the timeline of 1930 - 1939

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  • 1930

    After the optimisation of the 1920s, the US economy crashed, caused the great depression. The effects were felt all around the world. In 1933, president Franklin D Roosevelt introduced his new deal to help the US economy recover.
  • 1930

    More than 3,000,000 people were jobless in the US, president Hoover believed that success would return.
  • 1930

    To collect salt thousands of Indians followed Gandhi to the sea coast, a distance of some 240 miles. nearly 60,000 people, including Gandhi himself.
    -the salt march
  • 1931

    As the depression spread around the world, many banks collapsed, taking the life savings of 1,000 of people
  • 1931

    The 319m (1,040 ft) tall building was built in NYC, USA.
  • 1932

    Franklin D Roosevelt was voted as president in a triumph victory. He was responsible for solving the country's economic problems.
  • 1932

    Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany, promising to solve the problems of the depresion with his extremist politics.
  • 1933

    Franklin D Roosevelt launched the - NEW DEAL - for America, a position of policies designed to bring US out of economic gloom.
  • 1933

    President Franklin D Roosevelt began his fireside chats, weekly radio broadcast to the nation.
  • 1935

    In germany, Adolf Hitler became fuhrer (leader) . He persuaded Jews across Europe and his ambitions led to the outbreak of WWII.
  • 1935

    The -DUST BOWL - forced the migration of thousands of farmers in the US Midwest. The Great Depression depended.
  • fashion 1930 - 1939

    fashion 1930 - 1939
  • 1936

    Franklin D Roosevelt introduced the second NEW DEAL including pensions and schemes for sickness benefit and unemployed benefits.
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    1936 - 1939

    spanish civil war
  • 1938

    On Oct. 30, 1938, future actor and filmmaker Orson Welles narrated the show's prologue for an audience believed to be in the millions. "War of the Worlds" was the Halloween episode for the radio drama series "The Mercury Theatre on the Air."
    "Ladies and gentlemen, we interrupt our program of dance music to bring you a special bulletin," the broadcast began. "Martians have landed in New Jersey!"