3 edition of History in a time of crisis. found in the catalog.
History in a time of crisis.
C de B. Webb
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History, Time, and Economic Crisis in Central Greece explores how the inhabitants of a Greek town face the devastating consequences of the worst economic crisis in living memory.
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Lasting from untilit was the biggest economic crisis in U.S. history. Unemployment reached 25% in and remained at 19% in The Depression ended because of three things: the New Deal, the end of the drought that caused the Dust Bowl.
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