The Great Depression Essay

1595 Words Feb 29th, 2016 7 Pages
The pain in my stomach is unbearable. I hope the kids don’t have the same feeling. We have hardly any food. I have to find a job soon, if there are even any left. I hope the garden grows. I have heard rumors of war. I hope we don 't go to war. For haven 't we had enough death already? After world war I the treaty of versaille was created. Germany was thrown into chaos. The world was thrown out of balance and in 1930’s the Great depression was started. Hitler rose to action to take matters into his own hands. What was the true causes of world war two though? Is it Adolf Hitler or the great depression. Could it possibly be the Treaty of versaille? We are here to answer all of those questions.

The start of the great depression sets the wheels in place for another catastrophic war.The Great Depression was not only setting the path for another world war and massive economic failure. The Depression was paving a golden path of glory to Adolf Hitler to have him raise out of the ashes of his sorry worthless life and the Nazi Party.According to historyplace.com “When the stock market collapsed on Wall Street on Tuesday, October 29, 1929, it sent financial markets worldwide into a tailspin with disastrous effects. As production levels fell, German workers were laid off. Savings accounts, the result of years of hard work, were instantly wiped out. Inflation soon followed making it hard for families to purchase expensive necessities with devalued money.Overnight, the middle class…

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