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DWR Section 1

The Coming of the Depression

When was the Wall Street Crash? 24th - 29th October 1929
Between 1929 and 1931, by how much did exports from Britain fall? 50%
In 1930, how much shipping was built in Britain? 1.4 million tonnes
In 1933, how much shipping was built in Britain? 133,000 tonnes
In 1928, what was Britain's trade surplus? £104 million - Britain was exporting more
In 1931, what was Britain's trade deficit? £114 million - Britain was importing more
How many unemployed were there in 1930? 2 million
How many unemployed were there in 1932? Over 3 million
Created by: DylDZ-GCSE