Trivia Quizzes, Games, and Facts
Trivia Quiz Categories
Religion & Faith
Science & Technology
More Trivia Fun
Popular Recent Quizzes
Most Highly Rated Quizzes
Write a Quiz
Today's Easy Trivia
Today's Hard Trivia
Easy Hourly Trivia
Hard Hourly Trivia
Browse Trivia Facts
Submit a Trivia Fact
544 playing now
- Quizzes served
- Most points
- Registered members
- Just registered!
- Most points
NY's Strongest !!!!
Quiz Of The Day
- Tournament Leader
- Last Tournament Champ
You are here:
The US In the Great Depression
The Great Depression of the 1930's affected the lives of all the advanced economies but the US was one of the worst affected. This is a general quiz about the people, events, conditions, etc. during that depression.
What event in 1929 is generally considered the beginning of the "Great Depression"?
None of these
President Harding taking the US off the gold standard for US currency
The "crash" of the New York Stock Market
Failure of the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York
Who was the US president when the Great Depression began?
Warren G. Harding
In one of the most famous lines from his speeches President Roosevelt (FDR) said "All we have to fear is - - - - - - - - - - - - - ." What are the last words?
the spread of poverty
Under FDR the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was created to work on federal projects such as national parks. It was primarily intended to provide meaningful work for which group of unemployed?
women of all ages
During the Great Depression in the US, this term was used to refer to the government act of of helping the economy by spending on projects such as dams, providing jobs on government programs for the unemployment, etc.
During the Great Depression one of FDR's New Deal programs was the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). What was its purpose?
to control flooding which often caused extensive damage in the area
to provide cheap electricity in the area
all of these
to create jobs in one of the worst depressed areas of the US
Outside the US the depression also had a great effect. Which of the following leaders came to power in the 1930's partly because he promised stability and relief from the depression in his nation?
Churchill in Britain
Clemenceau in France
Hitler in Germany
Mussolini in Italy
Which of the following gave Franklin Roosevelt the most trouble in launching his programs to relieve the problems of the Great Depression?
the Supreme Court
The House of Representatives
The Great Depression was the setting for this classic book.
Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx
Hard Times by Mark Twain
For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway
The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
Which of the following ended the Great Depression in the US according to most economists in the 21st century?
US entry into the League of Nations in 1939
Roosevelt's National Recovery program
The great increase of trade between the US and Asia
The coming of World War Two
(will not interfere with your quiz)
Conditions of Use
. All Rights Reserved.