How many people went to soup kitchens during the great depression?

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While there's no definitive number, it's been estimated that several million people relied on soup kitchens during the Depression.

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Where were soup kitchens in the Great Depression?

I believe that there were soup kitchens, although they were few andfar between. They were also called "bread lines". It was just thebeginning of the Great Depression and many

Why were soup kitchens important during the Great Depression?

Soup kitchens were important during the Great Depression because it was another free way for the homeless or the starving to eat. They were usually huge rooms with long wooden