The Great Depression: The History of the Industrialized World (Stories of Those With Depression and How They Helped Themselves) (Paperback)

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The Great Depression: The History of the Industrialized World (Stories of Those With Depression and How They Helped Themselves) (Paperback)

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The scale of the crisis demanded new ways of coping and new ideas about the role of government. The ideas that had dominated american thought about the relationship between the economy and government were now viewed to be outdated at best, dangerous at worst.

This captivating history book aims to give you a better understanding of a period that contains many tragic stories yet powerful lessons.

Discover a plethora of topics such as

  • Causes of the great depression
  • The depression and the hoover administration
  • The election of 1932 and the rise of franklin roosevelt
  • The depression and american culture
  • Setbacks and detractors
  • Last steps toward recovery-and war
  • And much more


As the story unfolds and people, at last, begin to emerge from the gloom of the depression, it portrays in subtle overtones the growing threat beyond our shores which inevitably erupted and lured our society along other roads. No other australian city suffered as much from the impact of world war ii as did brisbane. By the time the war ended the distinctive way of life, portrayed in this book, was gone forever leaving only memories of the depression days and nostalgia for the many blessings enjoyed by the people of the north.

Product Details ISBN: 9781777361143
ISBN-10: 1777361141
Publisher: Ernesto Brown
Publication Date: July 14th, 2023
Pages: 192
Language: English