post-war

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  • Info A post-war period or postwar period is the interval immediately following the ending of a war and enduring as long as war does not resume. more...
  • As a result, the post-war years saw a record increase in student numbers.
  • Post-war America saw the rise of the middle class as an economic force.
  • At this conference the post-war international economic structure was designed.
  • Most buildings are single-family homes constructed in the post-war period.
  • The immediate post-war period in Canada was not a time of peace.
  • After the war, he works for the government in the post-war territories.
  • Post war he served in the Canadian navy for some time.
  • The post-war period was a time of great social change for Italian Americans.
  • Significant population growth occurred in the post-war years.
  • The city, like many others in the South, suffered from post-war depression.
  • In post-war stories it has all the characteristics of the Soviet military.
  • From the late 1960s the post war generation gained political influence.
  • Another element of grand strategy is the management of the post-war peace.
  • Despite its success in the war, Britain experienced a difficult time in the post-war world.
  • Artists, therefore, represent the only hope for post-war society.
  • It was a very successful show and led to something of a post-war renaissance of interest.
  • After the war those who returned to post war Germany were considered expellees.
  • The establishment of a mining industry continued the high level of economic growth in the post-war period.
  • Post-war, however, there was a struggle to keep people in the profession.
  • In the post-war period, new corporate new towns were developed.
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