Only 2% Of Americans Can Pass This Roaring 20s Quiz. Can You?

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 Sep 12, 2018

1 of 22Pick your answer!

In 1920, the ____ Amendment was passed, giving women the right to vote.
1st
7th
19th

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In 1920, ______ were granted the right to vote.
African Americans
Brits
women

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Which country left the the United Kingdom in 1921?
Scotland
Wales
Ireland

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At the first Winter Olympic Games in 1924, the only event open to women was:
Track and field
Figure skating
Swimming

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In what year did Wall Street crash and cause the Great Depression?
1920
1945
1929

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The day that the Great Depression began, October 29, 1929 was also known as what?
Sapphire Sunday
Green Monday
Black Tuesday

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What icons can be associated with the roaring 20s?
Flappers
Rockers
Hippies

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Daisy Buchanan is a character from what 20s-themed novel?
As You Like
The Great Gatsby
Wuthering Heights

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This venue is located in Uptown and was known as a hangout in the 1920's for Al Capone:
Red Hill
Green Mill
The Mobster

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Which American author wrote the novel 'The Great Gatsby,' published in 1922?
Edgar Allan Poe
Louisa May Alcott
F. Scott Fitzgerald

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What is the name of the movie classic starring Judy Garland that was originally a silent film in 1925?
Bewitched
The Wizard of Oz
The Witches of Eastwick

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He became the first Republican elected President since 1928.
George Herbert Walker Bush
Ronald Wilson Reagan
Dwight David Eisenhower

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What famous scientist was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on theoretical physics?
George Washington
Albert Einstein
Steve Jobs

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What famously crashed in 1929?
The Twin Towers
James Dean's car
Wall Street

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What was a music player in the 20s called?
Turn table
Walkman
Gramophone

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What fashion trend would you find in the 1920s?
Comfortable slacks, blazers and uniforms
Tight, stretchy and shiny clothes for disco dancing
Loose, shapeless “flapper” wear and short hair

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Which popular movie is from the 1920's?
All About Eve
The Jazz Singer
Psycho

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When was the Disney company started?
1929
1923
1920

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What 20s fashion designer was famous for her little black dresses?
Coco Chanel
Catherine Deneuve
Kim Novak

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Al Capone ruled over what city?
Chicago
Los Angeles
London

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Which 20s president has a damn named after him?
Herbert Hoover
Warren Harding
Calvin Coolidge

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What was Al Capone's nickname?
Goodfella
Bad Al
Scarface
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