The Forgotten Depression of 1920

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The Depression of 1920, generally referred to as The Forgotten Depression, was a steep depression that began 14 months after World War I, at the end of the presidency of Woodrow Wilson.[1][2][3][4]

Historian Adam Tooze states that the 1920 depression is "perhaps the most underrated event in the history of the twentieth century."[5]

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