The Roaring Twenties

Who? - Is a term for western society and western culture during the 1920's this was a time of sustained economic prosperity.

What? - Where an age of dramatic of social and political change; for the first time there were more people living in the city than in farms.The nations wealth doubled between 1920-1929.
How - Many people, defied prohibition, indulged a new style of dressing and dancing, and rejected many traditional moral styles.
Where? - This roaring twenties where going on at western European places and in the United States mostl going on in major cities such as , Berlin , Chicago, New York, London , Los Angeles , Paris , and Sydney

When - This was between 1920 and 1929

Historical Significance -The result was a thinly veiled "cultural civil war," in which a pluralistic society clashed bitterly over such issues as foreign immigration, evolution, the Ku Klux Klan, prohibition, women's roles, and race.

Created By
Fernando Aguilera


Created with images by Reading Tom - "American Surety Co." • Fæ - "Panoramic view of Los Angeles, looking north from a building on the corner of Hill Street from 6th Street, 1913 (CHS-5827)" • State Library Victoria Collections - "Bourke Street c1930"

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