Author DenyDee in History, 08.13.2019

How did world war 1 hurt business in Europe even after the war

Answered by ganabanana10

Post-war, all of the combatants were rather weighed down by large amounts of debt they had accumulated during the war. This, combined with rapid overproduction of currency, caused hyperinflation and doomed global economies, later leading to the Great Depression.

Answered by shontelle

It did because the men went to war and some did not come back there for their work did not get done and put people out of business.

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