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interwar

(ˌɪntəˈwɔː)
adj
(Historical Terms) of or happening in the period between World War I and World War II
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interwar

adj years, periodzwischen den Weltkriegen; interwar BritainGroßbritannien in der Zeit zwischen den Weltkriegen
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In the tense buildup to World War II, a Romanian Jewish student finds himself stranded within the dialogue of the interwar period, isolated from his Jewish classmates and under siege by rampant anti-Semitism.
This study draws on interviews with 15 British women who were young during the interwar period, to explore the fashions, music, dance, and other leisure pursuits of working glass girls and young women who worked in new light industries and new production processes during the 1920s and 1930s.
The interwar period has so far defied easy categorization.
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Kaunas bid under the slogan "ConTEMPOrary Capital", an allusion to the city's identity as Lithuania's temporary capital during the interwar period.
I begin with this blog post because the uneven geographically distributed perpetual worry of the twenty-first century holds close affective and geographic ties to Saint-Amour's electrifying study of the affective states of interwar Britain.
They represent an investigation of interwar African-American critiques of racism and colonialism.
With the Navy's recent efforts to reinvigorate war gaming, there has been renewed interest in the interwar gaming conducted at the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island.
The Soviet-Polish Peace of 1921 and the Creation of Interwar Europe, by Jerzy Borzecki.
While World War II is the book's focal time period, the section on the interwar years offers a look at the efforts of men such as Arnold, Eaker, Spaatz, Doolittle, and LeMay to transform the air forces of the US military from a poor approximation of those of her WWI allies and enemies into a world-class power.
Billy Mitchell's War with the Navy: The Interwar Rivalry over Air Power by Thomas Wildenberg.
The interwar period had a "perception of a lack of great figures" (p.