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Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel was a gangster, bootlegger, illegal gambler, an associate of the Gambino crime family, and the founder of the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Al capone chicago gangster reward depression era poster

Although this poster is from the early 30's, Al Capone was notorious throughout the roaring twenties. (Hana NRMS)

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Italian Mafia Pictures | New York mafia circa 1929, about the time the mafia was getting its ...

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Virginia Hill (1916-1966) was one of the most famous female mobsters. She was a courier for the national crime syndicate, moving thousands of dollars from one mobster to the next, even overseas. She purportedly slept with many gangsters, but was Bugsy Siegel's girlfriend. She fled to Austria after the Government went after her for tax evasion. She died on the ski slopes of Salzburg, Austria after ingesting a heavy dose of sleeping pills. She was 49 years old.

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George "Machine Gun Kelly" Barnes

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Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel (February 28, 1906 – June 20, 1947) was an American gangster who was involved with the Genovese crime family. Siegel was known to be mercurial and ruthless with associates. Because of his notoriously quick and violent temper, he was one of the most "infamous and feared gangsters of his day". On June 20 1947 as he sat reading the LA Times he was shot through the window several times. No one was ever charged with his murder.

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John Dillinger- 1930s Gangster Real men are old school gangsters:)

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J.Gotti and Charles Carneglia

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Famous Gangsters: Dutch Schultz.Dutch Schultz was a New York City-area German-Jewish American mobster of the 1920s and 1930s who made his fortune in organized crime-related activities such as bootlegging alcohol and the numbers racket.

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The Great Gatsby in 1920: Gangster and Mafia in 1920s

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