The Interwar Period is usually split between the 1920s (known as ____) and the 1930s (known as _____).
the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression
the Great Depression, the Roaring Twenties
economic growth, economic despair
cultural despair, economic growth
The name of Germany's weak government during the 1920s and 1930s
Cultural innovations during the Roaring Twenties included all but the following:
financially and politically freer women
popularized dances derived from African American culture
the nuclear family (father, mother, two children)
The economies of Europe struggled after the Great War while the economies of the USA and Japan boomed.
The Great Depression was an _____ factor that effected the USA and the world.
Hyperinflation is when the value of currency goes _____ very ______.
The flappers of the USA and the west were inspired by the mogas and mobos of Japan.
Who took over Russia during and immediately after the Great War?