The Dodge Sisters
Known in the USA and Europe during the Jazz Age as ‘the two birds of Paradise’, the Dodge Sisters sang, danced and dressed as birds and whistled. They emerged out of American vaudeville in the mid-20s with a singing and dancing act that took Europe by storm.
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Ostende La Reine Des Plages
Affectionately called ‘La Reine Des Plages’ (Queen of the beaches), Ostende developed into one of the most important beach resorts in Northern Europe and was greatly favoured by the British. But during the First World War it was in the front line and suffered. As the 1920s dawned it made a comeback and attracted an international and cosmopolitan clientele that rivalled other fashionable places like Deauville and Biarritz.
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