1930s

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Noun1.1930s - the decade from 1930 to 1939
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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Following an unprecedented level of interest, only four of the UK's favourite housestyle now remain for sale at The Beeches, Oyster Homes' unique 1930's style all-bungalow development in West Lothian.
He told funny anecdotes about Grant, Stewart, Hepburn, Cukor and lots of others in the Hollywood of the 1930's.
With a background in reading and English education, I know how to analyze each word choice and literary convention, but none of that helped when I chose to document stories told by my parents who grew up in the 1930's in the Mississippi Delta.
The drive in the 1930's to restrict banking activities occurred in many countries.
American Experience: The 1930's is an anthology of documentaries on DVD reflecting upon America's history during the turbulent 1930's, an era best known for the crushing impact of the Great Depression.
Today, Al Fara'a Properties affirmed its intention to complete its 1930's New York-styled Manhattan Luxury Apartments Project on schedule.
The diner's branding utilizes a mixture of art deco and New York City 1930's themes, along with images from superhero comic books, murals and advertisements from the 1930's.
Before the cowboy singer took over as Country music's mascot in the 1930's, it was the mountain man of the 1920's, romanticized by novels and the "Great War" hero, Alvin "Tennessee Mountain Boy" York, that exemplified an earlier, rural, unfettered Anglo-Saxon America for a urban North, heavy with European immigrants.
When Nazi Germany forced thousands of Jewish scholars and professionals to flee in the 1930's and early 1940's, many disciplines in the United States made significant efforts to help their persecuted colleagues.
Founded in the 1930's, ABI Building Data gathers, processes and delivers information on forthcoming construction projects.
Revisit the grand charm of Paris in the early 1930's.
This devotion began in Germany in the 1930's and was apparently successful even here in North America.