The Crash of 1929

Created on Sunday, 10 January 2010 09:38

Originally produced in the mid-1990s, this film remains one of the most authoritative accounts of the Crash of 1929.

It includes rare testimony from the people who worked on Wall Street at the time.


The Great Depression Part 1 of 7 – A Job at Ford’s

Created on Sunday, 03 May 2009 00:00

The world's largest industrial center goes from boom to bust leading to civil unrest in the first part of the best documentary series ever made about the 1930's depression in America. This little known series documents much unknown American history from the socialist campaign of Upton Sinclair, to the Republic Steel massacre and the massive entrenched corruption in America.

The Great Depression Part 2 of 7 – The Road to Rock Bottom

Created on Sunday, 03 May 2009 12:32

The economy approaches collapse as thousands of mortgages default, resentment grows against the banks, bank robbers become folk heroes, and an army of veterans tragically marches on Washington. 

The Great Depression Part 3 of 7 – New Deal-New York

Created on Sunday, 03 May 2009 13:49

Confidence in capitalism wanes as bank runs begin. As the banking system begins to collapse the government belatedly begins to act. Systemic corruption is epitomized by Tammany Hall.