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Prohibition : Harry Hart - about the Prohibition

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United States, Chicago, Illinois, 1999

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In 1919, the requisite number of legislatures of the States ratified The 18th Amendment to the Federal Constitution, enabling national Prohibition within one year of ratification. Many women, notably the Women’s Christian Temperance Union, had been pivotal in bringing about national Prohibition in the United States of America, believing it would protect families, women and children from the effects of abuse of alcohol.

Prohibition began on January 16, 1920, when the Eighteenth Amendment went into effect. Federal Prohibition agents (police) were given the task of enforcing the law.

Even though the sale of alcohol was illegal, alcoholic drinks were still widely available at "speakeasies" and other underground drinking establishments. Many people also kept private bars to serve their guests. Large quantities of alcohol were smuggled in from Canada, overland and via the Great Lakes.

While the government cracked down on alcohol consuption on land it was a different story on the water where they argued that ships outside the 3 mile limit were exempt. Needless to say, this technicality was exploited by everyone including the State owned shipping line.

Legal and illegal home brewing was popular during Prohibition. Limited amounts of wine and hard cider were permitted to be made at home. Some commercial wine was still produced in the U.S., but was only available through government warehouses for use in religious ceremonies, mainly for communion. "Malt and hop" stores popped up across the country and some former breweries turned to selling malt extract syrup, ostensibly for baking and "beverage" purposes.

Whiskey could be obtained by prescription from medical doctors. The labels clearly warned that it was strictly for medicinal purposes and any other uses were illegal, but even so doctors freely wrote prescriptions and drug-stores filled them without question, so the number of "patients" increased dramatically. No attempt was made to stop this practice, so many people got their booze this way. Over a million gallons were consumed per year through freely given prescriptions.

Because Prohibition banned only the manufacturing, sale, and transport - but not possession or consuming of alcohol, some people and institutions who had bought or made liquor prior to the passage of the 18th Amendment were able to continue to serve it throughout the prohibition period legally.

Even prominent citizens and politicians later admitted to having used alcohol during Prohibition. President Harding kept the White House well stocked with bootleg liquor, though, as a Senator, he had voted for Prohibition. This discrepancy between legality and actual practice led to widespread comtempt for authority. Over time, more people drank illegally and so money ended up in gangsters' pockets. Arguments raged over the effectiveness of prohibition. It appears to have been successful in some parts of the country but overall led to an increase in lawlessness.

Alphonse Gabriel "Al" Capone (January 17, 1899 – January 25, 1947) was an Italian-American gangster who led a Prohibition-era crime syndicate. Known as the "Capones", the group was dedicated to smuggling and bootlegging liquor, and other illegal activities such as prostitution, in Chicago from the early 1920s to 1931.

Born in Brooklyn, New York to Italian immigrants, Capone became involved with gang activity at a young age after being expelled from school at age 14.[1] In his early twenties, he moved to Chicago to take advantage of a new opportunity to make money smuggling illegal alcoholic beverages into the city during Prohibition. He also engaged in various other criminal activities, including bribery of government figures and prostitution. Despite his illegitimate occupation, Capone became a highly visible public figure. He made various charitable endeavors using the money he made from his activities, and was viewed by many to be a "modern-day Robin Hood".[2]

However, Capone gained infamy when the public discovered his involvement in the Saint Valentine's Day Massacre, which resulted in the death of seven of Capone's rival gang members.[3] Capone's reign ended when he was found guilty of tax evasion, and sent to federal prison. His incarceration included a stay at Alcatraz federal prison. In the final years of Capone's life, his mental and physical health deteriorated rapidly due to neurosyphilis, a disease which he had contracted several years before. On January 25, 1947, he died from cardiac arrest after suffering a stroke.


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Arabic :

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Bulgarian :

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Chinese Simplified :

酒精、 公民,美国、 美国、 禁止、 酒精存储、 饮酒、 夜总会、 酒厂、 贩卖团伙走私、 私酒,朗姆酒转轮,海岸,Al Capone 教父、 同案犯、 警察、 芝加哥、 竞争对手、 德国牧羊犬,帮派战争、 联邦法官、 监狱、 监禁、 叔叔、 父亲、 侄子,哈里 · 哈特,


Czech :

alkohol, občane, USA, Spojené státy, zákaz, skladování alkoholu, požívání alkoholu, noční kluby, lihovary, obchodování s gangy, pašování, pašerák, Rum běžec, břehy, Al Capone, Kmotr, komplic, policista, Chicago, soupeř, německý ovčák, válka gangů, federální soudce, vězení, vězení, Harry Hart, strýc, otec, synovec, ,


Dutch :

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German :

Alkohol, Citizen, USA, Vereinigte Staaten, Verbot, Alkohol Lagerung, Alkohol zu trinken, Diskotheken, Brennereien, Handel mit Banden, Schmuggel, Schmuggler, Rum Runner, Ufer, Al Capone, Pate, Komplize, Polizist, Chicago, Rival, Deutscher Schäferhund, Bandenkrieg, Bundesrichter, Gefängnis, Haft, Harry Hart, Onkel, Vater, Neffen, ,


Greek :

αλκοόλ, πολίτη, ΗΠΑ, Ηνωμένες Πολιτείες, απαγόρευση, αποθήκευση αλκοόλ, κατανάλωση οινοπνεύματος, νυχτερινά κέντρα, αποστακτήρια, εμπορία συμμορίες, λαθρεμπόριο, λαθρέμπορος οινοπνευματώδων, ρούμι δρομέας, ακτές, Αλ Καπόνε, Νονός, συνεργός, αστυνομικός, Σικάγο, αντίπαλες, Γερμανικός Ποιμενικός, πόλεμο συμμοριών, Ομοσπονδιακή δικαστές, φυλακές, φυλάκιση, ο Χάρι Hart, θείος, πατέρας, ανιψιός, ,


