The 20th century began on January 1, 1901 and ended on December 31, 2000. The 20th century saw two world wars and a Cold War, the rise and fall of the Soviet Union, the coming of the telephone, sound recording, movies and television, airplanes, atomic weapons, genetics and DNA, computers and electronics in general.
20th Century Studios, Inc. (often shortened to 20th Century) is an American film studio currently owned by The Walt Disney Studios, a division of Disney Entertainment, in turn a division of The Walt Disney Company.  It is headquartered at the Fox Studio Lot in the Century City area of Los Angeles. 
The Roaring Twenties, sometimes stylized as Roaring '20s, refers to the 1920s decade in music and fashion, as it happened in Western society and Western culture.
The 21st Century (1967-1970). The 20th Century with Mike Wallace (1994-2005). The Twentieth Century was a documentary television program that ran on the CBS network from 1957 until 1966. The series produced 112 historical compilation films and 107 "originally photographed documentaries" or contemporary documentaries, each running a half-hour.
Established in 1982, it served as its own distinct home video distribution arm of Fox Entertainment Group. On March 20, 2019, The Walt Disney Company acquired 21st Century Fox, and as a result, 20th Century Home Entertainment's operations were folded into Disney's own home entertainment division. It now operates as a brand label of Walt Disney ...
20th-century philosophy covers thinkers who wrote and produced ideas in philosophy during the twentieth century. New ways of thinking about problems were put forward following the success of science and advances in mathematics and other areas of study. Philosophy after 1900 became more professionalized. Philosophers gradually split between two ...
Dec 31, 2000 · The 20th century began on 1 January 1901 , and ended on 31 December 2000 . It was the last century of the 2nd millennium and was marked by new models of scientific understanding, unprecedented scopes of warfare, new modes of communication that would operate at nearly instant speeds, and new forms of art and entertainment.