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interwar

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

adj years, periodzwischen den Weltkriegen; interwar BritainGroßbritannien in der Zeit zwischen den Weltkriegen
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Movies and community dances also became prominent in North Bay during the interwar years.
In the incentive effects of marginal tax rates: evidence from the interwar era (NBER Working Paper No.
But German concerns about stability -- founded on its catastrophic interwar experience -- push in the opposite direction.
African American-Clare Corbould begins and ends her engaging, thoughtful study of African American identity formation during the interwar years with a discussion or the relevance of terminology in African American history.
Their study encompassed three fixed rate periods: the classical gold standard, the interwar gold exchange standard, and Bretton Woods, and three floating periods: two interwar intervals and the post-Bretton Woods float.
A BUBBLE IN TIME: AMERICA DURING THE INTERWAR YEARS, 1989-2001 provides a powerful survey of the decade leading up to the second Bush presidency and 2001, offering a view of the prosperous 1990s and the evolution of terrorism, struggles abroad, and botched government programs and arrogance.
Leading intellectuals in interwar Europe believed that they lived in a world made derelict by God's absence and the interruption of his call.
economy during World War I and the interwar period.
Alongside dystopian nightmares, interwar Britain was haunted by utopian dreams.
Keith Neilson, professor of history at the Royal Military College of Canada, has provided a useful contribution to the body of knowledge of this subject by examining a key piece of the interwar puzzle--why did British leaders maintain their faith in post-Versailles notions of collective security, even as crises throughout the 1930s shattered hopes that a second global conflict could be avoided?
Chiara Briganti and Kathy Mezei begin by tracing the social factors that led to the rise of the interwar domestic novel: mass housing projects, advertisements on homemaking, the 'paperback revolution', and the proliferation of women's magazines.
examine the Putili affair from five different vantage points: (1) within the context of Italian fascism, (2) in regard to national identity, (3) from the standpoint of conflict between the IOC and international federations, (4) with respect to the aristocratic masculinity inherent in interwar fencing, and (5) through the eyes of the press in France, Italy, and elsewhere.