The Global Impact of the Great Depression, 1929-1939

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INDEX

a
Africa 126 -35;
colonial freedom movements 137 -8, 144 ;
colonial rule 126 -7, 134 -5, 144 , 158 -9;
currencies 127 ;
customary law 126 ;
European trading companies 128 -9;
import substitution 127 ;
poll tax 129 -30
agrarian involution 121 , 124 , 125
agrarian markets, collapse 14
agriculture 38 - 47 ;
Argentina 107 ;
Australia 82 -3;
China 112 -13;
Egypt 80 -1;
India 91 -2, 155 ;
overproduction 38 -9, 82 -4;
rice 40 -2;
subsistence 10 - 11 , 98 ;
Turkey 80 -1;
USA 48 , 51 , 56 , 57 -8;
wheat 39 - 40 , 82 -4
Alejandro, C.F.D. 99
Amery, L. 158
Aranha, O. 103
Argentina 106 -8;
balance of trade 107 ;
exports 100 ;
Great Britain relationship 107 -8;
Peronism 141
Asia:
colonial freedom movements 137 -8;
rice production 40 -2;
Southeast Asia 120 -5
Atatürk, K. 74 -5
Atlantic Charter 157 -8
Australia 82 -6;
balance of payments crisis 82 -3;
banks 84 -5;
devaluation 9 , 83 , 84 -6;
‘Grow More Wheat’ campaign 82 -4;
wheat overproduction 82 -4
autarky 55 , 152

b
Bagehot, W. 14 , 22
Baldwin, S. 33
Bank of England:
discount rates 59 , 63 ;
gold standard 20 -3, 26 -9;
governor 23 ;
lender of last resort 19 - 20 , 21 , 61 -2
bank rate 29 - 30
Bayar, C. 78
‘beggar-thy-neighbour’ 6 - 9 , 16
Belgian Congo 131 -2;
export crops 132 ;
forced labour 131
bimetallism 21 , 23 , 24 -6
birth rate 38 ;
Japan 118 -19
Brazil 100 -3;
coffee production 44 , 100 , 101 -2;
crisis management 103 ;
Germany trade agreement 101 ;
interventionism 99 ;
populism 141 -2;
textile industry 101 ;
United States relationship 101 -2, 103
Brüning, H. 67 -9
Bryan, W.J. 26
Burma:
colonial freedom movement 145 -6;
export economy 122 -3;
peasant rebellion 122 -3;
poll tax 122 -3;
rice exports 122 -3;
taxation 17 ;
‘Thakins’ 146

c
car industry, USA 49 - 50
Cardenas, L. 108 -9, 143
Ceylon:
rubber production 43 ;
tea agreement 95 ;
tea production 43
Chile 105 -6;
devaluation 9 ;
ore export 106
China 110 -15;
agriculture 112 -13;
banks 113 -14;
cotton production 45 ;
currency 24 , 110 -11, 113 -14;
depreciation 111 ;
Japanese penetration 112 , 118 ;
Japanese

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - The Tragedy of the International Gold Standard 19
  • 3 - The Dilemma of War Debts and Reparations 32
  • 4 - World Production of Agricultural Produce 38
  • 5 - The Origin of the Depression in America 48
  • 6 - The Transmission of the Crisis to Europe 59
  • 3 - Turkey and Egypt 74
  • 8 - Australia’s Reaction 82
  • 9 - Colonial Crisis Management 87
  • 10 - The New Role of the State in Latin America 98
  • 11 - Contrasts in East Asia 110
  • 12 - Reactions to the Depression in Southeast Asia 120
  • 13 - The Fate of Africa 126
  • 14 - The Political Consequences of the Depression 136
  • 15 - From Depression to War 149
  • 16 - The Aftermath 156
  • Bibliographical Notes 164
  • Index 176
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