GCSE History

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GCSE History
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how why was Hitler able become chancellor January 1933
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revision - the impact of the wall street crash
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  1. in 1929 America's economy was devestated when the prices of shares sold on the New York stock exchange dropped suddenly in october 1929 . this was the wall street crash . thousands of companies went out of buisness . millions of people were out of work . although all these events took place on the other side of the atlantic , they
    affected germany badly
  2. in 1929 America's economy was devestated when the prices of shares sold on the New York stock exchange dropped suddenly in october 1929 . this was the wall street crash . thousands of companies went out of buisness . millions of people were out of work . although all these events took place on the other side of the atlantic , they affected germany badly because the german economy was dependant on :
    loans from the USA . this was called the monetary cycle . However after the wall street crash , America needed this money back , to help their own economy , so American banks demanded that Germany repay the loans they had been given since 1924 . the USA also stopped giving new loans
  3. in 1929 America's economy was devestated when the prices of shares sold on the New York stock exchange dropped suddenly in october 1929 . this was the wall street crash . thousands of companies went out of buisness . millions of people were out of work . although all these events took place on the other side of the atlantic , they affected germany badly because many German companies which had borrowed money went :
    bankrupt. as these bankrupt companies closed down , workers lost their jobs
  4. the number of registered unemployment rose to more than ...... million by early 1932 . there were also ...... million jobless people who could not or did not register as unemployed , so the actual number of unemployed Germans was between ........ million . including their families , who depended on their earnings , about ...... million people were directly affected by unemployment
    • 6
    • 1-3
    • 7 and 9
    • 23
  5. in 1928 there were ........ million unemployed
    2
  6. by 1929 there were ..... million unemployed
    2.5
  7. by 1930 there were ...... million unemployed
    3
  8. by 1931 there were ........ million unemployed
    5
  9. by 1932 there were ....... million unemployed
    6
  10. in 1929 America's economy was devestated when the prices of shares sold on the New York stock exchange dropped suddenly in october 1929 . this was the wall street crash . thousands of companies went out of buisness . millions of people were out of work . although all these events took place on the other side of the atlantic , they affected germany badly because after losing their jobs , German workers were paid unemployment benifit by the government for
    26 weeks . after that they had to live on "crisis payments" from the government . Many of the jobless could not afford to pay rent so became homeless and became dependant on charity food to avoid starvations
  11. in 1929 America's economy was devestated when the prices of shares sold on the New York stock exchange dropped suddenly in october 1929 . this was the weall street crash . thousands of companies went out of buisness . millions of people were out of work . although all these events took place on the other side of the atlantic , they affected germany badly because the depression affected even those who were :
    in work apart from the dread of losing their jobs , millions of german workers had to put up with low wages , short term working conditions and worsening conditions of work

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