USA, and the U.K.

25: Buried machinery in barn lot; South Dakota May 1936. The Dust Bowl on the Great Plains coincided with The Great Depression.

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