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” LIFE IN THE THIRTIES ” 1930s DOCUMENTARY FILM GREAT DEPRESSION, NEW DEAL, DUST BOWL, FDR 91964



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## The Great Depression: Causes and Effects

The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression that lasted from 1929 to 1939. It was the longest, deepest, and most widespread depression of the 20th century. The Great Depression had devastating effects in the United States and other nations around the world.

The Great Depression began in the United States after the stock market crash of October 29, 1929, known as Black Tuesday. The Great Depression had many causes, including the stock market speculation, an unstable banking system, and a lack of consumer spending.

The Great Depression had many effects, including high unemployment rates, homelessness, and poverty. The Great Depression also led to the rise of new political movements, such as fascism and communism.

The Great Depression was a time of great hardship for millions of people. However, it also led to many positive changes, such as the introduction of social welfare programs and the regulation of the banking industry.

The Great Depression was a time of great hardship for millions of people. However, it also led to many positive changes, such as the introduction of social welfare programs and the regulation of the banking industry.

The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression that lasted from 1929 to 1939. It was the longest, deepest, and most widespread depression of the 20th century. The Great Depression had devastating effects in the United States and other nations around the world.

The Great Depression began in the United States after the stock market crash of October 29, 1929, known as Black Tuesday. The Great Depression had many causes, including the stock market speculation, an unstable banking system, and a lack of consumer spending.

The Great Depression had many effects, including high unemployment rates, homelessness, and poverty. The Great Depression also led to the rise of new political movements, such as fascism and communism.

The Great Depression was a time of great hardship for millions of people. However, it also led to many positive changes, such as the introduction of social welfare programs and the regulation of the banking industry.

## The Great Depression: Causes and Effects

The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression that lasted



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  • I could tell so many stories from my family about the Depression that I could write a book. Mom talked about the Dust Bowl. We're all from MN, and even here she told how the red clouds of dust would blow in from the south. They'd watch for them so they could close all the windows. If there was wash on the line, they'd hustle to bring it in before the dust hit. My father, after graduating in 35, joined the National Guard. One of their jobs was to comb the back alleys and the like in the Twin Cities to remove homeless people that had died from starvation, exposure, and lack of care. At 17. That's just how it was for people. Many died young due to lack of medical knowledge, disease, hunger – if you lived on a farm you fared better. Everything from scratch – geese for feathers for your bed, sheep- spinning weaving, sewing most of your clothes, making quilts, pumping water, barn raisings, building your own home, carriages and sleighs, kerosene lamps, sawing and chopping wood by hand for fuel, growing your own food, preserving it, preventing botulism, orchards, hunting, foraging. My mom's family had their own electric generator. Her mother died when she was 13, leaving her with the raising of sisters and brothers. My dad's father died when he was 3. Fortunately his mother had a career as a teacher. In HS he rigged the wind driven cattle trough water pump to a battery so he could have a light bulb to study physics and chemistry. He went on to become one of the best B29 pilots in WWII, test piloting the B29 – and instructing. He specialized in night bombing and photo reconnaissance. I could and should write that book. Hats off to the Greatest Generation.

  • Lot of ignorant business intent and economic comments here….none point out that Debt made all dependant upon it in any way far more vulnerable when the economy quickly contracted. Today's Debt FAR exceeds the 1930s problems , while USA has few of it's former relative advantages.

  • I'm pretty sure that propaganda won't work this time around.

  • FDR saved America and, in the process, became the greatest POTUS in history. Yes, Lincoln was, without a shadow of a doubt, a remarkably great POTUS who also saved America, but FDR saw us through the worst economic depression in our history AND a global cataclysm without precedent. Many of his extraordinary accomplishments live to this day, making him IMMORTAL. And presently, there's a cult with a freakish orange psychopath 'leader' trying to undo this country. WE CAN'T ALLOW THAT TO HAPPEN. Thank you for the great video! 🙂

  • And now we have Biden crushing the economy. Doesn't take long for history to repeat itself.

  • Read Susan wittig Albert’s “ Darling Dalhias” series Interesting angle

  • I was born in 1939. My family went thru the depression. Thank goodness for gardens with fresh vegetables , beans, potato’s and corn bread. We managed and I grew up going to school, Sunday school, Bible school in the summer. My grandmother sewed most of my cloths. We made it thru.

  • They had had the time of their lives, too bad the future generations think it to be of no interest, because those who know not the past, is doomed to repeat it. 4/ 22 / 2024.

  • I love propaganda flicks! The actors, staged bread lines, revelations and barnyard speeches are wonderful!!

  • My Father was born in 1912. He grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. He told me that when he wore holes in the soles of his shoes, he would insert cardboard in them. Dr. Scholls couldn't powder my Ol' Man's loafers!

  • My parents were teens in the Great Depression. They truly were part of the Greatest Generation!

  • Grandma said that people sometimes would knock on the door and her mom would give them what they could to eat. I heard a story about my grandpa catching a pigeon and trying prepare it to eat when he was like 4 or 5 and it horrifying the family. no food must have been wild. I've never been truly hungry to the point i was worried in all my life.

  • The difference from then to now is the absolute division in this country
    United We Stand Divided We Fall .. 😢
    I hope we can redeem this country but with open borders the future looks bleak unless Trump gets in and cleans up the mess Biden admin has destroyed. I was never a Trumper but at this point he’s the only one that gaf about America and the citizens

    Imagine voting for Biden <> the indoctrinated useless idiots

  • "Demagogues win a growing following by scoffing at democracy and playing on racial prejudice. They woo the frustrated and bewildered with slogans and panaceas. Thousands of Americans, fearful of the expanding threat of communism from the radical left, turn in their anxiety to the extreme right". Nothing has changed, it seems.

  • The govt paid farmers not to plant when people were going hungry….wow

  • FDR screwed this country so bad that even today's generation hasn't figured out how yet. The Federal Reserve Act created the depression. Private bankers continue to imprison you to this day.

  • The Periscope timer bar really needs to go. It's too distractive.

  • Central bank more dangerous than a standing army. We will not allow a central bank(founding fathers )

  • This documentary shows me in plain view; something I never realized. We have never really been a truly free country. When a protest is met with such a degree of governmental violence; you don't have a free country. If it's not always free; it's not free at all.

  • Interesting. My and my wife's folks lived through this era and it effected them for the rest of their lives. FDR's comment about that generation's date with history was right, it was WWII.

  • Do you have to look at anything more than paying farmers not to farm? The ridiclousness of big government began, and so we are near the unhappy ending.

  • The start of the mess we have in 2024. I believe we would have been fine without big government.

  • So tell me, what have we changed since this was filmed?

  • We could go thru it tomorrow just by warning everybody their money is not available to them due to fractional reserve banking. 😮

  • This is nothing compared to what is going to happen this time. People werent as evil back then like they are now..😢

  • My grandparents had a farm and my mom told me they always had food on their table.

  • Back when poor people knew how to act like people and not monkeys. What has happened? Why do so many people act like idiots today?

  • Hoover was correct because FDR's programs caused another recession in 1937. the ONLY thing that killed the depression was WWII. Actually it was the Federal Reserve that caused the depression, not the private sector. Unfortunately, Social Security was one of the biggest scams foisted on the American public. When it was passed the actuarial tables showed that people lived to be 65 at the most. The Feds counted on the fact that they would NEVER have to fork out vast sums of money. They're all just greedy.

  • I remember FDR drivin through the Green (park) in New Haven. Ct in 1936, crowds cheerin wildly on each side of the street. Looks like the same car in this video. My dad worked in the WPA and took me to work one day to assure me they didn't "lean on their shovels" I'm 95, now.

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