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  • adj. Alternative spelling of interwar.

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Examples

  • In inter-war Britain, she keeps her head about her when a dead body is found in the cucumber patch.

    Sunday sleuth

  • During the whole inter-war period, Mowinckel was one of the most prominent non-socialist politicians in Norway.

    Bio - Johan Ludwig Mowinckel

  • More recent studies, in particular Marion Shaw's perceptive reappraisal, The Clear Stream, have demonstrated a much broader basis to her work, and have pointed to her connections with a variety of inter-war groups dedicated to political and social reform.

    Winifred Holtby's South Riding

  • Tamara threw herself into the inter-war life of decadence and debauchery in the name of a good cause – her success as a beautiful, scandalous woman artist.

    Reading Notes « Tales from the Reading Room

  • In the inter-war period, the American political system adopted a bi-partisan policy of keeping Canada under a permanent military occupation, offering Canadians no prospect of regaining their independence but also not seriously considering the option of annexation and of extending civil rights and the protections of the US Constitution.

    Matthew Yglesias » My Long-Awaited Revenge

  • Zelig 1983 is a brilliant riff on America's permanent identity crisis, the national belief in the ability to reinvent the self, and it takes the form of a wholly fake, but completely convincing documentary of a fictive inter-war celebrity, Leonard Zelig, known as "the human chameleon".

    Zelig; Hannah and Her Sisters – review

  • Zelig 1983 is a brilliant riff on America's permanent identity crisis, the national belief in the ability to re-invent the self, and it takes the form of a wholly fake, but completely convincing documentary of a fictive inter-war celebrity, Leonard Zelig, known as "the human chameleon".

    Zelig/Hannah and Her Sisters – review

  • Miles Hawk (a character in the 3rd book) is in fact a racing aircraft made by Miles Aircraft in the inter-war period.

    Jasper Fforde discusses Shades of Grey, the first in a trilogy set in a future world recognizable as our own - but only just

  • I'm glad you made that stark contrast between Wheatley and his successors who've been running Scottish Labour since the inter-war period.

    In Defence of The Working Class - John Wheatley

  • I do wonder what she would have been were she brought up in Germany in the inter-war years?

    Margaret Beckett

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