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1929 - The Stock Market Crash: beginning of the 12-year Great Depression, Wall Street Crash
08:27
SD RM English

United States, New York

1929 - The Stock Market Crash: beginning of the 12-year Great Depression, Wall Street Crash

Black Frida: The Stock Market Crash: The Stock Market Crashy or the Wall Street Crash refers to October 29, 1929, the day when the New York Stock Exchange crashed; this event eventually led to the Great Depression. The crash followed a speculative boom which had taken hold in the late 1920s and which had led millions of Americans to invest heavily in the stock market.This investment drove share prices up to artificially high levels; the rising share prices encouraged more people to invest, as they hoped the shares would rise further, thus fueling further rises and creating an economic bubble. The banks lent heavily to fund this share-buying spree. On October 29, 1929, the bubble finally burst and panic selling set in. Thirteen million shares were sold in the space of one day, as people desperately tried to dispose of their shares before they became worthless. Over the following few days another thirty million shares were sold, and share prices collapsed, ruining millions of investors.The banks who had lent heavily to fund share buying found themselves saddled with debt and this led to the failure of many banks.While millions of people lost their savings, businesses lost their credit lines and were forced to close, causing massive unemployment.The crash dramatically worsened an already fragile economic situation, and was a major contributing factor to the Great Depression. There is a good deal of controversy among economists and historians about the nature of that contribution, though. Some hold that political over-reactions to the crash, such as in the passage of the draconian Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act through the US Congress, caused more harm than the crash itself. After the experience of Black Friday, stock markets around the world instituted measures to temporarily suspend trading in the event of rapid declines, so as to prevent such panic sales. As a result, later stock market crashes, such as the crash of 1987 (Black Monday), have never been quite as severe as that of 1929.


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1929 - The Stock Market Crash: beginning of the 12-year Great Depression, Wall Street Crash
08:16
SD RM master

United States, New York

1929 - The Stock Market Crash: beginning of the 12-year Great Depression, Wall Street Crash

Black Frida: The Stock Market Crash: The Stock Market Crashy or the Wall Street Crash refers to October 29, 1929, the day when the New York Stock Exchange crashed; this event eventually led to the Great Depression. The crash followed a speculative boom which had taken hold in the late 1920s and which had led millions of Americans to invest heavily in the stock market.This investment drove share prices up to artificially high levels; the rising share prices encouraged more people to invest, as they hoped the shares would rise further, thus fueling further rises and creating an economic bubble. The banks lent heavily to fund this share-buying spree. On October 29, 1929, the bubble finally burst and panic selling set in. Thirteen million shares were sold in the space of one day, as people desperately tried to dispose of their shares before they became worthless. Over the following few days another thirty million shares were sold, and share prices collapsed, ruining millions of investors.The banks who had lent heavily to fund share buying found themselves saddled with debt and this led to the failure of many banks.While millions of people lost their savings, businesses lost their credit lines and were forced to close, causing massive unemployment.The crash dramatically worsened an already fragile economic situation, and was a major contributing factor to the Great Depression. There is a good deal of controversy among economists and historians about the nature of that contribution, though. Some hold that political over-reactions to the crash, such as in the passage of the draconian Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act through the US Congress, caused more harm than the crash itself. After the experience of Black Friday, stock markets around the world instituted measures to temporarily suspend trading in the event of rapid declines, so as to prevent such panic sales. As a result, later stock market crashes, such as the crash of 1987 (Black Monday), have never been quite as severe as that of 1929.


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500 Milliarden Mark: 500 Billion Mark from 20-10-1923 - German banknote
00:02
SD RM

Germany

500 Milliarden Mark: 500 Billion Mark from 20-10-1923 - German banknote

500 Milliarden Mark: 500 Billion Mark from 20-10-1923 - Germany banknotes - (former 5000 Mark banknote from 1923)


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Bankote: One U.S. dollar
00:27
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Unknown

Bankote: One U.S. dollar

Bankonote: One U.S. dollar


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Berlin Blockade: Introduction of Deutsche Mark, list of exchange agents in the district, currency exchange
00:07
SD RM

Germany

Berlin Blockade: Introduction of Deutsche Mark, list of exchange agents in the district, currency exchange

Berlin Blockade: Introduction of Deutsche Mark, list of exchange agents in the district, currency exchange


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Berlin life: Crowd, assembly on street, the new currency, Deutsche Mark in West zone announced
00:08
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Germany, Berlin

Berlin life: Crowd, assembly on street, the new currency, Deutsche Mark in West zone announced

Berlin life: Crowd, assembly on street, the new currency, Deutsche Mark in West zone announced


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Bonn Conference: International Monetary Conference, Franz Josef Strauss, Karl Schiller, shaking hands with participants
00:18
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Germany, Bonn

Bonn Conference: International Monetary Conference, Franz Josef Strauss, Karl Schiller, shaking hands with participants

Bonn Conference: International Monetary Conference, Franz Josef Strauss, Karl Schiller, shaking hands with participants


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Cemetery - sase (money) transfer - night
00:16
SD RM master

