<p>The Great Depression hit the United States on October 29, 1929 after the crash of the US Stock Market. The decade long catastrophe resulted in industrial production falling to one-third of its pre-Depression levels, thousands of banks were closed, and almost 13 million Americans were jobless. </p>

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