George Herman "Babe" Ruth Jr. is an iconic baseball player who set incredible records at that time. During his career he performed 714 home runs. He is mostly known for playing for the New York Yankees from 1920 until 1934. Babe Ruth was one of the first five players to be elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936.

George Herman "Babe" Ruth Jr. is an iconic baseball player who set incredible records at that time. During his career he performed 714 home runs. He is mostly known for playing for the New York Yankees from 1920 until 1934. Babe Ruth was one of the first five players to be elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936.

The Great Depression is a name given to the time after Wall Street crash. Millions of people lost their jobs and were forced to go on the streets and ask for any sort of job. Billions of dollars were lost devastating the World's economy.

The Great Depression is a name given to the time after Wall Street crash. Millions of people lost their jobs and were forced to go on the streets and ask for any sort of job. Billions of dollars were lost devastating the World's economy.

Wall Street market gave huge opportunities fro young men who had ambitions and skills. Wall St. stocks began to grow rapidly, they were sold extremely fast and in late October 1929 Wall Street Stocks had officially crashed.

Wall Street market gave huge opportunities fro young men who had ambitions and skills. Wall St. stocks began to grow rapidly, they were sold extremely fast and in late October 1929 Wall Street Stocks had officially crashed.

Good music, such as, jazz led to parties. Alcohol + Music meant huge parties. Entertainment became louder and wider where etiquette became looser.

Good music, such as, jazz led to parties. Alcohol + Music meant huge parties. Entertainment became louder and wider where etiquette became looser.

Louis Armstrong was an icon to the jazz age. He symbolizes jazz music in 1920s. Jazz is a improvisational way of performing where you don't actually have to stay in one rhythm.

Louis Armstrong was an icon to the jazz age. He symbolizes jazz music in 1920s. Jazz is a improvisational way of performing where you don't actually have to stay in one rhythm.

In 1920s cars started to be innovated. They became more affordable for second class society. They became lighter and faster. The Roaring Twenties are also sometimes called The Age of Speed.

In 1920s cars started to be innovated. They became more affordable for second class society. They became lighter and faster. The Roaring Twenties are also sometimes called The Age of Speed.

Moonshine was a name for illegal alcohol made by criminals. At that time it was a profitable business but highly illegal.

Moonshine was a name for illegal alcohol made by criminals. At that time it was a profitable business but highly illegal.

Prohibition. Law that made alcohol illegal in 1920s. People had to hide their alcohol and cocktails came into fashion in order to disguise their alcohol and cover up bad taste.

Prohibition. Law that made alcohol illegal in 1920s. People had to hide their alcohol and cocktails came into fashion in order to disguise their alcohol and cover up bad taste.

The so called suffragettes group formed. It's main goal was o achieve rights fro women to vote. There were protests on the streets, boycotts and even some more radical movements.

The so called suffragettes group formed. It's main goal was o achieve rights fro women to vote. There were protests on the streets, boycotts and even some more radical movements.

This picture describes how fashion changed from Edwardian period, where women had to wear luxuriant dresses, to short and practical skirt. Some of these women became to be known as flappers, who wore short skirts, bobbed their hair, listened to jazz, and flaunted their disdain for what was then considered acceptable behavior.

This picture describes how fashion changed from Edwardian period, where women had to wear luxuriant dresses, to short and practical skirt. Some of these women became to be known as flappers, who wore short skirts, bobbed their hair, listened to jazz, and flaunted their disdain for what was then considered acceptable behavior.

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