Decade - 1920s

Parent Category: History
This category has questions involving events, social trends, political beliefs, major discoveries, or general information related to the 1920s.
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13 celebrities who took it all off on screen
Answer . Flapper fashions for women doing the Charleston dance; speakeasy bars (for alcoholic beverages) during Prohibition; and "Boater/Skimmer" straw hats for men. Among other things...
by saying they weren't afraid and are going to fight for freedom .
water mills helped power many factories/ industries. The steam engine, telegraph and seed drill were also important to the industrial revolution
The effects of the America's international economic and politicalisolationism is that they lacked a market to sell their goods.Another reason was that there was a widespread unemployment in thecountry.
The Men wore Zoot Suits and the yo[ung modern women wore stuff that got them the name "Flappers" look it up.. The Men wore Zoot Suits and the yo[ung modern women wore stuff that got them the name "Flappers" look it up.
Henry Ford, I just took a quiz and got this question right.
promoted the creation of a national culture.
In 1920's the most popular car they drove was the model T also known as tin Lizzy created by ford.
Why not? The reason for continueing reading a book involves understanding the characters, the situations and so on. Exactly when a book was written may not matter.
It cost around .25 to see a movie in the 1920s.
It was in 1920s that "Modern Horse Racing" involving a betting system made its debut. In 1922, the Chosun Racing Club, the nation's first-ever authorized horse racing club, was established to make horse racing more systematic and better organized. In 1923, the pari-mutuel betting system was...
Coco Chanel produced the first designer perfume (chanel No. 5) in 1921. Coco Chanel also created the little black dress (LBD) and her signature cardigan.
Jack Dempsey was defeated by Gene Tunney in 1926. Tunney also won the 1927 rematch, though there was some controversy about the refereeing.
It was a thing that you buy thing cheap and then you sell it for a bigger piece
In Melbourne, Australia in the 1920's, gangster Joseph "Squizzy"Taylor favoured a revolver.
The Jazz Singer (1927) was the first feature film with synchronized dialogue. Most of the film used instrumental music and sound effects with no sound for dialogue. However, Al Jolson's singing scenes and two scenes of dialogue used sound recorded on set. Lights of New York (1928) was the first...
Actually you'll find the farmers that hadn't mechanized there farms or if their farms were relatively small, they suffered a terrible hardship because of many reasons like the fact that some over produced things so the prices went down and they got paid less. So many had to sell their farms to pay...
Well, clara bow is a goodexample of a flapper/actress from the 1920's, and Harry Houdini was around in the 1920's, who represented the advance of media at the time. there was also Henry Ford, the creator of Ford cars, who was one of the first people to use a conveyer belt for manufacturing. Babe...
Writers applied their fingers to their typewriters and artists wrapped their fingers round their paintbrushes. Painters were also experimenting with new artistic styles in the 1920's.
Immigrants from northern and western Europe were "superior" to those from southern and Eastern Europe
New York Stock Exchange I believe is your answer. Lol I just found it myself for AP History workbook homework.
"Concern over excessive alcohol consumption" in America began inthe Colonial era, and later, the "temperance" movement sought toreduce alcohol intake. Essentially, it had been brewing in the USfor 60 years before it came into law.
1929 ....Canadian woman legally declared "persons" 1920 ...league of nations formed 1920 act to protect can. against health hazards 1921....quaker oats intro. quick cooking oat meal 1924....popsicle patented 1929....wall street stock crash
chinese exclusion act of 1882
you can't not believe in vilonce because everyone knows it is happening all over the streets every day. what you are meant to say is who thinks vilonce is wrong? or who is against vilonce which I'm against it if it isn't in self defence
The National Origins Act of 1924 was a law that placed a limit onthe amount of immigrants that could enter the United States peryear. The act was in place for over 40 years before it wasdissolved in 1965.
well; the Tulsa race riot was 1921. &+ the stock market crashed in 1929. that's all I've found out so far. well; the Tulsa race riot was 1921. &+ the stock market crashed in 1929. that's all I've found out so far.
the prosperity growth is a vary of people who buy goods madein america.
