inter-war

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inter-war

[ˌɪntəˈwɔːʳ] ADJ the inter-war yearsel período de entreguerras
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In connection with the separate shutdown, During the interwar period, The rainwater system will be connected at a central point to the existing common settlement system until the kagspark is refurbished in 2023.
Chronological chapters range from the interwar period to recent efforts of Turkish Muslims in Cologne to build one of EuropeAEs largest mosques.
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.
The interwar period has so far defied easy categorization.
7) in the three chosen cities in the interwar period.
During the interwar period, when conservatives opted to collaborate with authoritarian and fascist parties, democracy died as a result.
Kaunas bid under the slogan "ConTEMPOrary Capital", an allusion to the city's identity as Lithuania's temporary capital during the interwar period.
Items ranging from handwoven fabrics and carpets, to stylised furniture and homeware, crafted in Birmingham, the Black Country and beyond are on display - with products dating from the interwar period to the 1980s.
The lack of awareness on the part of the Polish educated classes that the time had long passed for polonization of Ukrainians caused major mistakes in policy toward Ukrainians during the interwar period.
The author, a historian specializing in naval aviation development, delivers a balanced account of the ideas, people, and events that prompted the airpower debate in the interwar period.
The sculptor belongs to the generation of Cypriot artists born during the interwar period.
The interwar period had a "perception of a lack of great figures" (p.