Did you perhaps mean postwar?
- post- + war (Wiktionary)
“Mass housing became the watchword of post-war planners.”
“But some questions remain, because as Colin Powell once said when referring to post-war Iraq, the "Pottery Barn Rule" now applies.”
“In 1952 in the midst of the post-war religious boom, Republican Dwight Eisenhower received exactly the same percentage of support 59 percent among Americans who attended religious services frequently and among those who never attended.”
“The competition, which began in the mid-1950s out of a need to test technology for cross-border TV linkups in the spirit of post-war friendship, changed its voting rules this year following criticism that relying on phone-in votes, in which people supported neighboring or friendly nations, had become too political.”
“In the post-war years, madras short-sleeve shirts tucked into brightly colored trousers was a popular country-club look.”
“However, elements of abstraction in this work parallel Baselitz's own age and inability, as a young child, to entirely assimilate what was happening around him from his birth through the gloom of the early post-war period.”
“Since the IMF was established, the head has traditionally been reserved for a European, given the ownership structure of the bank and the immediate needs of post-war reconstruction, while the head of the World Bank has gone to an American and the Secretary General of the United Nations has rotated among regions.”
“Edinburgh's post-war architecture is celebrated in a new book.”
“My favorite books growing up, the ones I happily read over and over, were Susan Cooper's The Dark is Rising series, a five-part mythological mystery adventure series set in post-war Britain and Wales, where a small troupe of plucky kids overcomes an ancient evil with the help of their Merlin-like great uncle.”
“Now he looked like he was wishing he had gone to see Bridget Jones's Diary instead of attending that night class on Labour's post-war agricultural policy.”
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