The Great Depression was a time that ended the prosperity of the 1920's. Many people were out of work and the overall economy of the country was declining greatly.

The Great Depression was a time that ended the prosperity of the 1920's. Many people were out of work and the overall economy of the country was declining greatly.

Mexico City earthquake in 1985... I didn't really live it... although I lived in Mexico City around that time, the area where I lived didn't really suffer that much.. However I do remember seeing pictures later on in my life and being greatly impacted by them... Still happens to me now...

Mexico City earthquake in 1985... I didn't really live it... although I lived in Mexico City around that time, the area where I lived didn't really suffer that much.. However I do remember seeing pictures later on in my life and being greatly impacted by them... Still happens to me now...

September 19 – An 8.1 Richter scale earthquake strikes Mexico City. Around 10,000 people are killed, 30,000 injured, and 95,000 left homeless.

September 19 – An 8.1 Richter scale earthquake strikes Mexico City. Around 10,000 people are killed, 30,000 injured, and 95,000 left homeless.

Sep 19th, 1985: The Mexico City area was struck by the first of two devastating earthquakes that claimed some 6,000 lives.

Sep 19th, 1985: The Mexico City area was struck by the first of two devastating earthquakes that claimed some 6,000 lives.

Mexican first lady Paloma Cordero; U.S. ambassador to Mexico, John Gavin; and the U.S. first lady Nancy Reagan observing the damage done by the 1985 Mexico City earthquake.

Mexican first lady Paloma Cordero; U.S. ambassador to Mexico, John Gavin; and the U.S. first lady Nancy Reagan observing the damage done by the 1985 Mexico City earthquake.

The 1985 Mexico City earthquake was a magnitude 8.1 earthquake that struck some states of Mexico and Mexico City on the early morning of 19 September 1985 at around 7:19 am (CST), caused the deaths of at least 10,000 people and serious damage to the Greater Mexico City Area.

The 1985 Mexico City earthquake was a magnitude 8.1 earthquake that struck some states of Mexico and Mexico City on the early morning of 19 September 1985 at around 7:19 am (CST), caused the deaths of at least 10,000 people and serious damage to the Greater Mexico City Area.


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@Papeleria Panna: @En_laDelValle 19 de #Septiembre de 1985 en la ciudad d México a las 7:19 hrs, se registra un #terremoto de 8.1 grados, que dura 90 segundos

@Papeleria Panna: @En_laDelValle 19 de #Septiembre de 1985 en la ciudad d México a las 7:19 hrs, se registra un #terremoto de 8.1 grados, que dura 90 segundos

Sept. 20, 1985: A man pauses on wreckage of the General Hospital in Mexico City following an 8.1 earthquake on Sept. 19, that flattened the building, killing 277.

Mexico City earthquake

Sept. 20, 1985: A man pauses on wreckage of the General Hospital in Mexico City following an 8.1 earthquake on Sept. 19, that flattened the building, killing 277.

Enrique Metinides tragedia El hotel Regis, en el centro de México D.F., tras el terremoto de 1985   http://culturainquieta.com/es/foto/item/7743-enrique-metinides-fotografo-de-tragedias-y-muertos.html

Enrique Metinides tragedia El hotel Regis, en el centro de México D.F., tras el terremoto de 1985 http://culturainquieta.com/es/foto/item/7743-enrique-metinides-fotografo-de-tragedias-y-muertos.html

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