Compare & Contrast Ten Little Indians by Agatha Christie

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1930s: The economy collapses and causes a decade of poverty and hunger for millions of people.

Today: The economy is booming, but many fear the year 2000 could cause another period of economic crisis.

1930s: World War II begins in 1939. The United States plans to remain neutral in the war, until its ships are attacked at Pearl Harbor in 1941.

Today: The United States helps control the 1999 crisis in Kosovo through air strikes and is able to keep from deploying ground troops.

1930s: Adolf Hitler becomes chancellor of Germany in 1933. His dictatorship promises order for his country, but instead, results in fear, suffering, war, and death for many of its citizens, especially the Jewish population.

Today: Many survivors of Hitler's rule and their families who have reestablished their lives— many in the United States—are still trying to heal the pain stemming from Hitler's murderous tactics.

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