1920

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In History
  • The American Red Scare

    The American Red Scare
    Revolution was gonna hit us because of what happened in Russia.
  • Entertainment

    Entertainment
    There entertainment in the 1920 were games, sports, movie, and radio.
  • Consumerism

    Consumerism
    American should continue to buy large quantities of stuff like washing machine, automobiles, sewing machine, and radios. They would also buy large quantities of goods.
  • The Great Steel Strike

    The Great Steel Strike
    The great steel strike was associated with an organization of tin, steel, and iron and they did the most the steel industries in the small towns in the big towns it was a wake it was World War I.
  • The 19th Amendment

    The 19th Amendment
    The 19th amendment gave the women the right to vote.
  • National Football League

    National Football League
    The first ever national football league was created in September 17 of 1920. The reason this is important is because it is one of the first entertainment things you could watch.
  • Hollywood

    Hollywood
    Hollywood was a place where most of the popular actors were in like movie stars did that stuff like acting all that other stuff that made the money and so it became the most popular place in California and in the United States.
  • Harding Winning the Presidency

    Harding Winning the Presidency
    He was not nominated in the tenth ballot and he was a comprise candidate.
  • First Radio Broadcast

    First Radio Broadcast
    The first radio broadcast was a very important event in 1920 because it was a thanks for entertainment because they don’t have the stuff that we have today. What I mean by that is that they don’t have a TV they don’t have Xbox and PS4 is in computers and all that stuff so the radio when it was invented was very popular and it was very I’d say luxurious because once it first came out not many people had it they had to go to places that had a radio to listen to it and all that.
  • Emergency Quota Act

    Emergency Quota Act
    The emergency quota act was also known as the emergency immigration act of 1921 and immigration restriction act of 1921. The act was formulated mainly in response to the large influx of southern and eastern Europeans and restricting their immigration.
  • The First Transatlantic Flight

    The First Transatlantic Flight
    Charles A. Lindbergh was the one to pilot the flight. The flight started at Long Island, New York to Paris, France
  • Babe Ruth Breaking Home-run Records

    Babe Ruth Breaking Home-run Records
    Babe Ruth played 22 years MLB ending his career in 1935 with a record breaking 714 home runs.
  • Ford Cars

    Ford Cars
    The Ford cars were created by a guy named Henry Ford he was important because he made the first vehicles in the 1900’s
  • Mickey Mouse

    Mickey Mouse
    Mickey Mouse was created in 1928 and was a big hit and he still is to this day.
  • The Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre

    The Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre
    Seven members associated with George Moran’s bootlegging gang were put up against a wall and shot dead inside. Al Capones outfit was widely suspected but nobody was ever prosecuted.
  • Black Thursday and the Great Crash

    Black Thursday and the Great Crash
    The reasons the Great crash happened is because low wages, debt, and large loans handed out from the bank that couldn’t be liquidated.