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PEOPLE
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NEOCLASSICAL ECONOMICS
LATIN MUSIC
IRREDENTISM
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POLAND
ECONOMIC PROSPERITY
VICTORIAN ERA
WORLD WAR
SECOND POLISH REPUBLIC
VILNIUS REGION
INTERWAR PERIOD
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Definitions

  1. The interwar period was a time of big expansion of the Jewish community in Lublin.
  2. In the interwar period, the Royal Navy lost much of its power.
  3. During the interwar period, the constitutional capital was Vilnius, although the city itself was annexed by Poland (see History of Vilnius for more details).

People

  1. In the interwar period the Polish presence fell from 3,000 people to 2,000 people. (Web site)

Communist Parties

  1. Throughout much of the interwar period, socialist and Communist parties were in continuous conflict.

Neoclassical Economics

  1. The interwar period in American economics has been argued to have been pluralistic, with neoclassical economics and institutialism competing for allegiance. (Web site)

Latin Music

  1. Latin music and dance grew steady in popularity during the interwar period.

Irredentism

  1. Therefore, Hungarian politics and culture of the interwar period was dominated by irredentism (the restoration of historical "Greater Hungary").

Sociology

  1. In Europe, in the Interwar period, sociology generally was both attacked by increasingly totalitarian governments and rejected by conservative universities. (Web site)

Poland

  1. During the interwar period, part of western Podole was part of Poland. (Web site)

Economic Prosperity

  1. Despite these problems Poland managed in the interwar period to achieve a state of economic prosperity on par with Western Europe.

Victorian Era

  1. London's metropolitan area ('the metropolis') grew considerably during the Victorian era and again during the Interwar period.

World War

  1. The following parties were all active in Romania in the interwar period and, in some cases, through and after World War II. See also Kingdom of Romania. (Web site)
  2. In the interwar period and after World War II, Denmark adopted much social welfare legislation and a system of progressive taxation. (Web site)

Second Polish Republic

  1. Naliboki was part of the Second Polish Republic throughout the interwar period. (Web site)
  2. The Polish-Romanian Alliance was a series of treaties signed in the interwar period by the Second Polish Republic and the Kingdom of Romania. (Web site)
  3. During the interwar period in the Second Polish Republic he further continued his military career.

Vilnius Region

  1. Poles are concentrated in the Vilnius region, area controlled by Poland in the interwar period.
  2. Vilnius region refers to territory of Lithuania which was under Polish control in the interwar period. (Web site)

Interwar Period

  1. In the interwar period (1920–1944) Hungary remained a constitutional monarchy without a reigning monarch. (Web site)
  2. Moldova was part of Romania during the interwar period and linguists agree that the Moldovan language is identical to Romanian.
  3. During the interwar period, the constitutional capital was Vilnius, although the city itself was annexed by Poland from 1920 to 1939. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Countries > European Union > Poland > Vilnius Region
  2. Countries > European Union > Poland > Second Polish Republic
  3. Reigning Monarch
  4. Victorian Era
  5. Constitutional Monarchy
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