Which of the following is NOT true of the Great Depression
HiST106-D1 Modern World SP23
Q1. Which of the following is NOT true of the Great Depression?
It involved the crash of the American stock marker
Americans were hardly affected by the Great Depression as unemployment rates stayed below 10%
It affected economies throughout the world, but issues were confronted more on a national level than a global one
It was not solely an American problem, and it affected the economy on a global scale
Qn2. On what date did the New York stock market crash? (October 29, 1929)
Qn3. Who was one of Hitler’s first allies? Benito Mussolini
Qn4. Which of the following is another term that is often used for the Great Depression?
The Great Disaster, The Meltdown, The World Slump, the Big Panic
Qn5. The first two years of Hitler’s dictatorship were spent bringing every aspect of life in Germany under control of the Nazi party. This process was known as what? _ The Gleichschaltung
Qn6. In what way did the Great Depression make possible the Nazi “seizure of power” in 1933?
By allowing the Nazis to get a foothold in new German colonies in Africa
By discrediting liberalism
All of the money in American banks was sent to Germany, where they used it to fund Nazi propaganda
The German people felt bad for Hitler, so they gave him the power they thought he deserved
Qn7. Which of the following was considered a hidden weakness in the postwar European economy? (Its dependent on American finances)
Qn8. Which of the following was NOT done in Germany by 1933? (All churches were abolished)
Qn9. Deflation involves balancing government _ and reducing the cost of
Qn10. Which of the following phrases has been termed to refer to the prosperous nature of the 1920s?