You can love the United States, you can hate it, but the fact is that this country from less than 100 years transformed from a backward into the most powerful. Exactly these children have made it so.

You can love the United States, you can hate it, but the fact is that this country from less than 100 years transformed from a backward into the most powerful. Exactly these children have made it so.

The Prohibition laws began operating in 1920, when the so-called act of Volstead Act came into force. The Constitution of the United States prohibits the manufacture and sale of “intoxicating liquors”. It was approved in 16 January 1919.

The Prohibition laws began operating in 1920, when the so-called act of Volstead Act came into force. The Constitution of the United States prohibits the manufacture and sale of “intoxicating liquors”. It was approved in 16 January 1919.

You can love the United States, you can hate it, but the fact is that this country from less than 100 years transformed from a backward into the most powerful. Exactly these children have made it so.

You can love the United States, you can hate it, but the fact is that this country from less than 100 years transformed from a backward into the most powerful. Exactly these children have made it so.

Public Domain: Korean girl tiredly trudges by a stalled M-26 by Major R.V. Spencer (NARA) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Public Domain: Korean girl tiredly trudges by a stalled M-26 by Major R.V. Spencer (NARA) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

vintage everyday: Old Photos of Pretty Girls from between 1900s to 1920s

vintage everyday: Old Photos of Pretty Girls from between 1900s to 1920s

During World War II the Warsaw Ghetto was the largest of all Jewish ghettos in occupied Europe. It was established in October – November, 1940. Over 400,000 Jews were located there. Nearly 254,000 of Warsaw Ghetto residents were sent to Treblinka extermination camp in summer of 1942.

During World War II the Warsaw Ghetto was the largest of all Jewish ghettos in occupied Europe. It was established in October – November, 1940. Over 400,000 Jews were located there. Nearly 254,000 of Warsaw Ghetto residents were sent to Treblinka extermination camp in summer of 1942.

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