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Detroit during Prohibition: Bootlegger's dream town

Prohibition became the law in 1920 and ended in 1933. Detroit police examine the illegal hooch nabbed in a raid during the 1920s. The beer-making name, Stroh, still survives.

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Detroit during Prohibition: Bootlegger's dream town