"other problems engendered by the Crash of '29"
A solemn crowd gathers outside the Stock Exchange after the crash. 1929.
Public DomainA solemn crowd gathers outside the Stock Exchange after the crash. 1929. - Credit: work of the United States Federal Government/From an SSA poster: http://www.ssa.gov/history/wallst.html

As the 20th century’s most devastating financal crisis, the Crash of ’29/the ‘Great Crash’/the Stock Market Crash of 1929 endured many names, but meant only one thing – economic crisis.

The result of excessive lifestyles throughout the ‘Roaring Twenties’, when Britain truly bloomed, the Crash of ’29 saw the stock market take a fatal hit and sparked the Great Depression, as share prices plummeted – a situation which would not see improvement or recovery until 1941.