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interwar

of or happening in the period between World War I and World War II
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The author's assessment of this phenomenon would have been enlightening, especially since the book does resurrect Robinson as a major African-American aviator of the interwar period, stimulate the growing interest of blacks in aviation, and emphasize his indirect influence on African-American military aviation as embodied by the Tuskegee Airmen.
7) in the three chosen cities in the interwar period. It soon becomes clear, however, that Lewis's goals transcend the merely historiographic.
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. Its main competitor, the port city of Klaipeda, which teamed up with the resorts of Neringa and Palanga for the project, presented itself as a meeting place and a changing and vibrant city.
The final section of this first chapter examines how the lack of stable, meaningful values and referents in the interwar period produced an environment of profound crisis, nihilism, and sense of transition, for which intellectuals sought viable solutions through a radical reconfiguration of humankind associated with vanguard creativity.
Ricardo and the History of Japanese Economic Thought: A selection of Ricardo studies in Japan During the Interwar Period, edited by S.
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 sculptor belongs to the generation of Cypriot artists born during the interwar period. He was part of the movement which synchronised Cypriot art with international developments in the field.
The interwar period had a "perception of a lack of great figures" (p.
Using recently declassified files of the British Security Service (MI5), "The Secret War Between the Wars: MI5 In The 1920s And 1930s" details the operations and trade craft of British intelligence to thwart Communist revolutionaries, Soviet agents, and Nazi sympathizers during the interwar period. "The Secret War Between the Wars: MI5 In The 1920s And 1930s" is a new study which charts the development of British intelligence methods and policies in the early twentieth century and illuminates the fraught path of intelligence leading to the Second World War.
Our study is focused on the legislative actions undertaken by the Romanian state during the interwar period, in the context of foreign capital accumulation.