1920s


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Synonyms for 1920s

the decade from 1920 to 1929

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The prohibition theme comes from my interest in the era, a lifelong love of all things 1920s and 30s.
An exceptionally well written, organized, and presented work of truly impressive scholarship, "The Secret War Between the Wars: MI5 In The 1920s And 1930s" is enhanced with ten illustrations; three appendices; forty-nine pages of notes; a fifteen page bibliography; and a comprehensive index, making it a critically important addition to academic library 20th Century History collections in general, and the supplemental reading lists of students with an interest in the history of MI5 in particular.
By the 1920s most of the young and middle aged men who had been the original Blinders were either dead from the war or influenza or in poor health from fighting for this country.
Until the 1920s there was very little in the way of make-up and it wasn't until brands like Maybelline and Max Factor came along that it became widely available and everyday women started to experiment with cosmetics.
He examines the political climate of the 1920s and how urban-rural rhetoric proliferated in the House, but also the way House dealt reapportionment prior to the 1920s.
The Protestant church in the 1920s united around the issue of peace, which occupied the religious minds and presses even more than prohibition or the fundamentalist-modernist controversy.
I, for one, would probably not choose a fizzy 1920s trifle as my all-time fave, or know who in the original cast was cheating on whom.
The document that has most effectively disseminated the notion that McKay broke with the Left by the early 1920s is the author's own anxiously revisionist memoir, A Long Way from Home (1937), published two years before he was questioned by a subcommittee of the Dies commission for subversion.
Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound, Ernest Hemingway, and James Joyce, recreated as anthropomorphized animal cartoonists living in 1920s Paris.
Parents dressed up as nurses to help any injured players get over their aches and pains while two teachers dressed up in 1920s attire to manage their teams.
HOT SHOTS: Tracy Hayes and Andrew Coe, organisers of the 1920s Glamorous Gangsters Summer Ball
Established in the 1920s and built in stages over many years, it fairly oozes character.
Many references seem quite personal, not quite as auto-obsessed as our own Tracy Emin perhaps, and their message is often obscured in a brown 1920s nostalgia soup.
The Electro Mag recalls 1920s science kits, according to judges at the Science Museum in London.