Three onlookers at a smashed Jewish shop window in Berlin following riots of the night of 9th November.(Getty Images)
Three onlookers at a smashed Jewish shop window in Berlin following riots of the night of 9th November.
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Déjà Vu

The 1930s are coming back. 
 

What happens after a globe-shaking financial crisis? We are stumbling through one right now, and we all want to know what we are in for next. Fortunately—and unfortunately—this situation is precedented.

Early last century, the globe’s First World War extinguished lives, torched economies and left Europe smoldering with grievances. Afterward, the world was rocked by the most violent financial earthquake in modern times—the Great Depression.

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