Tuesday is the anniversary of one of the most important days in financial history. Oct. 29, 1929 was Black Tuesday, a day of torrid selling on Wall Street. It was the start of the darkest period in modern economic history, the Great Depression, a global catastrophe that left millions of people around the world starving and impoverished and laid the groundwork for the rise of the Nazis and World War II.
How The Post covered the start of the Great Depression
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