The Battlefield of Bacchus: Today in History

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Darlings, did you know that on this day in history in 1933, national Prohibition on the sale, manufacture, and distribution  of alcohol was ended in the United States with the passage of the 21st Amendment?  To read more, go check out Today in History with Eva Halloween on Superficial Gallery!

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8 replies

  1. Let’s drink a toast on this the 80th anniversary of the demise of the Volstead Act! L’chaim, sweetie!! :)

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