American History: The 1910s, Life and Culture
Mindmonkey on 01/23/2006
|The decade of the 1910s is a transitional one from the traditons of the past to the new, modern ways of the 1920s. America became a major world power, entered and helped win the Great War (World War I) and brokered the peace. At home, dramatic events also changed the way we lived and thought. Here are a few questions about the life and times of this crucial decade.|
Left: This great American athelete won Gold Medals at the 1912 Olympics, only to be stripped of them for playing semi-pro baseball as a teenager.
Good luck to all! If you like this time period, don't forget to take the companion quiz: "American History: the 1910s and Foreign Affairs.
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