inter-war


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inter-war

[ˌɪntəˈwɔːʳ] ADJ the inter-war yearsel período de entreguerras
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Richard Burton, Anthony Hopkins and Michael Sheen are its most famous faces but since the inter-war years it has produced at least 50 actors who have graced the stage, film screen, television and radio.
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.
Mobile applications creation, Refuse disposal and treatmentdelivery of the inter-war modernist architecture (about 14 481 EUR).
Chris Braithwaite: Mariner, Renegade and Castaway-Seamen's Organizer, Socialist and Militant Pan-Africanist (Socialist History Society/Redwords, 2014) by Christian Hogsbjerg is a biography of Chris Braithwaite (1885-1944), a leading organizer of colonial seamen in inter-war Britain of African descent from Barbados.
OPENING in a famous European hotel lobby, director Wes Anderson's new inter-war film plays out in a colourful fantasy world which suddenly has relevance to the current Ukraine crisis too.
Among the topics are folk psychology and its implications for cognitive science, perception and action in East and West, neural nets from Hartley and Hebb to Hinton, a biographical introduction to James Sully's Studies of Childhood, relations between psychical research and academic psychology in Britain during the inter-war period, and the other woman.
SINCE the end of the Second World War many people have seen the inter-war period as an age of unmitigated economic failure, marked by mass unemployment, hunger marches, including the famous Jarrow March of 1936, and lengthening dole queues.
Born on June 9, 1917 in Alexandria, Egypt, Hobsbawm was schooled in Vienna in the inter-war period before leaving for Berlin in 1931.
But this social democratic model was not really available for export: Sweden was in an unusually advantageous position in the inter-war period, with no deep constitutional conflicts, and--apart from the Aland Islands--no significant national minorities (p.