Great depression

The Great Depression

  • Women Speed Record

    Women Speed Record
    LinkThis is when Amelia Earhart went back to Los Angeles to set a speed record because she had learned that fame requires multiply public activity to keep your name in the paper. (Her speed limit was approximately 184.17mph)
  • London Naval Accored

    London Naval Accored
    LinkThis is when the United Kingdom, Empire of Japan, France, Italy, and the United States all sigh and agreement that they will all stop the submarine warfare and limited naval shipbuilding. There ratifications and there Treaty went in to effect the same day.(London October 19, 1930)
  • Nazi win 107 seats in Parliament

    Nazi win 107 seats in Parliament
    LinkOn September 14, 1930 Hitler was on the way to the top he was a very powerful figure to the German's. He had won 6,371,000 hard-won votes. Which was 18 % of the total. The law said that by law he owned 107 seats in the Reichstag. The Reichstag is building is a historical edifice in Berlin, Germany. Its was said that he was something of a celebrity! His books that he wrote was selling ten-thousands of copies. Germany's General staff was also supporting Hitler. during this time period he had lost
  • Over 2,000 Banks Have Suspended Operations

    Over 2,000 Banks Have Suspended Operations
    Link In October, New York Federal Reserve Bank's discount rose from 1.5% to 3.5%. In December, New York Bank of the United States had collapsed, Leaving approximately 2,293 banks having suspended operations.
  • Japanese Attack Manuchuria

    Japanese Attack Manuchuria
    LinkThis is when the Japanese launched an attack on the Manuchuria and within a few days they made several strategic points in the south.
  • Corporation Created

    Corporation Created
    LinkThe Reconstruction Fiance Corporation was created during the Hoover administration with the opportunity of providing liquidity to and regenerate confidence in the banking system.
  • Roosevelt’s Emergency Banking Act

    Roosevelt’s Emergency Banking Act
    LinkThis act was passed that allowed banks to reopen as soon as they are financially secure. About five thousand banks reopened within three days.
  • The National Labor Relations Act

    The National Labor Relations Act
    LinkThis act, also known as the Wagner Act, was passed by the Congress that allowed workers to organize and form unions. This act also penalizes unfair labor practices for employers, and guarantee democratic union elections. This law had applied to all employers in the interstate commerce other than airlines, railroads, agriculture, and the government.
  • Nazi Olympics in Berlin

    Nazi Olympics in Berlin
    LinkThe Olympics started with an opening ceremony held by Adolf Hitler. Then 49 nations compete in 129 different events and 19 sports during the two-week event. Then the Olympics ended with a closing ceremony. It was the first time several sports, like basketball, canoeing and team handball made the Olympics.
  • New York Stock Exchange

    New York Stock Exchange
    LinkNew York Stock Exchange unveils a 15-point program aimed to upgrade protection for the investing public
    The New York exchange was a leading marketplace for securities. The exchange began as an informal meeting of 24 men in 1782 what is now called Wall Street in New York City. 11:30.