1920s


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Noun1.1920s - the decade from 1920 to 19291920s - the decade from 1920 to 1929  
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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A Great Wyrley care home went back to the 1920s to celebrate the 100th birthday of a resident.
The 2018 Tua-Tiu-Tiann International Festival of Arts (TTTIFA) with a theme of the Roaring Twenties will feature performance art, installations, exhibitions and a 1920s costume parade.
THE UK's first 1920s Gin, Bourbon and Cocktail Festival is heading to Liverpool next year - but you'll have to be quick if you want to get involved.
The exclusive event includes live 1920s swing entertainment, a Chicago-style food stand, a huge selection of World and American gins, bourbons and American IPAs, and world famous speakeasy cocktails.
The first glimpse is a dramatic glass chandelier hung above the stairs, set against mirrored wallpaper and reclaimed 1920s tin ceiling tiles lining the staircase wall.
The biography incorporates examination of how college sports enhanced patriotism during the war, why and how the government used college sports to prepare soldiers for the realities of combat, the relationship between the US War Department and intercollegiate sports, how a booming sporting culture made the 1920s the "Decade of the American Hero," and how Killinger was part of that cultural trend, showing that service sports was the reason why the 1920s became the Golden Age of Sports and why the sports-oriented method of training soldiers for war resulted in the public's craze for American heroes.
IN SILK STOCKINGS and Socialism, Sharon McConnell-Sidorick examines the activism of hosiery workers during the 1920s and 1930s in the Kensington section of north-east Philadelphia; a mill-town with a long and significant history of labour activism in the US.
"Boyhood and Delinquency in 1920s Chicago" by Roger A.
The must-see magical movie of 2016 - scripted by Harry Potter author JK Rowling and starring Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne as "magizoologist" Newt Scamander -- is out on Friday and 1920s New York City plays a starring role.
A CELEBRATION of 1920s music will be held at the Cardiff Story museum in the Old Library tomorrow.
The Modern Girl: Feminine Modernities, the Body, and Commodities in the 1920s. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2015.
This book proves to be a cornucopia of delights, and a vibrant presentation of the frenzy and hoopla that characterized Paris in the 1920s.