Haitian Creole :

alkòl, sitwayen, nan Etazini nan Etazini, Interdiction, alkòl nan depo, alkòl bwè, bwatdenwi, distilleries, trafik gang yo, contrebande, bootlegger, ak wonm solèy, shores, Al Capone, arenn, konplis, polisye, Chicago, rival, Alman Shepherd, lagè gang, jij federal, prizon, D', Harry Hart, tonton, papa, neve, ,


Hebrew :

אלכוהול, אזרח, ארה ב, ארצות הברית, איסור, אלכוהול אחסון, שתיית אלכוהול, מועדוני לילה, ידי חיבור מאובטח, סחר כנופיות, הברחות, שתיין, רום ראנר, חופי, Al קאפונה, הסנדק, שותף, שוטר, שיקגו, יריבות, גרמנית שפרד, מלחמת כנופיות, שופט פדרלי, מאסר, מאסר, הארי הארט, דוד, אבא, אחיין שלי, ,


Hindi :

शराब, नागरिक, संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिका, संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिका, निषेध, शराब भंडारण, शराब पीने, नाइट क्लबों, डिस्टिलरी, तस्करी गिरोह, तस्करी, bootlegger, रम धावक, तटों, अल कैपोन, गॉडफादर, सहापराधी, पुलिसकर्मी, शिकागो, प्रतिद्वंद्वी, जर्मन शेफर्ड, गैंगवार, संघीय न्यायाधीशों, जेल, कारावास, हैरी हार्ट, चाचा, पिता, भतीजा, ,


Hungarian :

alkohol, citizen, USA, Amerikai Egyesült Államok, tilalom, alkoholt tároló, alkoholfogyasztás, éjszakai, szeszfőzde, csempészbandák, csempészet, Félfalábbal, Rum Runner, partok, Al Capone, Keresztapa, cinkosa, rendőr, Chicago, rivális, Német Pásztor, banda háború, a szövetségi bírák, a börtön, a szabadságvesztés, Harry Hart, bácsi, apa, unokaöccse, ,


Indonesian :

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Italian :

alcool, cittadino, USA, Stati Uniti, divieto, stoccaggio alcol, il consumo di alcool, discoteche, distillerie, traffico di bande, contrabbando, contrabbandiere, Rum Runner, rive, Al Capone, Padrino, complice, poliziotto, Chicago, pastore tedesco, rivale, guerra di bande, giudici federali, carcere, carcere, Harry Hart, zio, padre, nipote, ,


Japanese :

アルコール、市民、アメリカ合衆国、アメリカ合衆国、禁止、アルコール ストレージ、アルコールを飲んで、ナイトクラブ、蒸留所、ギャング、密輸、密売、ラム酒のランナー、海岸、アル人身売買、ゴッドファーザー、共犯者、警官、Capone、シカゴ、ライバル、ドイツの羊飼い、ギャング戦争、連邦裁判所判事、刑務所、監禁、ハリーの雄鹿、叔父、父、甥、,


Lithuanian :

alkoholis, pilietis, JAV, JAV, draudimas, alkoholio saugojimo, alkoholio vartojimas, naktiniai klubai, degtinės, prekybos žmonėmis nusikalstamomis grupuotėmis, kontrabanda, bootlegger, romas bėgikas, krantų, Al Capone, krikštatėvis, bendrininkas, policininkas, Chicago, varžovų, Vokiečių aviganis, gaujų karas, federalinių teisėjų, kalėjimas, laisvės atėmimo bausmė, Harry Hart, dėdė, tėvas, sūnėnas, ,


Romanian :

alcool, cetăţean, Statele Unite ale Americii, Statele Unite, interzicerea, depozitare alcool, consumul de alcool, cluburi de noapte, distilerii, traficului de bandele, contrabandă, bootlegger, ROM Runner, malul, Al Capone, naşul, complice, poliţist, Chicago, rivale, germană Shepherd, de război bande, judecătorii federali, închisoare, închisoare, Harry Hart, unchiul, tatăl, nepotul, ,


Slovak :

alkohol, občan, USA, Spojené štáty, zákaz, skladovanie alkoholu, pitie alkoholu, nočné kluby, liehovary, obchodovanie gangy, pašovaním, bootlegger, Rum Runner, brehy, Al Capone, kmotor, komplic, policajt, Chicago, súper, nemecký ovčiak, gang vojny, Federálny sudca, väzenia, trest odňatia slobody, Harry Hart, strýko, otec, synovca, ,


Spanish :

alcohol, ciudadano, USA, Estados Unidos, prohibición, almacenamiento de alcohol, beber alcohol, discotecas, destilerías, tráfico de pandillas, contrabando, contrabandista, Rum Runner, costas, Al Capone, padrino, cómplice, policía, Chicago, rival, German Shepherd, guerra de pandillas, jueces federales, cárcel, cárcel, Harry Hart, tío, padre, sobrino, ,


Vietnamese :

rượu, công dân, Hoa Kỳ, Hoa Kỳ, Cấm, rượu lí, uống rượu, câu lạc bộ đêm, chưng cất, buôn bán băng nhóm, buôn lậu, bootlegger, Rum Runner, shores, Al Capone, bố già, đồng lõa, cảnh sát, Chicago, đối thủ, Đức Shepherd, chiến tranh băng đảng, thẩm phán liên bang, nhà tù, bị cầm tù, Harry Hart, chú, cha, cháu trai, ,


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