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The Great Depression
Transcript of The Great Depression
Rise in Unemployment
Begging For Work
The Great Depression
The Stock Market Crash of 1929
Speculation that turned to Fear then Panic
The Effects of the Great Depression was felt hardest by the poor social class and Ethnic Minorities
"What circumstances conspired to cause the Dust Bowl? Economic depression coupled with extended drought, unusually high temperatures, poor agricultural practices and the resulting wind erosion all contributed to making the Dust Bowl" (Trimarchi, 2014).
What caused the dust bowl?
, How Stuff Works, 1-3. Taken From: http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/green-science/dust-bowl-cause1.htm
Hitler's Rise to Power
French Invasion of the Ruhr
Rise of Fascism
Rise of Josef Stalin
What is the cause of the Stock Market Crash of 1929?
1. How did the Great Depression impact the U.S.?
2. How did the Great Depression impact the rise of Totalitarianism in Europe?
How does this picture show irony?
Can we relate with this information in our lifetime? If so, how?
Why did people blame Pres. Hoover for the Great Depression?
Did the New Deal programs successfully get the U.S. out of the Great Depression?
What was the effect of the Dust Bowl on the U.S.?
What freedoms would you be willing to give up to have a full stomach and the promise of money?
1. What caused the Great Depression?
2. How did the Great Depression impact the U.S.?
The Rise of Totalitarianism
What are the affects of The Great Depression in Europe?
What major events allowed Hitler to come to power?
"In March 1919, Mussolini formed the Fascist Party, galvanizing the support of many unemployed war veterans. He organized them into armed squads known as Black Shirts, who terrorized their political opponents. In 1921, the Fascist Party was invited to join the coalition government.
By October 1922, Italy seemed to be slipping into political chaos. The Black Shirts marched on Rome and Mussolini presented himself as the only man capable of restoring order. King Victor Emmanuel invited Mussolini to form a government. Mussolini gradually dismantled the institutions of democratic government and in 1925 made himself dictator, taking the title 'Il Duce'. He set about attempting to re-establish Italy as a great European power" (BBC, 2014).
Benito Mussolini 1883-1945)
, 1. Taken From: http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/mussolini_benito.shtml
"A struggle for power developed between Stalin, the secretary of the Communist Party, and Trotsky, the brilliant Commissar for War. In a way, the struggle was about what the Soviet Union would become, for Trotsky believed in encouraging world revolution, whereas Stalin advocated Communism in one country' and said Russia had to establish its power before there was any attempt to spread revolution" (BBC, 2014).
"Stalin was a master of political trickery. He used his position as secretary to put his supporters on the Central Committee of the party. He even told Trotsky the wrong date for Lenin's funeral, so Trotsky turned up a day late. And so it was Stalin who became party leader in 1924. Trotsky was dismissed, then exiled and murdered in 1941" (BBC, 2014).
"Stalin did not stop with eliminating Trotsky.
In 1927, he removed the left-wing Communists old Bolsheviks such as Kamenev and Zinoviev who had opposed the NEP - from the Politburo.
Two years later, he claimed that the NEP was uncommunist, and got right-wing Communists such as Rykov and Tomsky thrown out of the Politburo" (BBC, 2014).
BBC, Stalin's takeover of power, 1-3. Taken From: http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/history/mwh/russia/stalinstakeoverofpowerrev1.shtml
Of the three dictators: Benito Mussolini, Josef Stalin, and Adolf Hitler, which one would you rather be ruler over you and why?
Imagine you are starving and you have no money...
Why wait for anything when you can have it now?
What is speculation?
The New Deal
Work Pays America
Civilian Conservation Corps
Social Security Administration
National Recovery Administration
Comfort from thinking the Government is doing something