interwar


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interwar

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

interwar

adj years, periodzwischen den Weltkriegen; interwar BritainGroßbritannien in der Zeit zwischen den Weltkriegen
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Billy Mitchell's War with the Navy: The Interwar Rivalry over Air Power by Thomas Wildenberg.
The Republic of Men: Gender and the Political Parties in Interwar France, by Geoff Read.
7) The result is a highly readable account of day-to-day working conditions in the early trucking industry that is accessible to a popular readership, that does not bog down in details about automotive technology, and that will be of interest to labour, rural, and business historians who study Canada's interwar years.
The interwar period had a "perception of a lack of great figures" (p.
Objective: No comprehensive attempt has yet been made to cover the history of Muslims in interwar Europe.
Using recently declassified files of the British Security Service (MI5), "The Secret War Between the Wars: MI5 In The 1920s And 1930s" details the operations and trade craft of British intelligence to thwart Communist revolutionaries, Soviet agents, and Nazi sympathizers during the interwar period.
A stated objective was to "document the inter-service rivalry over air power," primarily during the interwar period.
July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- While thousands of novels focus on the drama of the two World Wars, the Interwar period is often ignored.
Billy Mitchell's War with the Navy: The Interwar Rivalry Over Air Power" by naval aviation historian Thomas Wildenberg is a 288 page compendium providing a detailed descriptive history of the role Billy Mitchell played in the development of United States military air power and the inter-military service conflicts that lead to his court martial and posthumous exoneration.
Zero hours: Conceptual Insecurities and New Beginnings in the Interwar Period
These preconceptions were often informed by and agreed with the interwar eugenics discourse.
The composer, conductor and pianist Miroslav Ponc is a little explored and thus overlooked figure of the Czech interwar avant-garde.