20th Century: '10s or '20s?

Can you identify the correct decade for these 20th century events? For 1910s enter 1, and for 1920s enter 2.

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Event(1)0s or (2)0s
Treaty of Versailles
Mexican Revolution began
Stalin became leader of the Soviet Union
Franz Ferdinand assassinated
'Mein Kampf' published
Arizona admitted to the Union
Walt Disney Company founded
Mark Twain died
Roald Amundsen reached the South Pole
Egypt gained independence from the UK
Bubble gum invented
RMS Lusitania sunk
Ernest Rutherford discovered the proton
Soviet Union formed
Armenian genocide in the Ottoman Empire started
Event(1)0s or (2)0s
World population reached 2 billion
First use of poison gas on the battlefield
Pahlavi Dynasty rose to power in Iran
Implementation of Daylight saving time
Türkiye became a secular republic
Tsar Nicholas II and his family murdered
Northern Ireland created within the UK
Mussolini formed National Fascist Party
Gandhi launched non-cooperation movement
Adolf Hitler became Führer of the Nazi Party
Vladimir Lenin died
Grigory Rasputin assassinated
Hirohito became Emperor of Japan
Union of South Africa created
Vatican City recognized as a sovereign state

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