life in the 1920’s

those who know me know I am a huge history fan, I love learning about history but the one thing I adore most is early photographs or film, this little video has put together some bits from 1920’s and I love it, look for the unfolding car for women it’s brilliant ^_^


11 responses

  1. The unfolding car – the first Smart car if ever there was one! Love this Kizzy!!!

    1. brilliant isn’t it i want one of those cars i can’t drive i just want one to see people’s faces each time i unfold it ^_^

  2. This was so unique! I like all kinds of history and especially ones that feature women’s roles during different periods! Great post! If I don’t comment again before the weekend, Hope you have a special Easter! If you don’t celebrate it, excuse this, hope that you have a wonderful weekend, then! Smiles, Robin

    1. hiya, thank you for your lovely comment, i do have some other very early bits of films hidden in my blog somewhere i think in either ‘vintage’ or ghost stuff i have added so much recently i kind of lost track ^_^ i hope you have a lovely easter take care xx

  3. Felt like I just went on some weird trip… the car thing was nuts. Looks more like a bicycle. I guess they didn’t have parking spots back then. And what’s with the exercise machine and that poor lady with the breast issues?

    People were weird back then… and not much has changed, I suppose. Thanks for the journey, Kizzy L.

    1. i remember me mam having one of those exercise machines as kids we would play on it and the only real effect anyone ever got was that where ever the belt had been on your body was now really itchy so no good for exercising but terribly good if you like itchy skin ^_^ but oh how i would love to say the sentence “oh well i best go unfold me car then” that would be the best i want me an unfolding car and i want it now, actually when i was little my family and i used to live in germany and i had a folding bike so guess i was nearly there i didn’t like it because it was bright orange ^_^ love hearing from you trentle be well and i hope you and your family have a wonderful easter woohoo no school for four days yeehar ^_^

      1. We shall, Kizzy, although today I shall work, and I shall work hard. Kids have chicken pox… not the worst timing, and they are oh so energetic anyway.

  4. A very tough time for many but an age of elegance and sometimes extravagance. Both my parents were born in the 1920s and my mother especially loved the music of the era. Nice find.

    1. hiya, i am honestly fascinated by all history but i particularly love all early film and photographs glad you liked this and hope you have a lovely easter ^_^

  5. Dear Kizzy,
    I LOVE this! So much fun. Was the color segment tinted after it was filmed? Wonderful selection!

    1. hiya lovely to hear from you i am sorry i don’t know about hte colour bit i do recollect that america had colour film before us brits well they had much more access than we had i know early colour film was available from early 1900 so the film here could well be technicolour i think that was the earliest practical colour film and was popular through this time period i do have a rather brilliant book on it all but i am stuck in bed ill right now so can’t get to it when i can i will put some history of it on my vintage tab at the top thank you for visiting my friend it is always lovely to hear your voice have a super weekend xx

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