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post-war

adj
happening or existing after a war: the early post-war years.
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post-war

[ˈpəʊstˈwɔːʳ] ADJde la posguerra
the post-war periodla pos(t)guerra

post-war

adjNachkriegs-; event alsoin der Nachkriegszeit; post-war eraNachkriegszeit f; of the post-war eraaus der Nachkriegszeit; post-war Londondas London der Nachkriegszeit
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My Birmingham-born 84-yearold uncle Phil told me in correspondence that he found post-war Britain so depressing that he emigrated to Christchurch, New Zealand, in 1947, aged only 19, hoping for a better life and he has lived there ever since.
It also shows that the effect of aid on economic growth during the period of war is either weak or non-existent and that aid during the pre-war period was marginally more effective than aid during the post-war period.
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