I'm not sure if this statement is grammatically correct. It sounds fine, but I'm not sure if the 'with the...' part is right.
With the end of the Great War came a great revolution in the entertainment industry.
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'With the end of the Great War' is a prepositional phrase which acts as adverb in the sentence. The adverbial prepositional phrase modifies the verb 'came'. In cases where the prepositional phrases are positioned at the beginning of the sentence, it is also possible reverse the positioning of the phrases in order to test whether or not the whole sentence is gramatically sound. See FE's comment above.