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  • 1. The Roaring Twenties 1920-1929 By: Maddie Garfinkle
  • 2. Political Changes and Major Events
    • Prohibition of alcohol
    • The first TransAtlantic solo flight
    • The Red Scare
    • 1920- first radio broadcast, The League of Nations, Sacco & Vanszetti
    • 1921- Albert Einstein expresses his theory of relativity
    • 1922- The Supreme Court passed the 19th Amendment that allows women to vote
    • The Immigration Act of 1924
    • 1925- John Baird invents the first form of television
    • 1927- first talking movie The Jazz Singer
    • 1929- the Great Depression starts
  • 3. Fashions of the 1920s
    • Men
      • Short suit jackets
      • Bow ties
      • Hats
      • Women
      • Skirts and dresses
      • The flapper
      • Scarves
      • Wool, silk, cotton, & linen
      • Stockings
      • Chanel
      • Mary Janes
  • 4. Food
    • Meat and potatoes
    • Wonder bread, Reese Peanut Butter Cups, popsicles, Velveeta cheese, Kool-Aid, Baby Ruth candy bar
    • Late 1920s- rabbit
    • Prohibition- More chocolate and sweets
  • 5. Music, Movies, and Theater
    • Louis Armstrong
    • Jazz music
    • The Jazz Singer
    • Silent films
    • Warner Brothers
    • 1920- first play with both black and white actors
  • 6. Books and Art
    • Pablo Picasso
    • Museum of Modern Art- 1929
    • F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby
    • Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf
    • T.S. Eliot, Eugene O’Neil, Sinclair Lewis
  • 7. Leisure Time Activities and Sports
    • Babe Ruth- baseball
    • Jack Dempsey- boxing
    • Baseball, boxing, golf, and swimming
    • Crossword puzzles
    • Books
    • Theater
    • Speakeasies
  • 8. Science, Technology and Inventions
    • The refrigerator
    • Traffic lights
    • Freezing precooked foods
    • Penicillin
    • Lie detector
    • Rocket
    • Albert Einstein
    • Alexander Fleming
  • 9. Famous People
    • Entertainers
      • Josephine Baker
      • Charlie Chaplin
      • Louise Brookes
      • Louis Armstrong
    • Writers and scientists
      • F. Scott Fitzgerald
      • Albert Einstein
    • Iconic Figures
      • Coco Chanel
      • Al Capone
  • 10.