inter-war


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inter-war

[ˌɪntəˈwɔːʳ] ADJ the inter-war yearsel período de entreguerras
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It's regarded as one of the finest examples of a 1920s public house in Britain - and the best example of an inter-war pub in Wales.
In Paris during the late 1960s, Greek Communist Poulantzas wrote this long and difficult book about inter-war fascism in response to two contemporary events.
It built more than 200 ships before going bust in 1925 at a time British industry struggled in the inter-war years.
Each toy has its own story and many come from various corners of the world ndash Japan, China, Russia, the US, Germany, Austria, Italy as well as Arabic countries."There is a plush mouse from the inter-war era.
Paris, Nov.2(BNA): French President Emmanuel Macron warned against the dangerous surge of populism plaguing Europe, cautioning against political tendencies which are comparable to those in the inter-war years in the 1920s.
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.
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.