Between the young and the old americans ideas of tradition changed
Doubtful. The sun's UV ray's weren't even known of at the time.
north Americas population in the 1920's, was aprox.
SPANK! They kids sure learned fast that way too.
Dance marathons were used in the 1920' s where flappers and men danced till tehy dropped literally!!And peopel chose who danced best!!
He was apart of an Irish family of six children. He was part of an English-speaking Catholic minority. He learned his french from street friends.
believe it or not in the 1920's the price for a brand new car right off the assembly line would cost you around 800 bucks!
For one, they were given the right to vote in the US
Answer . \nBabe Ruth and Jack Dempsey.
Yes, but if people found out they were ruined, so they hid it.
Go to Washington County historical society, library, or Mormon Family History Center where you can access records on microfilm. This is free. Or use your computer to access Subscription costs $$.
After WWI, they didn't want to associate themselves with any more foreign countries because they didn't want to be a part of the packs that were forming in the WWI to make them join the war so they isolated themselves. As an effect, with the industrial revolution and many other technological booms...
pfft did u get this question on a study guide? :P u know using the internet is cheating!!
Could you at least tell me where you found the data you are wantingme to analise? There is no way I can tell you what it's showingwithout seeing the data chart. But Lucky you, I have already donethis, so here's your answer: The data from that websiteshows that from 1916-19 the beer volume was 21...
The Roarin' Twenties, because it was right after WWI (The War to End All Wars) and people were just ecstatic to have the war over with. Industries were booming and nothing could have been better for them.
The term D eutsches Reich translates as German Empire and refers to the German state from 1871 to 1945. In 1871, following the Franco-Prussian War, the German states, under the leadership of the most powerful state, Prussia, proclaimed the (second) German Empire with the King of Prussia to also...
Immigration during the 1920s was an abundance of foreigners entering the United States. Many of these immigrants came over from their native lands to escape going to jail, poverty, discrimination or benefiting from our better economic status. When they arrived in the United Sates they weren't sure...
Earned Runs Average is computed by the formula: 9 x (Earned Runs Allowed/Innings Pitched). For example, if a pitcher threw 7 complete innings, allowing 4 earned runs, the formula would be: 9 x (4/7) = 5.14 ERA.
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The 1920s era went by such names as the Jazz Age, the Age of Intolerance, and the Age of Wonderful Nonsense. Under any moniker, the era embodied the beginning of modern America. Numerous Americans felt buoyed up following World War I (1914-1918). America had survived a deadly worldwide influenza...
He changed his name to Hitler.
The basic economic and political policies that were pursued by the three conservative republican administrations in the 1920s was enhanced american prosperity.
National Prohibition in the US began in 1920 but support for it declined throughout the 1920s.
Industrialization indostrailisim Drought rising crop prices
There are many improvements over radio already although many have not taken advantage of most. HD radio has been released that offers much better signal strength and audio quality than FM radio had. Satellite radio also has these benefits. More on HD radio, now that some receivers are linked to...
Unions lost many government contracts after WW I and many workers were out of jobs, including Union workers. There were many strikes during the 1920s and striker's grievances were generally valid, but few Americans or the government sided with the labor movement during the strikes. Many businesses...
The closest date for which I can find listings is 1922, and there are several possible denominations. Please check your bill again and post a new question with its exact date and its denomination.
The United States has hosted the Winter Olympics four times: Lake Placid, New York in 1932 & 1980; Squaw Valley, California in 1960; and Salt Lake City, Utah in 2002.
the flaming youth was many teens wanting drinking rights
A significant post-World War 1 American cultural trend of the 1920swas the prohibition of alcohol. The 18th Amendment to the USConstitution enforced a ban on the production and sale of alcoholicdrinks.
Yes there were many female singers in the entertainment industry during the roaring 20's
Some of the characteristics of the Roaring Twenties was the Jazz Age, the Prohibitation, the Flappers, and the Red Scare.. Also was the fads for bobbed hair, the production of Model T cars, and the invention of the radio.
Henry Ford made the car affordable to ordinary people. He had a factory with an assembly line which allowed him to build cheap cars. The Wright Brothers flew the first motor-powered airplane which affected the current day aircraft industry.