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interwar

of or happening in the period between World War I and World War II
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Simply put, the author is masterful in his simultaneous presentation of airpower's perception and reality in the interwar period.
Thankfully, this Interwar period is the focus of 'Caledonian Skies,' a gripping new novel from Hugh Wilson.
Klapper's story ends at this pivotal moment, but she suggests that the legacy of Jewish women's activism in the interwar period would have a considerable effect on the social and political movements of the later twentieth century.
Art Deco emerged from the Interwar period when rapid industrialization was transforming culture.
In addition to composing and theorising about "colour music" and synthesis of optic-acoustic phenomena, in the interwar period Pone also devoted to the visual arts.
Peto and Johnston were associated with the creation of high luxury, yet for many foreign visitors it was the simplicity and naturalness of the region that appealed in the interwar period.
As a member of the faculty, he taught thousands of soldiers the technical skills to be Signal operators during the interwar period.
1995 Janet Hutchison, "Home Economists and Better Homes During the Interwar Period.
On the other hand, Fidesz pays tribute to anti-Semitic writers of the interwar period, such as Albert Wass and Jozsef Nyiro, or expresses right-wing extremist positions in regime-friendly newspapers," he said.
The author juxtaposes their lives during the Great War when Ike trained troops back home and Truman commanded troops in France and during their formative years of the interwar period.
Drawing from the anthropological discourse of the interwar period, Fore shows that if the "new man" envisioned in the figurative practices of Weimar Germany might seem at the center of the universe, he is in fact a prosthetic man: He has become a mere organ of that universe, which is now fully one of techniques and media.
The vehicle for this analysis shall be a comparison of the two evolutionary poles of the radical right wing political planning: the regenerative plans concocted by ideologues in the interwar period, and today's Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary.