The Great Depression (disambiguation)


The Great Depression (disambiguation)

The Great Depression was a dramatic, worldwide economic downturn beginning in some countries as early as 1928.

The Great Depression may also refer to:

* Great Commodities Depression, the steep, general recession in commodity prices between 1980 and 2000
* The Great Depression (1873-1896), an economic recession that coincided with the Second Industrial Revolution
* "The Great Depression" (album), a 2001 DMX album
* "The Great Depression" (Blindside album), a Christian post-hardcore album
* "The Great Depression" (book), a Canadian history book
* "The Great Depression" (Defiance, Ohio album), an anarcho-punk album
* "", an American novel


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