1930’s Pop Culture. Radio. War of the Worlds Broadcast. Movies. Gone with the Wind. Wizard of Oz (Trailer). Dancing. Swing Kids. Sports. Fashion. 1930's Futuristic Fashion Predictions. Literature. Games. Hobbies. Villians. Folk Music.
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War of the Worlds Broadcast
Gone with the Wind
Wizard of Oz (Trailer)
1930's Futuristic Fashion Predictions
Inventions The Year Invented Inventors and Country ( or attributed to First Use )Ballpoint Pen ----- 1938 Hungary by Laszlo Biró - also called a biro (UK) BBC Television ----- 1932 England first regular TV broadcasts (London) Catseyes ----- 1934 England by Percy Shaw - for lighting roads Electric Razor ----- 1931 USA by Jacob Schick Electron Microscope ----- 1933 Germany by Ernst Ruska Frequency ModulationFM ----- 1939 USA by Edwin H Armstrong - sound by radio waves Helicopter ----- 1936 Germany by Heinrich Focke Jet Engine ----- 1930 England by Frank WhittleNylon ----- 1931 USA by Wallace Corothers - artificial silk Magnetic Recording ----- 1936 USA audio tapes Photocopier ----- 1938 USA by Chester Carlston Polaroid ----- 1932 USA by Edwin Herbert Land Radar (for Aircraft) ----- 1935 Scotland by Robert Watson-Watt Radio Telescope ----- 1932 USA by Karl Jansky Sticky Tape ----- 1930 USA
To provide an estimate of inflation we have given a guide to the value of $100 US Dollars for the first year in the decade to the equivalent in todays money If you have $100 Converted from 1930 to 2005 it would be equivalent to $1204.42 today In 1930 average new house cost $7,145.00 and by 1939 was $3,800.00
In 1930 the average income per year was $1,970.00 and by 1939 was $1,730.00 In 1930 a gallon of gas was 10 cents and by 1939 was 10 cents In 1930 the average cost of new car was $640.00 and by 1939 was $700.00