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interwar

of or happening in the period between World War I and World War II
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Francoise Noel, Family and Community Life in Northeastern Ontario: The Interwar Years (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2009)
Interwar tax changes typically had small effects on revenues (because tax rates were low for most households) and even smaller effects on budget deficits (because taxes and spending usually changed in the same direction).
But this course was always unpopular with Germans, who, given the interwar legacy, worried about inflation and its implications.
Traditionally, scholars of race in the interwar years have focused on the role played by the production of high art--literature, painting, sculpture--in the project of race uplift.
First Interwar Float (April 1919 to April 1925): The pound floated against the dollar until May 1925, when Britain resumed payments in gold, at the prewar parity.
2-3) acknowledges that The General Theory is his response to interwar UK economic outcomes and policies.
As in the interwar period, dystopian nightmare and utopian dreams go together, quite often in the same people.
Neilson traces Anglo-Soviet relations throughout the interwar years, but the focus of the book is on the last phase--1933 to 1939.
97), to the middle-aged heroine of the domestic everyday, Celia (1937), with its 'power struggle between the women and between husbands and wives over who controls the domestic space' (p.133), up to her last novel, Chatterton Square (1947), in which 'the house replicates the contentious rebuilding of society and the interrogation of Englishness in the interwar years' (p.
But overall, this is an engaging, well-written article which makes a useful contribution to Olympic history, the colorful history and culture of fencing, and European interwar diplomacy.
Complete Poems is a volume that no student of the Harlem Renaissance, the leftist interwar period, dissident sexuality studies, the Catholic worker movement, or negritude, diaspora, and Caribbean language literature can live without.
Two particular periods, the interwar years (1919-1939) and the post World War II period, provide a good treatment about how some Europeans tried to preserve, maintain, and create peace.