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#1. Which North African country gained its independence in 1922 but remained under the military and political influence of the British Empire?

#2. The great stock market crash of October 29, 1929 is known as?

#3. Which of these men was not Prime Minister of Australia during the 1920s?

#4. Which of these was not a popular 1920s dance?

#5. In May 1926 a constitution was established in Paris for this middle eastern country. In order to unite the country, the President was to a Christian and the Prime Minister a Muslim. Which Country?

#6. Gertrude Stein came up with which term for American writers, poets, and artists living in Europe during the 1920s?

#7. Prohibition of alcohol in the United States was introduced in 1919, when was it repealed?

#8. In what year did women gain full voting rights in the United States?

#9. In 1929 Albert Fall became the first Presidential cabinet member to be sentenced to jail, in what was, up until Watergate, the biggest political scandal in US history. Albert?

#10. By 1927 how many Model T Ford automobiles had been produced?

#11. The successor to the Model T Ford was the?

#12. In 1920 the forerunner to the United Nations was formed, what was it called?

#13. In 1920 the world population was?

#14. Who became president in 1923 when his predecessor died in office?

#15. In which year of the 20s did the U.S. Stock Exchange collapse, leading to a worldwide economic crisis.

#16. Which movie won the best picture Oscar at the very first Academy Awards ceremony held in May 1929?

#17. Who discovered penicillin in 1928?

#18. Benito Mussolini came into power when he and fascist military squads, known as what, made the famous March on Rome in October 1922?

#19. A fun-loving party girl of the 1920s who wore short dresses and had short hair was called a what?

#20. Johnson & Johnson employee Earle Dickson invented what became Band-Aids in the 1920s to help his accident-prone wife.

#21. What was the nickname of boxer Jack Dempsey, who was the world heavyweight boxing champion in the 1920s until he lost the title in 1926?

#22. In which airplane did Charles Lindbergh make his first nonstop solo flight across the Atlantic in May 1927?

#23. Eugene O’Neill did NOT win a 1920s Pulitzer Prize for drama for which of his works?

#24. Who was the Australian prime minister from 1923-29?

#25. Finnish athlete Paavo Nurmi won 10 gold medals in swimming in three Olympics during the 1920s.

#26. The Scopes Trial in Tennessee in 1925 involved high school biology teacher John Scopes being prosecuted for what?

#27. In 1922 I was summoned by King Vittorio Emanuele III and asked to become prime minister. Who am I?

#28. The decade of the 1920s is also known as the “[R—–g] Twenties.”

#29. In the 1959 film “Some Like It Hot,” Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon witness which real-life event of 1929? [S—- V——–‘s — M——-]

#30. In the 1929 animated film “The Karnival Kid,” Mickey Mouse spoke his first-ever words on film, which were “[H– d—]!”

#31. The art movement [— —-] developed from the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes in Paris.


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