Unknown

Cemetery - sase (money) transfer - night

Cemetery - sase (money) transfer - night


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Economy. Zarring
03:52
HD RM master

Russia

Economy. Zarring

Economy. Zarring:


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Egyptian coin: Ancient Egyptian coins with the heads of the members of the Ptolemaic dynasty
00:56
SD RM

Egypt

Egyptian coin: Ancient Egyptian coins with the heads of the members of the Ptolemaic dynasty

Egyptian coin: Ancient Egyptian coins with the heads of the members of the Ptolemaic dynasty


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Financial crisis protest: Protest against revaulation of deutsche mark
00:10
SD RM

Germany

Financial crisis protest: Protest against revaulation of deutsche mark

Financial crisis protest: Protest against revaulation of deutsche mark


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George Soros: interview in the car
03:38
HD RM master

Hungary, Budapest

George Soros: interview in the car

George Soros (Hungarian: Soros György) ; born August 12, 1930, as Schwartz György is a Hungarian-American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist. He is the chairman of Soros Fund Management. Soros supports progressive-liberal causes. He is known as "The Man Who Broke the Bank of England" because of his US$1 billion in investment profits during the 1992 Black Wednesday UK currency crisis. Between 1979 and 2011, Soros gave away over $8 billion to human rights, public health, and education causes. He played a significant role in the peaceful transition from communism to capitalism in Hungary (1984–89)—which he himself proclaimed was being exaggerated and provided Europe's largest higher education endowment to Central European University in Budapest. Soros is also the chairman of the Open Society Institute.


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George Soros: interview in the car 2.
03:41
HD RM master

Hungary, Budapest

George Soros: interview in the car 2.

George Soros (Hungarian: Soros György) ; born August 12, 1930, as Schwartz György is a Hungarian-American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist. He is the chairman of Soros Fund Management. Soros supports progressive-liberal causes. He is known as "The Man Who Broke the Bank of England" because of his US$1 billion in investment profits during the 1992 Black Wednesday UK currency crisis. Between 1979 and 2011, Soros gave away over $8 billion to human rights, public health, and education causes. He played a significant role in the peaceful transition from communism to capitalism in Hungary (1984–89)—which he himself proclaimed was being exaggerated and provided Europe's largest higher education endowment to Central European University in Budapest. Soros is also the chairman of the Open Society Institute.


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George Soros: situations
02:30
HD RM master

Hungary, Budapest

George Soros: situations

George Soros (Hungarian: Soros György) ; born August 12, 1930, as Schwartz György is a Hungarian-American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist. He is the chairman of Soros Fund Management. Soros supports progressive-liberal causes. He is known as "The Man Who Broke the Bank of England" because of his US$1 billion in investment profits during the 1992 Black Wednesday UK currency crisis. Between 1979 and 2011, Soros gave away over $8 billion to human rights, public health, and education causes. He played a significant role in the peaceful transition from communism to capitalism in Hungary (1984–89)—which he himself proclaimed was being exaggerated and provided Europe's largest higher education endowment to Central European University in Budapest. Soros is also the chairman of the Open Society Institute.


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German currency reform: Start-up money given for people, monetary reform, the Deutsche Mark (Deutschmark) replacing the Reichsmark during Allied occupation
00:22
SD RM

Germany, Berlin

German currency reform: Start-up money given for people, monetary reform, the Deutsche Mark (Deutschmark) replacing the Reichsmark during Allied occupation

German currency reform: Start-up money given for people, monetary reform, the Deutsche Mark (Deutschmark) replacing the Reichsmark during Allied occupation


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German currency reform: Protest against currency reform of  Western Germany, organised by the Socialist Unity Party
00:17
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Germany, East-Berlin

German currency reform: Protest against currency reform of Western Germany, organised by the Socialist Unity Party

German currency reform: Protest against currency reform of Western Germany, organised by the Socialist Unity Party


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German currency reform: Proclamation placard, new bank notes ordered in East-Berlin, soviet zone
00:03
SD RM

Germany, Berlin

German currency reform: Proclamation placard, new bank notes ordered in East-Berlin, soviet zone

German currency reform: Proclamation placard, new bank notes ordered in East-Berlin


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German currency reform: Newspaper article about the currency of the Soviet occupation zone
00:03
SD RM

Germany, Berlin

German currency reform: Newspaper article about the currency of the Soviet occupation zone

German currency reform: Newspaper article about the currency of the Soviet occupation zone


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German currency reform: Currency reform in the Soviet occupation zone, people queuing, money 
exchange
00:14
SD RM

Germany, East-Berlin

German currency reform: Currency reform in the Soviet occupation zone, people queuing, money exchange

German currency reform: Currency reform in the Soviet occupation zone, people queuing, money exchange


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German currency reform: People on the street in the West zone, queuing, shop window, accepting of Deutsche Mark, East German mark
00:10
SD RM

Germany, Berlin

German currency reform: People on the street in the West zone, queuing, shop window, accepting of Deutsche Mark, East German mark

German currency reform: People on the street in the West zone, queuing, shop window, accepting of Deutsche Mark, East German mark


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