Interesting facts about dating in the 1920s
And The Reader's Digest was first published, all in 1922.
The Teapot Dome scandal dominated front-page news in the United States, the Ruhr region of Germany was occupied by French and Belgian forces, and Adolf Hitler was jailed after a failed coup in Germany.
If that wasn't enough, the first Mickey Mouse cartoon was shown, penicillin was discovered, and the first Oxford English Dictionary was published.
Ladies bobbed their hair and displayed a more liberated demeanor.
Prohibition brought the age of speakeasies and bootleggers, and everyone did the Charleston.
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The Roaring '20s were marked by prosperity after World War I, drastic changes for women that included the right to vote and freedom from corsets and long, structured clothing to a more modern style of dress.