inter-war


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inter-war

[ˌɪntəˈwɔːʳ] ADJ the inter-war yearsel período de entreguerras
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His account looks at the framework of the conventional debate, the great confusion over the right of self-defence: the Caroline incident revisited, the right of self-defence before World War I, the right of self-defence as it developed during the inter-war period, the relationship between the two conceptions of self-defence, and the right of self-defence in the Travaux Preparatoires of the United Nations Charter.
One can break up the last century from 1918 into three sections; the inter-war years in which Liberalism declined, the 35 years from 1945 in which both major parties shared power equally, and the period from the early '80s which has left the country in political chaos.
Since the 1980s he has become an important spokesman for the Afro-German consciousness movement, acting as a human link between the first Afro-German community of the inter-war period, the Pan-Africanism of the 1950s and 1960s, and new generations of Germans of African descent.
Architecturally, Birdwood House has elements of several Inter-War styles, including Free Classical and Georgian external features and Art Deco interior detailing.
Modernism, art and literature: A reflection on Europe and Turkey in the inter-war period During the inter-war period, European authoritarian regimes' perception of art and literature was closely related with their view on modernism.
Around 5,000 pubs were built during the inter-war years.
At least 5,000 pubs were built during the inter-war years but they are an overlooked and threatened building type, with few surviving today.
The first episode looks at how national unity was tested in the 1920s and 30s with class conflict, soaring unemployment and widespread civil unrest, but despite these upheavals, those growing up in the inter-war years remember much that was positive about life.
A fashionable architect in the inter-war years, Williams-Ellis' ''' other works include buildings at Stowe in Buckinghamshire, and groups of cottages at Cornwell, Oxfordshire; Tattenhall in Cheshire and County Antrim.
Born on June 9, 1917 in Alexandria, Egypt, Hobsbawm was schooled in Vienna in the inter-war period before leaving for Berlin in 1931.
Among his topics are the origins of the Salvation Army and its musical world, who Slater was, musical participation 1878-1913, Eric Ball and the inter-war years 1919-39, and Slater and his musical legacy.