Vintage cars are defined by the date they were built, not design, (about 1920-1930). Racing cars are defined by their design for racing.
Absolutly nothing happened whatsoever! what world changing events happened between 1920 to 1975? when did the Australian currencey change
The baseball batting triple crown and horse racing triple crown were both won in 1937. Joe Medwick of the St. Louis Cardinals won in baseball and War Admiral won in horse racing. The baseball pitching triple crown and horse racing triple crown were both won in 1930 and 1937. In 1930, Lefty Grove of the Philadelphia Athletics won in baseball and Gallant Fox won in horse racing and, in 1937, Lefty Gomez of the New York Yankees won in baseball and War Admiral won in horse racing.
well in 1939 world war 2 started and i got nothing else
martin Luther king was born.
1920 through 1929 was the 1920s. The year 1930 was the first year of the 1930s.
What major occurrence happened between 1920 and 1930 that changed the outlook of harlem's demographics?" What major occurrence happened between 1920 and 1930 that changed the outlook of harlem's demographics?" History of internationl relation history? History of internationl relation history? History of internationl relation history?
There is not a number recorded for the 1920's but in the 1930s only 21 occurred.
you are going to have to be more specific
The roarin' 1920's were the opposite of the 1930's. The 1920's were a peak in the economy, wheras the 1930's were the time of the Great Depression.
they fell apart They grew larger and more influential. By the early 1930's Congress was ready to support unionization.
The best known comedian of the 1920's and 1930's, was Charlie Chaplin.
during 1920's America was one of the most devoleped country alot of new and modern things were made during these years
They ate, fish bread barley and plants
Mexico during the 1920s-1930s
John French - racing driver - was born in 1930.
about during 1920~1930
The1930 was the depression!
Washing machine was invented in 1851 by J.T. King