The third decade of the 20th century was a time of change, from one end to another, however the men in this article revolutionized the world they lived in. So, let’s see who were the top most influential men of the 20′s.
Alphonse Gabriel “Al” Capone, started at the bottom, selling counterfeit alcohol during the Prohibition and he became the most fierce mobster of Chicago.
He was involved in almost all illegal activities at that time, from prostitution to gambling. He played a decisive role in canceling the Prohibition in the United States.
Almost everybody knows who Charlie Chaplin is. The British actor reached the peak of his career in the 20′s with movies like The Gold Rush, which Chaplin produced and directed.
Jonathan Logie Baird
In 1925, engineer and inventor Jonathan Logie Baird did the first TV transmission. His subject was the dead of a doll of a ventriloquist named Stooky Bill. Two year later, thanks to Baird, the first TV trnasmissions were recorded, from London to New York. Without Baird, TV would not have been the way we know it now.
The creator of the first series vehicle, Model T, Henry Ford revolutionized the transport industry. Until 1918, ten years after the vehicle entered the market, half the vehicles in the United States were Ford T.
The German physicist published his famous theory of relativity in 1905, however he received the Nobel prize only in 1921. Einstein spend the 20′s working on the unified theory of physics, involving quantum mechanics, the Newton laws of Physics and the theory of relativity.