Yesterday's Nobel prize was awarded to three economists focusing on banking, and Ben Bernanke, at least, did, as far as I know, some groundbreaking research on the causes of the great depression.
I still have vivid memories of my grandparents telling me about the hardships of that time.
Question: Which popular science book should I read to understand the causes of the great depression better? I am particularly interested in a book that macroeconomists of different aisles acclaim.
PS: I do know only very little about macroeconomics or banking.
Here is a similar but distinct question on financial crises in general.