Hoover plan was to beat poverty; but, he caused more people become poverty-stricken. He became very unpopular amongst the people in the United States. Unsuccessfully, his plan did not work for the betterment of the American people. The Great Depression Causes The causes of the great the Great Depression were over expansion, speculation, bankruptcy and a pattern that has repeated itself through out the United States history. In a five time span Americans salary did not equal to their contributing.
Therefore he took over at a time when Germany looked economically weak, bitter and still blaming America and Europe for their financial problems. The reparations system had faltered due to the Wall Street Crash and America could no longer provide the loans. Hitler knew he was under a lot of pressure to make successful changes within Germany, although he also knew German people were in a vulnerable position and in search of an answer to their problems; to gain support Hitler had to tell them what they wanted to hear. From they changes to the economy Hitler decided to make there were several segments of German people that benefited or lost out. In some cases different areas would benefit as well as lose out from Hitler’s seize of power on the economical front.
suicide rose as a result of debts and the pressures being put on people who couldnt handle it. ill health rose as a result of poor hygene and living conditions. Elderly people were robbed of pensions and svaings and so had nothing to live for anymore. Women before the depression had begun getting involved in the stock market. so during the depression they lost money like the men did.
 Inflation ruined many middle-class Germans, who saw their savings and pensions wiped out. Unemployment was also high in the 1920s, hurting millions of wage earners and their families. Moreover, the loss of territories in the Treaty of Versailles impinged negatively on the economy. Above all, the Reparations schedule and the fear of having to meet the scheduled payments heightened the inflation. Their economic misery made these groups susceptible to the claims of extremist political part... ... middle of paper ... ...Vermail, Germany in the 20th Century Praeger New York  Richard Bessel Why did the Weimar Republic collapse?
The failure of the economy, extreme nationalism and the fragile government of Germany in the 1920’s and 30’s could also be seen as the reason for Hitler’s success(Wepman 98). The end of W.W.I left Germany in economic debt, suffering to survive. The Treaty of Versailles blamed Germany for the war and required them to pay for all the reparations. With many unemployed and homeless, the country was in economic ruins(Heck 120). To try and end their suffering, the German government printed more money, which in turn caused inflation and more problems.
It was not only one or two parts of society which were affected, but mostly every social class. At the time the stock market crashed, Germany was just developing its economy, since Germany lost most of their industry to the Allies in the Treaty of Versailles. The Great Depression in 1929 was a huge contribution for Hitler’s rise to power. As most people lost their jobs and the unemployment increased disastrous, the German inhabitants did no longer believe in the Weimar Republic. Money was not valuable anymore and many Germans suffered from poverty and illness.
The loss of foreign markets and the fall of world commodity prices and the decline in the competitiveness of British coal in foreign markets due to the Gold Standard led to poor relations between mine owners and mine workers. When productivity fell in the mines due to lack of modernisation and reinvestment, mine owners responded by proposing a reduction in wages and an increase of hours. Coal mining had always been a very dangerous job. In the three years from 1922 to 1924, 597,194 miners were injured. Although coal mining created huge profits, workers received very low wages, and the conditi... ... middle of paper ... ...-operate and to compromise after the dispute.
To add to this, the republicans made it worse by the high tarrifs put up to protect America industries. This led to make Europe poorer so still it could not afford the American prices. The effects were felt were all through America. Almost half of the Americans were becoming very desperate. They saw the boom was affecting them for the worse... ... middle of paper ... ... machinery in big supermarkets and shops lead to less demand of farm good.
Once again, Germany went into the situation that was a mess. Banks closed, businesses had to close and millions of people lost their jobs. When Hitler was the leader of the Nazi party, he saw that the people were more interested at his messages when the economy was not that good. People were starting to blame the Weimar government and the centre parties. The Depression weakens the Weimar Republic because there are three main reasons.
The closing days of the 1920’s were a start of what would be the worst economic disaster that had ever been witnessed. The effect that the Great Depression had on capitalist countries such as Germany and the United States, was that their stocks and shares heavy economy plunged, leaving businesses unable to trade, and poverty throughout the nation. In the case of France, the depression initially did not suddenly bring the economy down drastically as it had to the more industrialised nations. Although relatively unscathed at first, by 1931 the ripple effect had hit France which steamrolled the economic downturn of the French economy. With France following the gold standard, the economic downturn lasted much longer than other affected nations.