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1950' - The 1950's was a mixture of entertainment and War

  • Cars

    Cars in the 1950'sThe car cuture thrived, which created new businesses.
  • Toys

    toys Toy sales grow
  • North invades South

    North invades South
    North invades south The north korean army invades south korea
  • Couter attack

    Couter attack
    Counter AttackUN soilders including the U.S. counter attack the north, gaining most of the land in Korea
  • Chinese attack

    Chinese attack
    Chinese join the North The chinese attack the south korea and American troops at the yellow river, gaining back much of the land in korea.
  • Color T.V.

    Color T.V.
    Color T.V.First color T.V. was introduced. In its most basic form, a color broadcast can be created by broadcasting three monochrome images, one each in the three colors of red, yellow and blue (RGB). When displayed together or in rapid succession, these images will blend together to produce a full color image as seen by the viewer.
  • Japanese Treaty

    Japanese Treaty
    Japanese Treaty The agreement contained five articles, which dictated that Japan grant the United States the territorial means for it to establish a military presence in the Far East. Moreover, the accord stated that Japan be prohibited from providing foreign powers any bases or any military-related rights without the consent of the United States. The accord was ratified by the United States Senate on 20 March 1952 and then it was ratified again by the President of the United States on 15 April 1952. Ultimately
  • Mutual Security Act

    Mutual Security Act
    Mutual The Mutual Security Act of 1951 is a United States federal law, signed on October 10, 1951 by President Harry S. Truman, which authorized nearly $7.5 billion, out of a GDP of around $340bn in 1951, for foreign military, economic, and technical foreign aid to American allies; the aid was aimed primarily at shoring up Western Europe, as the Cold War developed
  • Hydrogen bomb

    Hydrogen bomb
    H Bomb U.S. uses first hydrogen bomb
  • Puerto Rico

    rico Puerto Rico becomes a self-governing commonwealth of the United States.
  • Termination Policy

    Termination Policy
    Termination Policy Termination Policy changed rules that governt native americans. Indian termination was the policy of the United States from the mid-1940s to the mid-1960s. The belief was that Native Americans would be better off if assimilated as individuals into mainstream American society. To that end, Congress proposed to end the special relationship between tribes and the federal government. The intention was to grant Native Americans all the rights and privileges of citizenship, and to reduce their dep
  • Korean War ending

    Korean War ending
    Korean warAfter three years of a bloody and frustrating war, the United States, the People's Republic of China, North Korea, and South Korea agree to an armistice, bringing the Korean War to an end.
  • Iran Coup

    Iran Coup
    Iran CoupThe 1953 Iranian coup d'état, known in Iran as the 28 Mordad coup, was the overthrow of Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh and his cabinet on 19 August 1953, orchestrated by the United Kingdom (under the name 'Operation Boot') and the United States (under the name TPAJAX Project). The C.I.A. helped aid a coup that installed a new govermnet in Iran.
  • cigarettes

    CigsReporters say cigarettes cause cancer for the first time.
  • Overthrow

    Guatamaula coup US, the departure of the cautious Truman Administration (1945–53) and the arrival of the adventurous Eisenhower Administration (1953–61), abetted by the right-wing Cold War national political climate, rekindled Presidential interest in covert operations, which reanimated CIA advocacy of a paramilitary invasion of Guatemala to depose President Árbenz and his government. Strategically, President Eisenhower favored the secret warfare of covert operations, as cost-effective means for combating the
  • Pollo

    PolloThe first was developed by Jonas Salk and first tested in 1952. Announced to the world by Dr Thomas Francis Junior on April 12, 1955,[1] it consists of an injected dose of inactivated (dead) poliovirus.
  • Mcdonalds

    Mcdonalds The burgers sold for 15-cents, about half of what a burger cost at regular diners of the time. With success, the brothers franchised their enterprise and had eight restaurants open by the early 50s.
  • GNP

    GNPThe GNP/GDP has grown from US$44.6 billion in 1955 to US$388.8 billion.
  • Rosa Parks

    Rosa Parks
    Rosa Parks she sat down and refused to give up her seat to a white passenger, she was arrested for disobeying an Alabama law requiring black people to relinquish seats to white people when the bus was full. (Blacks also had to sit at the back of the bus.) Her arrest sparked a 381-day boycott of the Montgomery bus system. It also led to a 1956 Supreme Court decision banning segregation on public transportation.
  • Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues

    Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues
    CashJohnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues </a>Folsom Prison Blues" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Johnny Cash. The song combines elements from two popular folk genres, the train song and the prison song, both of which Cash would continue to use for the rest of his career. It became one of Cash's signature songs.
  • Mariyn monroe

    Mariyn monroe' >Monroe </a>Mariyn Monroe marries Playwright Aftermiller
  • Eisenhower highway

    Eisenhower highway
    Highway actThe Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, popularly known as the National Interstate and Defense Highways Act (Public Law 84-627), was enacted on June 29, 1956, when Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the bill into law. With an original authorization of 25 billion dollars for the construction of 41,000 miles (66,000 km) of the Interstate Highway System supposedly over a 10-year period, it was the largest public works project in American history through that time.
  • Supreme Court

    Supreme Court
    Surpreme courtThe surpeme court ruled that the city buses that segergated people were unconstitutional.
  • Dr. Seuss

    Dr. Seuss
    Cat in the hat The Cat in the Hat is a children's book written and illustrated by Theodor Geisel under the pen name Dr. Seuss and first published in 1957. The story centers on a tall anthropomorphic cat, who wears a red and white-striped hat and a red bow tie. The Cat shows up at the house of Sally and her brother one rainy day when their mother is away. Ignoring repeated objections from the children's fish, the Cat shows the children a few of his tricks in an attempt to entertain them. In the process he and h
  • Civil Rights Act

    Civil Rights Act
    [Civil Rights ](http://<a href='http://<a href='' >civil rights act </a>86903567557&v6s=2&v6t=3340&usg=AFQjCNGMaBbGRE_Qwjuqkw8YzBruBZn-rg&bvm=bv.67229260,bs.1,d.cWc' >CivilRights Act </a>' >Civil rights act of 1957 - </a>The Civil Rights Act of 1957 was also Congress's show of support for the Supreme Court's Brown decisions. [1] The Brown v. Board of Education (1954), eventually led to the integration of public schools.
  • Peace Symbol

    Peace Symbol
    Peace Symbol The peace symbol was designed as the logo for the British Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and adopted by anti-war and counterculture activists in the United States and elsewhere.
  • N.A.S.A

    N.A.S.A.President Dwight D. Eisenhower established the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in 1958[5] with a distinctly civilian (rather than military) orientation encouraging peaceful applications in space science.
  • submarine

    Atomic subUSS Nautilus (SSN-571) was the world's first operational nuclear-powered submarine. The vessel was the first submarine to complete a submerged transit to the North Pole on 3 August 1958.
  • Kitchen Debate

    Kitchen Debate
    Kitchen DebateThe Kitchen Debate was a series of impromptu exchanges (through interpreters) between then U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev at the opening of the American National Exhibition at Sokolniki Park in Moscow on July 24, 1959. For the exhibition, an entire house was built that the American exhibitors claimed anyone in America could afford. It was filled with labor-saving and recreational devices meant to represent the fruits of the capitalist American consumer mar
  • Hawaii becomes a state

    Hawaii becomes a state
    Hawaii Hawaii is admitted as the 50th U.S. state.