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WW1 and Prohibition Era: 1913 - 1928


WW1 and Prohibition Era: 1913 - 1928: The articles in this section on United States History for Kids relate to the dates covered from 1913-1928 which covered the US entry into WW1 and the Prohibition Era.

Definition and Summary of the WW1 and Prohibition Era: 1913 - 1928
Summary and definition:
The devastation of the Great War and the death of so many young men led to the emergence of various reform movements that led to the Prohibition era. Americans sought some relief from the devastation of war by going to the movies, the first talking picture was released in this period.

It was the era when aircraft were developed and the Transatlantic flight by Charles Lindbergh brought America closer to western world. The leaders of the country who were elected president during WW1 & the Prohibition Era, and helped to make United States History, were Woodrow Wilson, Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge.

Woodrow Wilson Presidency (1913-1917) & (1917-1921)
Important events in United States History during the presidency of Woodrow Wilson includes the Sinking of the Lusitania, US entry into WW1, National Defense Act, 18th Amendment to the Constitution, Prohibition, Espionage and Sedition Acts and the 19th Amendment added to the Constitution.

World War One - Articles about the Great War

President Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson and WW1
Outbreak and Causes of World War 1
American Entry into WW1
Sinking of the Lusitania Facts
The Sussex Pledge
Black Tom Explosion
Zimmermann Telegram
30 US Facts about WW1
America in World War 1
1917 Selective Service Act
US Battles in WW1
1916 National Defense Act
Espionage and Sedition Acts
War Industries Board - WIB
WW1 Mobilization
Facts on the Harlem Hellfighters
WW1 Liberty Bonds
Committee on Public Information (CPI)
Fourteen Points
1919 Treaty of Versailles
Armistice - End of WW1
Impact and Effects of WW1 on America
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Guards
1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic

Progressivism, the Progressive Movement and Reforms
Wilson's New Freedom
The Progressive Movement
Progressive Reforms
Women's suffrage
1913 Federal Reserve Act
Revenue Act of 1913
1914 Federal Trade Act
1914 Clayton Antitrust Act
1916 Keating-Owen Child Labor Act
1916 Federal Farm Loan Act
Adamson Act of 1916

The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance
WW1 Great Migration
Famous Harlem Renaissance Figures
Harlem Renaissance Poets
Harlem Renaissance Writers
Harlem Renaissance Artists
Harlem Renaissance Singers
Harlem Renaissance Musicians
Marcus Garvey Facts and Biography

Prohibition Era and Gangsters

The Prohibition Era
Volstead Act
Prohibition Gangsters
Facts about Al Capone
Chicago Mafia
St. Valentine's Day Massacre
Eliot Ness and "The Untouchables"

The Red Scare

1920 Wall Street bombing
The First Red Scare
The Palmer Raids
Sacco and Vanzetti Case
Resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan

Other Notable Events in the Woodrow Wilson Presidency
Henry Ford and the Model T
The Assembly Line
US and the Mexican Revolution
Facts on the Panama Canal
Fundamentalist Movement
The 'Monkey Trial'
Eugenics Movement

Fashion, Consumerism and Women in the 1920's
Important events in United States History during the 1920's.

The Roaring Twenties
The Jazz Age
Economic Boom of the 1920's
Consumerism in 1920's America
1920's Radio and Advertising
Inventions in the 1920's
Early US Aviation
Sports in the 1920's
Hollywood in the 1920s
First talking movie - The Jazz Singer
Famous Flappers
1920's Fashion for Women
1920s Men's Fashion
Women in the 1920's

President Warren Harding and the WW1 & Prohibition Era: Warren Harding Presidency (1921-1923)
Important events in United States History during the presidency of Warren Harding includes the Emergency Quota Act and the Teapot Dome Scandal.

President Warren Harding
The Mellon Plan
Isolationism in the 1920's
The Washington Conference
1921 Emergency Quota Act
The Ohio Gang
Teapot Dome Scandal

President Calvin Coolidge and the WW1 & Prohibition Era: Calvin Coolidge Presidency (1923- 1929)
Important events in United States History during the presidency of Calvin Coolidge includes the Revenue Acts of 1924 and 1926, Immigration Act of 1924, Air Commerce Act, the Transatlantic flight by Charles Lindbergh and the First talkie picture.

President Calvin Coolidge
Facts about Al Capone
Chicago Mafia
St. Valentine's Day Massacre
The Dawes Plan
The Kellogg-Briand Pact
Revenue Act of 1924
Revenue Act of 1926
Immigration Act of 1924
National Origins Act of 1924
US-Mexican Border History
1926 Air Commerce Act
Charles Lindbergh Transatlantic Flight

United States History
The following link provides access to all the most important events of each of the presidencies in the history of the United States of America.

US American History

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