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Synonyms for 1930s

the decade from 1930 to 1939

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Critique: A Barnstormer Aviator: My Personal Journey to Scarf and Goggles Flying in the 1930s lives up to its title as a riveting, firsthand testimony of the pioneer days of aviation.
Stephen Jones, chief executive of UK Finance, has warned that a no-deal Brexit, which he termed as an 'avoidable catastrophe,' could set the nation back to the 1930s when it underwent a contraction.
This study of American literature and politics during the 1930s considers how American writers John Steinbeck, Richard Wright, and Ernest Hemingway responded to the rise of the Popular Front and other Leftist movements in the 1930s.
"My collaborator and I sent our stand-in to the 1930s Shanghai to make the story.
Now, complete with 9512966an hour-long programme on each year from the 1930s, 40s, 50s or 60s, these 3- disc sets provide a definitive insight into the decade of your choice.
Since being built in the 1930s, our house has only had four owners who have all kept or restored the original features.'' Walk into the house and you'll soon see evidence of its 1930s origins with deep skirtingboards, ceiling coving, original stained glass leaded lights which have been restored and placed into hardwood triple glazed frames, a large Art Deco fireplace and a full-length arched window half way up the staircase.
Synopsis: Even though the First World War had ended, the battle against Britain's enemies continued unabated during the period of the 1920s and 1930s. Buffeted by political interference and often fighting for their very survival, Britain's intelligence services turned to fight a new, clandestine war against rising powers Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany.
Indonesia in the 1920s and 1930s. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2014, xvii + 352 pp.
e vintage fayre will feature a range of specialist stalls selling crafts, clothes and handmade gifts.ere will also be the opportunity to go behind the scenes of Libby Watson's 1930s radio-studio set design for Propaganda Swing, and learn more about the highglamour fashions which will grace the stage as part of the show in a special costume exhibition.
Do you recognise anyone in these images from Roath Park Primary School, Pen-y-Wain Road, in the 1930s? They have been sent in by Mrs Margaret Bailey (nee Down), now of Penylan, Cardiff.
One interesting exercise is to compare today with the 1930s. There are some analogies, such as openly anti-Semitic, xenophobic parties with parliamentary) representation--some with street militias--which haven't been around since the 1920s and early 1930s.
Central banks, in particular, have instituted monetary policies that have not stifled the economy, contrary to their predecessors in the 1930s. Global growth resumed in 2009 after one year of decline, whereas it had decreased for more than three years in the early 1930s, just like the stock market, according to an article written by economists Barry Eichengreen and Kevin O'Rourke.
The art of the screwball comedy; madcap entertainment from the 1930s to today.