How did the World Depression Help The Nazis?

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Wall Street Crash 1929

The recovery of the German economy was fragile and it depended heavily on American money (don't forget that the Americans had loaned Germany money to help them pay repatriations as part of the Dawes deal in 1924)

In 1929, disaster struck with the Wall Street Crash when the US economy collapsed. It led to a economic depression that affected the world.

Germany was hit the hardest. The US called…


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