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    What are the major consequences of Wall Street Crash 1929? The last century witnessed a tragedy in global stock markets, initiated by the notorious Wall Street Crash 1929. This caused a big slump in the market values of shares across the world. This triggered off the Great Depression, and many other consequences. According to Frederick Lewis Allen’s Only Yesterday (1931), “The rich man's chauffeur drove with his ears laid back to catch the news of an impending move in Bethlehem Steel; he held 50 shares himself. The window-cleaner at the banker's office paused to watch the ticker, for he was thinking of converting his savings into a few shares of Simmons ... a broker's valet who made nearly a quarter of a million on the market, a trained…

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    In this essay, I will be examining the significance of the Wall Street Crash (WSC) by exploring its impact in socio-economic and political impacts on Germany up to 1934. This will include exploring its significance in terms of unemployment political crises, the rise of Nazis as the largest party and ultimately both the enabling act and the early stages of Gleichschaltung, up to the NOTLK and the death of Hindenburg as well as the Army oath and how this affected the German people. I will also…

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    stock market crash of 1929 the contributed to the Great Depression of 1930 which cause economy to be poor. Introduction: In 1929 the the stock market crashed badly due to a market that was overbought, overvalued, and excessively bullish, rising even as economic conditions were not supporting the advance. By November the stock market lost a third of its september value The market crash basically started the great depression. II. More than third of the the nation’s banks failed in the three…

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    The Great Depressions was one of the worst economic downfalls in US history. The great depression all started from 1929 and lasted till 1939. Due to the economic meltdown it had affected Western economies but not only did affect the US it also affected other nations. It started in the US which experienced the worst end of the Great Depression. Although, many people believe that it began years earlier in Europe and that the US felt that they were immune to such a dramatic fall in the economy.…

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    The background of the Great Depression change the way families live during that time. The Great Depression started when the Stock Market crashed in October 24, 1929. This day is known as Black Tuesday. According to the book The Great Depression An Eyewitness History “By the end of the [Black Tuesday] over 16.4 million shares had changed hands, and the times average had fallen another 43 periods” (49). The Wall Street Crash of 1929 was intentionally plan to allow investors to borrow money to buy…

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    Candles are best when burning the brightest, but ultimately melt quicker until it is burnt out, like the 1920’s American economy. After a flourishing era of the 20’s, the Crash of 1929 created devastation within the already fragile financial system until the effects of the dwindling economy instigated the Great Depression. Due to the disillusioned impact of World War I on U.S. economy, the Stock Market’s Black Tuesday brought many Americans during the 1920’s years of worldwide economic and…

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    Great Depression and The Stock Market Crash The Great Depression peaked in 1932. It got so bad, that over 6,000 people walked the streets in New York City trying to sell apples for 5 cents each. When the stock market crashed in 1929, it took until 1954 for the stock market to return to pre-depression. The average income of the American family dropped by 40 percent from 1929 to 1932. Income fell from $2,300 to $1,500 per year. The Great Depression and The Stock Market Crash was an iconic and a…

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    worst. Many unsuspecting victims went about their normal day unaware of the tragedy about to befall them on that fateful October morning. On October 29, 1929, the continually expanding bubble that was the stock market finally burst. People watched in awe as the stock market came crashing down in smoldering ruins as they hustled to trade in their stock for whatever money was offered for them. Whatever stock was sold only pulled a fraction of the value that was paid by the individual. No matter…

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    The great depression set the stage for the hardest time for Americans would have to go through in its history. “In the aftermath of Black Tuesday, America and the rest of the industrialized world spiraled downward into the Great Depression (1929-39), the deepest and longest-lasting economic downturn in the history of the Western industrialized world up to that time” (Stock Market Crash of 1929). The economy went into a complete free fall no one had money left besides some rich people everyone…

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    of groundbreaking decline in economic activity in the United States that lasted from 1929 to 1939. This impacted the lives of millions of Americans ranging from wealthy business owners to families living in poverty. Not only was this depression an economic catastrophe, but it was a social and political catastrophe as well. Over the course of these few years, consumer spending and investment dropped significantly which in turn caused steep declines in industrial output and increased levels of…

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