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Kenny rideout, Sara Fulkerson, Kelsey Curtis, and drebin

Hitler youth

Rise of Hitler

Great depression

Depression and famine

The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression in the decade preceding World War II. The timing of Great Depression varies across nations, but in most countries it started in 1930 and it lasted until middle 1940’s. It was the longest, most widespread, and deepest depression of the 20th century. The Great Depression had major effects in the countries rich and poor. Profits and prices dropped while, international trade plunged more than 50 percent. Unemployment in the U.S rose to 25 percent and in some countries rose as high as 33 percent. Cities all around the world was hit hard, especially those dependent on heavy industry. Farming and rural areas suffered as crop prices fell by approximately 60 percent. Facing plummeting demand with few alternate sources of jobs, areas dependent on primary sector industries such as cash cropping, mining, and logging suffered the most. Some economies started to recover by the mid- 1930’s. In many countries, the negative effects on the Great Depression lasted until the end of World War II.

Great depression

Rise of Hitler Hitler’s school career ended in a failure but his father’s death had put pressure on him to get a job. But his failure to get into art school leads him to do other things, he was in the army, he started a concentration camp which is what caused the holocaust. Hitler hated Jews

he thought that all Jews needed to go into a concentration camp. A concentration camp is where Hitler controlled people he thought everybody needed to be treated a certain way he killed people every day and he thought it was ok. Hitler hated Jews more thuld sepa-

rate the boys to the girls and all the ages and he done experiments on them. Hitler was a terrible person but everybody thought he was doing what was right. People tried escaping but they couldn’t they got caught every time.

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Page 2 Hitler a genius at work! Announced today the The boys had to learn Nazi’s establish a youth marching, grenade throwmovement in the purpose ing, bayonet drills trench of attracting young men to digging, map reading and become members of the gas defense. storm troopers. They will be run by Kurt Gruber and "The weak must be chiseled away. I want young overseen by balder von Shirach. men and women who This was not just for can suffer pain. A young the boys, girls were also German must be as swift involved. Girls had to be as a greyhound, as able to run 60 meters in 14 tough as leather and as seconds, be able to make hard as Krupp's a bed, throw a ball 12 mesteel." (Adolf Hitler) ters, complete a 2 hour AS the age of the memmarch, and swim a mile. bers increases so does the

intensity of the training and by the time they were 18 school is no longer important and they will join the army because that’s all they know . that’s where the genius is Hitler knows exactly what he is doing to these kids. .

Inside Story Headline The Great Depression was a very challenging time for the Americans and their families. The effects of the depression both, during and after, had a huge impact on the structures, finances, and the employment of American families. Families changed a lot when the depression hit, the fathers of the families had to be the head of the family and provide for everyone in the house. Because there were

fewer jobs these roles changed. Now men were the ones staying home and keeping up with the house and the kids, this work is considered woman’s work. Many of the men were out searching for jobs that did not even exist! Only few were able to bring home a paycheck. The men started feeling anxiety and worthlessness when they couldn’t provide financially for their families. At this time

is when the fathers started stealing food from people so their children wouldn’t go hungry. Fathers were just doing what they had to do so himself, and his family could survive. Usually the women would be at home doing house work, but they were forced to go out and get jobs outside of the home to provide for the family. Some men and women even ditched there family so they would only have themselves

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