How did people in your family save money in the 1930's? Any stories from Grandparents/Great-grandparents will help!
How did people survive the Great Depression in the 1930's? They didn't have enough money to have a "financial situation", but somehow they managed to survive. read more
Rochelle Frank’s Hub called Survival in the 1930's is an eye opening account of survival that many people born after 1960 probably cannot imagine -- Unless they were born into the poverty of the poorest Appalachian regions, the most destitute part of a rundown inner city, or a third world country. I have only a few stories to contribute. read more
What can be learned from the depression that can be applied to today's recession? Have people forgotten the simple things that can increase the quality of life without money? read more
Working class life in England in the 1930's. What life was like for a typical working class family in Birkenhead during the 1930's. read more
by 110211 7 years ago
Is the white elephant in the room ? Some say we are in a 1930's type depression?The media keeps reporting that its the worse deperession since the 1930's in the uk but I don't see people suffering (unlesss they are keeping it secret) should I be worried?
by Twila Nelson 7 years ago
With single parent homes and two income families, I know that being with loving Grandparents is a safe place for small children and babies. I do have a concern about when it is fair for the grandparents to be paid. And how much money is fair for grandparents to be paid. What is fair for...
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