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  • {{r|Great Depression in the United Kingdom}} {{r|Great Depression in Germany}}
    943 B (128 words) - 20:29, 6 July 2012
  • * Ahamed, Liaquat: ''Lords of Finance: 1929, ''The Great Depression and the Bakers Who Broke the World'', William Heineman, 2009. * Bernanke, Ben S "Essays on The Great Depression" Princeton University Press, 200.
    4 KB (538 words) - 20:24, 9 May 2009
  • ...at Depression in the United Kingdom|the United Kingdom]]''' and '''[[Showa Depression (Japan)|Japan]]'''. The '''Great Depression''' was the longest and deepest downturn in economic activity in modern h
    16 KB (2,496 words) - 11:44, 11 October 2013
  • The social, political, and economic consequences of the Great Depression in Germany.
    120 B (15 words) - 18:14, 11 December 2009
  • '''<big>The Economics of the Depression - causes and remedies</big>''' For definitions of the terms shown in ''italics'' see [[Great Depression/Related Articles|the glossary on the Related Articles subpage]].
    52 KB (8,209 words) - 05:46, 22 April 2014
  • {{r|Great Depression}}
    78 B (9 words) - 00:01, 26 February 2009
  • The '''Great Depression in the United States''' of America was part of an international econom ...of that international disaster are discussed in the article on the [[Great Depression]].
    20 KB (3,074 words) - 11:19, 22 October 2013
  • ...iationalist]] policies were unable to reverse the decline into the [[Great Depression]]. He began massive subsidies of business and make-work programs, but n ...realized that he was in a unique position to collect information about the Great War and its aftermath. In 1919, he pledged US$50,000 to Stanford University
    40 KB (5,975 words) - 01:54, 18 November 2011
  • ...ay of referring to what is more formally defined as "The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland". That usage does not imply the exclusion of N ...he Celtic rulers defend against raids by [[Picts]] and [[Scots]], although Germanic mercenaries of various kinds had been employed by the Romans for centuries
    71 KB (11,138 words) - 13:40, 28 June 2020
  • ...igure from the 1920s through the 1940s, leading Canada through prosperity, depression and war. His surname was "King" but he was usually styled "Mackenzie K Mackenzie King lacked the typical personal attributes of great leaders, especially in comparison with [[Franklin D. Roosevelt]] of the U.S
    19 KB (2,959 words) - 12:14, 18 October 2013
  • ...river traffic faster and cheaper, but development of railroads had an even greater effect, opening up vast stretches of new territory for development.<ref>S The devastation of the South was great and poverty ensued. During [[Reconstruction]] railroad construction was hea
    41 KB (6,101 words) - 13:12, 11 October 2013
  • ...ited States#Social Consequences (1930-36)|social consequences of the Great Depression ]] in the United States included acute malnutrition and homelessness. N ...tp://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/GreatDepression.html Gene Smiley: ''Great Depression'', Library of Economics and Liberty]</ref>. Numerical estimates of 19th
    15 KB (2,179 words) - 21:19, 30 August 2010
  • ...|Great Depression]]. The failure of the Republicans to deal with the Great Depression caused a realignment that produced the [[Fifth Party System]], which was ...t Hoover]] became the last president of the Fourth Party System. The Great Depression spoiled the nation's optimism and ruined Republican chances. In long-ter
    19 KB (2,672 words) - 01:45, 24 June 2010
  • When the [[Great Depression]] hit, New York State Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt called on Hopkins t ...oncerned with rural areas but more and more focused on cities in the great depression. Critics charged that his WPA, with 2 million men employed, who voted 90
    10 KB (1,466 words) - 12:40, 1 December 2007
  • ...e been an important factor in the international development of the [[Great Depression]]. ...ancroft (ed) "The Gold Standard in the United States" (excerpt from ''The Great Republic by Master Historians'')]</ref>(effectively setting the $/£ exchan
    9 KB (1,473 words) - 08:38, 26 January 2010
  • {{r|Great Depression in Germany}}
    695 B (98 words) - 22:36, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|Great Depression in Germany}}
    833 B (114 words) - 22:26, 11 January 2010
  • ====Germania==== ...movement in the city, with stregth especially in brewing and cosntruction. Germania developed a wide range of ethnic organizations and institutions. There wer
    72 KB (10,649 words) - 06:15, 15 September 2013
  • ...e rangers were famous for their ability as horsemen and their courage when greatly outnumbered. Hispanics portray them as brutal and intolerant. ...of the gigantic [[Southern Pacific]] railway system, the International and Great Northern Railway spanned the state from northeast to southwest, and the Tex
    43 KB (6,647 words) - 03:45, 21 September 2013
  • ...and subsequently modified by the [[Young Plan]] as a result of the [[Great Depression]]. The Dawes Plan kept the system of international capitalism afloat fo ...tariff which made repayment almost impossible during the pit of the Great Depression. Britain, France, and nearly every other nation that owed the U.S. debt
    3 KB (415 words) - 11:55, 5 December 2011

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