The 1920's

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The 1920ís ENTERTAINMENT: The Roaring 20ís began with a bang. WW1 was over and people were turning to enjoyment with a vengeance. The United States, which had emerged as a leading power, set the trend in fashion and music. The Jazz age. Jazz was the music of choice, playing in clubs in Chicago, New York, Paris and London. One of the most influential jazz musicians was Louis Armstrong, who dazzeled crowds with his trumpet solos. …

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…measured against the Tomb. The Stock Market Crash: On October 24th 1929 the New York Stock Exchange collapsed, with investors selling more than 13 million shares, in one day. The cause of the crash was mainly due to the rapid growth of the economy in the early twenties that have slowed down during the last two years. The crash cased financial ruin for millions of people not only in the United States but all over the World.