1920's

By Bryan P.

Flapper

Flappers were a "new breed" of young women in the 1920's. They wore short skirts, bobbed their hair, listened to jazz, and flaunted their disdain.
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Time magazine 1920's

Time magazine during this period published about situations around the world. They also published about famous people during that time.
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1920's Streets

Streets were fulled of people, but also fulled of the new model T car.
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Moving Star of the 1920's

Clara Bow was one of the best silent movies along with Charlie Chaplin and Joan Crawford. During this period silent movies films went through the ruff and also they became very popular.
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1920's Advertisement showing consumerism and new products

Coca cola was big during since the prohibition of alcohol and the close down of bars.

Their advertisements show the American way of life during this time.

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Al Capone

Al was one of the most influential gangster during this period, and he was detain for selling illegal alcohol. Many others gangsters they took the opportunity to sell alcohol after it became Illegal.
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