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Wall Street Crash

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Wall Street Crash

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The Wall Street Crash by Alex Woolf
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This title describes the day of the Wall Street crash and the devastating effect it had on the economy of the United States. It looks at the events leading up to the "Black Tuesday" and what happened to the millions of people who had invested on the stock-market. Real life accounts are included in the moment-in-time boxes, acting as a freeze-frame of peoples thoughts, emotions and experiences as personal fortunes were lost and livelihoods ruined. This title can be used to support the Key Stage 3 (age 11-14 years) History National Curriculum under "a world study after 1900".

Author Biography

Alex Woolf studied history at Essex University, and has written and edited many 20th century history titles for young people.
Release date NZ
August 15th, 2002
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
Photos
Imprint
Hodder Wayland
Interest Age
11-14 years
Pages
48
Reading Age
From 11 To 14
Dimensions
220x10x277
ISBN-13
9780750235716
Product ID
1652184

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