1920's Men's Hairstyles?

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The 1920's was a time of rebellion and self awareness for the youth of that generation. Most people associate the 1920's with the flapper movement of the women in that time, but it was also a time of style change for the man of that time as well. A popular style was for their hair to be greased back away from their forehead, and parted on either the right side or the left side. Another popular style was the military short cut.
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