May 31, 2020
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January 16th Prohibition begins - the 18th amendment to the U.S. constitution became official. Alcoholic beverages can no longer be sold , made or transported in the U.S.
August 18th Women in the U.S. can vote the 19th amendment to the U.S. constitution became official. Women ages 21 and older now have the right to vote
January 10th The league of nations was created
November 2nd Warring harding was elected for president.
May 21st The Emergency Tariff - increased rates on wheat, meat, wool and other agricultural products brought into the United states from foreign nations
October World Series Broadcast on the Radio Baseball's World Series is broadcast on radio for the first time. The New York Giants defeat the New York Yankees, five games to three.
1923 The Yankee stadium was built
July Hitler becomes leader of the Nazi Party. Adolf Hitler threatens to resign from the Nazi Party in Germany. He stays only when members agree to make him its official leader.
the Charleston Made famous in a 1923 New York play, the Charleston has become a dance craze in the U.S., and now becomes a sensation in Europe. Women who dance the Charleston are known as "Flappers."
1924 A big year for cars and radios. Ford Motor Company makes its 10 millionth Model T car. About 2.5 million radios are now in use in the United States with over 500 broadcast stations.
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