There were several factors. Talking pictures (movies). During Prohibition (no alcohol) the Mob came into effect and "bathtub gin" was one of the favorites and could be mixed with pure alcohol (many deaths ensued because of it.) It was party time at the night clubs (then called "speakeasies" where young women (no different than today) could party all night, do opium, cocaine, drink themselves sick yet rub shoulders with some of the Mob as well as movie actors. It was a time where the poor had a very hard life, but the ones that were lucky had the time of their life and free to do as they basically pleased.
exciting progressing ..roaring.. daring deceiving
Alcohol was illegal during a period called prohibition. It went from the 1920s to the early 1930s. Many American farmers made a good living making moonshine (illegal alcohol) during that period.
It was an affect to the 1920s because it just was. It was a time period where people were scared of the communist party.
Televisions were made somewhere in the 1920s.
Flappers rejected old ways in favor of new, exciting freedom.
invented for jazz in the 1920s to 1940s
The 1920s were a period of relative peace between World War I, which ended in 1918, and World War II, which started in 1939.
Shoulder pads of the 1920s were made of leather and were somewhat heavier than the shoulder pads worn today.
period of cultural growth during the 1920s
Yes it does. Or around that time period.
she was a famous jazz singer in the 1920s-1930s time period
Early and mid-1920s.
Surrealism is a part of Modernism, starting in the 1920s.
During the 1920s the farmers' debts increased as a result of the crash of the stock markets. This is the period in history which was known as the Great Depression.
In the 1920s both Langston Hughes and Duke Ellington made major contributions to the Harlem Renaissance
Surrealism grew out of the earlier art movement, Dada, in the 1920s.
His dates were 1900 to 1990 and he composed from the 1920s to the 1970s.
Sinbad the sailor
During the 1920s
in the 1920s
The installment plans of the 1920s were pretty much the same as any other installment plans. Installment plans are credit systems where payment for merchandise/items is made in installments over a pre-approved period of time. In the 1920s, the items people could purchase with an installment plan included: automobiles, automobile parts, household appliances, radios, phonographs, pianos, and furniture.