People failed to pay their taxes
The value of shares had reached an all time low and people sold their shares at low prices
The value of shares was at an all time high and people could not afford to pay for them
There was an explosion on Wall Street and people could no longer get their money out of the bank.
Australia's prosperity and growth was dependent on overseas loans which had ceased in the months before the depression.
Australia's wealth was exploited by the Americans to fund their unemployment schemes.
Australia was not affected by the Great Depression
Returning soldiers from WW1 had taken all the jobs leaving ordinary people unemployed.
Returned soldiers from WW1
Milk, heating, bread and clothing
Milk, bread, soap and lighting
Milk, soap, butter, and sugar.
Rent, heating, lighting and clothing
Sent to the country to work in camps.
Not allowed to get the susso
Immediately given the susso
Sent to jail
They were not allowed to work if they had children
They were required to work more hours than men
They were only allowed to work half days
They were paid less than men
He wanted to make history
He designed the bridge and thought it was his right to cut the ribbon
He was a member of the New Gaurd who were opposed to the Lang Government.
He was a French soldier in WW1 who wanted revenge on the Australian Government.
A stomach condition called collic
A bacterial disease
A person who is homeless
A person who collects outstanding payments
A person who bails thieves out of jail
A member of parliment