No, WWII Did Not End The Great Depression

Idea that war is good for the economy is a fallacious argument based on incorrect economic data
No, WWII Did Not End The Great Depression

Image Credits: Jerry J. Jostwick via the National Museum, Wikimedia Commons

by Corbett Report | June 18, 2014


The idea that the Great Depression was finally brought to an end by the onset of WWII has been a staple of history textbooks, documentaries and various war propaganda for decades. This myth continues to be perpetuated to the present day.

The idea that war is good for the economy is, needless to say, a fallacious argument which itself is based on incorrect economic data.


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