1938 Trivia Playing Cards: 80th Birthday Or Anniversary Gift - B073V877J61938 Trivia Playing Cards: 80th Birthday Or Anniversary Gift - B073V877J6
1938 Trivia Playing Cards: 80th Birthday Or Anniversary Gift - B073V877J6
1938 Trivia Playing Cards: 80th Birthday Or Anniversary Gift - B073V877J6

1938 Trivia Playing Cards: 80th Birthday Or Anniversary Gift - B073V877J6

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  • Full 52-card deck

  • Shrink-wrapped in hard plastic jewel case

  • Flickback Trivia Challenge Playing Cards are actually 2 decks in one: a trivia deck with different questions for each year, and a regulation playing card deck complete with 2 jokers. The 52 different illustrated questions in each deck range from easy to challenging, and each question is specific to the year. Topics include entertainment, culture, world events, celebrities, sports. Answers are supplied on the separate answer key card included with each deck. Trivia Challenge Playing Cards make a perfect gift for birthdays, reunions or anniversaries.

    The Thirties started just months after the Wall Street Crash of 1929, which had set the tone for a decade of struggle amidst the Great Depression. Drought in the Midwest is a catalyst in the formation of the Dust Bowl, with dramatic wind erosion that strips away the top soil on farms and motivates many to move west, where they become migrant workers and are derisively known as "Okies" after the many families who came from Oklahoma. In Germany, post-war instability and the Depression itself facilitated the rise of Nazism and authoritarian leader Adolf Hitler, culminating in the outbreak of World War II towards the end of the decade. Yet despite troubled times, the thirties saw great technological advances. Ferdinand Porsche developed the Volkswagen Beetle, frozen foods were sold for the first time, and scotch tape and chocolate chip cookies came into existence. Amelia Earhart became an aviation pioneer and the first woman to pilot a solo flight across the Atlantic. Radio becomes the dominant form of entertainment, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt's fireside chats become a staple of American culture. Swing music becomes popular, while Technicolor and 'talkies' come to the silver screen - where acts such as Laurel & Hardy and the Marx Brothers helped us to forget our worries in a decade that saw us grow despite the shadow of the depression.

    1938 Trivia Playing Cards: 80th Birthday Or Anniversary Gift - B073V877J6

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