US/PA History II 1920-1929/Cheyenne Lavitsky

  • 18th amendment -

    Manufacture, Sale, and transportation of alcoholic beverages were legally prohibited.
  • Sacco and Vanzetti

    Two Italian immigrant acccused of the robbery and murder of a factory paymaster and his guard in South Braintree, Massachusetts. They were sentenced to death and died in the electric chair.
  • Warren G. Harding becomes President

    Senator from Ohio who promoted "normalacy" or a return to the simplier days.
  • American Brith control leage

    Fought for the legal rights of physicians to give brith control information to their parents.
  • Emergency Quota System

    Established the maximum number of people who could enter the United States from each foreign country. The goal of the Quota System was to cut the amount of European immigrants coming into the United States.

    Fight over envolution and religion and the role over public schools.
  • Gertude Ederle

    She become the first women to swim the english channel.
  • Solo Flight across the alintic

    Charles lindbergh flew solo across the alintic in 33 hour 29 minutes
  • Fordel Model A

    The automobile that replaced the Model T. The Model A was available in a variety of colors and almost one million people mobbed a New York show rooms to see the new Model A
  • Steam boat willie

    Disney's first aniamted flim with sound.
  • Roosevelt

    Elected to a theird term.
  • Lend-Lease Act

    We would lend lease and supplies to anyone whom help the u.s.
  • German wolf packs

    Britsh convoy attacked by german sub-marines
  • Mobilization of Scientists

    Roosevelt wanted to bring scientists into the war effort to improve technology
  • Peace talks are questioned

    Tojo ordered the japanese navy to prepare for an attack on the united states.
  • The code of message

    Message that instructed japan peace envoy to rejected all american peace proposals.
  • Attack on pearl harbor

    Japnese bomb pearl harbor.
  • Manhatan project

    A of scientists trying to build the atomic bomb
  • Womens auxiliary army corps (WAAC)

    Women volenteers would serve in non combat postions.
  • Battle of midway

    Admiral chester nimitz the commander of american naval forces defeated the japneses.
  • The Battle of stalingrad

    The soviet army closed around stalingrad, trapping the germans in and around the city and cutting off their suplies. They serrendered Janurary 31, 1943.
  • African american soilders

    African american soilders were allowed to fight in combat.
  • D-Day

    They planned to invade france and the western europe free from the nazi. Eisenhower directed the three million british,u.s canadian.
  • Battle of the bluge

    8 german tank divisions broke through weak american defence along an 80-mile long front. Tank droves 60-miles into allied territory, creating a bluge in the lines that gave this desperate last ditch offensive it's name, the battle of the bluge.
  • Roosevelt's Death

    Vice president harry s. truman became the nation's 33rd president.
  • V-Day

    Victory in europe. unconditional surrender of the threid reich.