The Great Depression persists as President Franklin D Roosevelt takes the oath of the office in the United States. Department of Labor women clerical employees seen typing letters and forms. Men in the department meet at a table. Women working inside a textile factory in the United States. Close up of man's face as he works at a factory job. Scene of early trading activity at the New York Stock Exchange. A biplane airplane at an air show event crashes through a wall (seemingly intentionally) while landing, as onlookers watch. The plane is heavily damaged but lands on two wheels. Bread lines and soup lines for the hungry and unemployed men during the Great Depression. Lines at the bank during bank panic or run on a bank during the Great Depression. Vacant lot, stopped idle factory, and stopped railway switch yard during the Great Depression. Busy city street with street market vendors selling to pedestrians, possibly in New York. A horse cart is also seen on the street. More scenes of soup kitchens and bread lines for needy. Children jump rope, gathered on a wooden porch. Two men arriving at factory job carrying lunch boxes. Children playing jump rope. Exterior of the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. as Franklin Delano Roosevelt takes his first oath for the President of the United States on March 4, 1933, and excerpt from his inaugural address focusing on jobs and putting people back to work. Location: United States USA. Date: March 4, 1933.
People suffering from the Great Depression, and the campaign of New York Governor Franklin Roosevelt for U.S. President The Great Depression in the United States. (Most scenes circa 1932, but produced in 1967). A woman hangs out clothes beside a water pump. View of slum and tenement homes beside railroad tracks. A sad-looking child. Unemployed and homeless men in a queue wait to get food in a soup kitchen line. Men sorting through trash among shacks and tenements. Americans converse and read newspapers. A campaign parade and men holding a large sign, "Abolish Bread Lines Vote For Roosevelt." The Governor of New York, Franklin D. Roosevelt speaks to a large crowd. He encourages people during the Great Depression. While seated in his open car, Roosevelt pets a horse that is beside the car. Roosevelt at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago accepting the nomination of his party for President. Location: United States USA. Date: 1932.
Jobless and poor people gather to have free crates of apples which are distributed by the police in New York City United States Policemen distribute apples to jobless people in New York City, United States, during the Great Depression. Unemployed people gather near trucks carrying crates of apples. Men distributing apple crates to men, and to women and children. A vehicle loaded with crates passing on a street. Buildings along the street sides. Location: New York City USA. Date: November 17, 1930.
Unemployed men engaged in various work lead by Arthur Woods, former New York Police Commissioner, in Washington DC. Arthur Woods, former New York Police Commissioner raises his hat and smiles in Washington DC, during his role as chairman of President Herbert Hoover's Committee on Employment. Scenes of construction projects underway providing work during the Great Depression: A huge construction site with work in progress building many high rise buildings. A large dam being built. A large crane moving material to a bridge from ground. Workers engaged in welding work. Sparks at the welding site. A large crane moving iron. Workers building giant ships in shipyards. Workers walk on docks beside a ship under construction in a shipyard. Location: Washington DC USA. Date: October 23, 1930.
Activities of hobos and vagabonds around a homeless slum settlement in Chicago, Illinois during the Great Depression A nomad settlement in Chicago, Illinois. Hobos and vagabonds around the settlement. People move around houses. A man sits outside a house and reads. A woman raises the roof of a house with a stick and a man stands nearby. Cylindrical containers and other things kept outside the house. Men sit outside the house and drink from mugs. Location: Chicago Illinois USA. Date: July 27, 1930.
世界大恐慌 大量失業 （1930年）
Milling crowds invade New York City's employment office, as 5,000 men and women vie for the 100 jobs available in this Depression era. (Unemployment, Poverty, Queue)
Demonstrators fill streets in Manhattan, expressing anger over unemployment and lack of public assistance during the Depression Huge crowd of people fills New York City street during the Great Depression, in 1930. Some carry signs reflecting economic woes. One reads:"$25.00 a week for UNEMPLOYED."Others read: "No work, No rent;" "Down with Vagrancy Laws;" and "Join Unemployees Council." Scene shifts to Police arriving and arresting a woman and a man whom they escort into a Paddy Wagon. Police advance toward group of demonstrators, outside City Hall, holding signs. One reads: "Vote Communist." Another reads: "Food and Clothing for Unemployed," and one reads:"Fight the Speed UP SYSTEM." One reads: "We demand unemployment insurance."Several women are in the group, which retreats as the police move toward them. One man is lifted by others, above the group, in front of an entrance to the City Court. He stands on rung of an iron fence by the sidewalk. Defiant demonstrators exchange words with police officer. More signs are seen reading: "Down with Fake Employment Agencies" and "Down with Police Brutality." The crowd moves along, some taunting the policemen as they pass. A phalanx of several policemen press against the demonstrators. A woman, with a sign, falls to the ground and another helps her up. Scene shifts to an intersection of Manhattan streets, completely blocked in all directions by cars and demonstrators. Location: New York City United States USA. Date: October 16, 1930.
President Hoover calls infantry, cavalry and tanks into Washington, D.C. to rout the Bonus Expeditionary Force demonstrators, after a clash between the disgruntled war veterans and the police produces casualties. The troops use tear-gas and smoke bombs to drive the squatters from their illegal encampment, then set fire to their tents and shacks to prevent their return. (Demonstration, Riot)
人物：ハーバート・フーヴァー, ジョージ・パットン, ダグラス・マッカーサー
London and US: stock exchange, ticker tape, Wall Street, Black Tuesday, 1929 London and US: stock exchange, ticker tape, Wall Street, Black Tuesday, 1929
世界大恐慌 ウォール街大暴落 （1929年10月29日）
October 29th, 1929 ... Black Tuesday ... The New York Stock Exchange is in a panic. Frantic investors have scrambled to unload their stocks at any price. The turmoil that started four days ago is now grinding to its tragic finale. Everyone wants to sell. No one wants to buy. Stock prices are going down at a fantastic rate. Suddenly, even the most gilt-edged securities are practically valueless! The stock market crash has come. And the Great Depression has begun. (Ecomony, Finance, Money)
Decline in industry and jobs, and Stock Market crash leading up to Great Depression in the United States. （1950年代に制作された振り返り）
Depression: Hoover on podium, Wall Street crash, 1929 Men entering doup kitchen - beaten men on benches - President Hoover on podium - Sign for Wall Street - cleaning up stock exchange after crash
Poverty, factory closures, Hooverville shanty towns, 1929
Depression, unemployment, bank lines, 1929 The unemployment lines - savers wait in line outside banks - NO MEN WANTED
A homeless community in Florida Date:Catalogued: 2.1.1926 A tent city on the ouskirts of Miami (Caption:A homeless community in Florida)