interwar

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interwar

of or happening in the period between World War I and World War II
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Fracture is not a comprehensive global history of the interwar period.
By the interwar period, Penang had seen Singapore eclipse it in commercial terms, and Kuala Lumpur in administrative terms.
Our own era is not remotely comparable to the interwar period, and today's populists are not fascists.
Simply put, the author is masterful in his simultaneous presentation of airpower's perception and reality in the interwar period.
Daniel Albright [Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2004], 3), but also that composer-critic relationships, their letters, and the critics' resulting discourse should be mined in order to understand the construction of the interwar period.
This ambitious study encapsulating four nations over thirty years successfully outlines how the Physical Training and Recreation Program in Britain, Physical Welfare and Recreation Program in New Zealand, and National Fitness Programs in Australia and Canada all received wide-ranging political support in the interwar period.
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.
Our study is focused on the legislative actions undertaken by the Romanian state during the interwar period, in the context of foreign capital accumulation.
Zero hours: Conceptual Insecurities and New Beginnings in the Interwar Period
Housing was short during the interwar period, and it must have been that these 13 empty buildings were seen as a good starting point for some desperately-needed housing.
Art Deco emerged from the Interwar period when rapid industrialization was transforming culture.
From an idealisation of Church-State relations and turning a blind eye to the Legionary episode for the Interwar period to the penitential or self-justifying discourse and the invention of a "post-communist anti-communism" (4), we examine the issues involved in choosing between these alternative discourses, as well as their consequences in the Romanian post-communist public space.