German Great Depression

by MarizzaWho
Last updated 7 years ago

Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
World War I-II

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German Great Depression

The German economy was centered on foriegn trade, so when other countries suffered their own economic troubles, Germany suffered as well.

German Great Depression

German expots dried up, their production levels fell and many jobs were lost. The inflation that resulted only worsened the German people's situation.

As the economic state worsened, the Nazi Party grew. They attempted to overthrow the democracy of Germany, but failed. However, their member, Adolf Hitler, became a national hero because of his imprisonment.

When an election was called for to try to save the legislature, the Nazi party jumped into action. Adolf Hitler became the new leader of Germany.


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