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the decade from 1940 to 1949

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Continuing his study of constitutions and constitution making in late colonial Kenya, Maxon focuses on majimbo, a federal system of government, during the 1940s and 1950s.
Kitty's 1940s Little Big Band will be playing at St Peter's Church, Pwllheli on Friday, January 5 at 7pm, and at Shiloh Community Centre, Cwm Penmachno at 8pm the following night.
The event, being held at Brook Street Community Centre on October 15, will include a 1940s band playing music from that era, as well as a selection of cakes and sandwiches.
The railway museum and village community venue will host an exhibition recalling life in the 1940s.
Initiated by 1940s enthusiast, Clr Trevor Bellamy, it is organised in association with the Holme Valley Parish Council and held at the Sands Recreation Ground in Holmfirth.
Everyone is welcome to get dressed up like the 1940s," she said.
12noon-4pm: Family picnic and 1940s themed entertainment and military re-enactment at Cardiff Castle.
Organisers are asking people to come in 1940s costume and to bring a bottle and a dish of food inspired by the era.
There are other, fascinating 1940s stories around the museum at half-term.
As part of the 70th anniversary Blitz weekend Coventry Transport Museum and the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum attempted to recreate family life in the 1940s.
But it was never really the world's olive-growing capital, and in the 1940s and '50s there wasn't even much of a local market for olive oil when Fusano's family made it from their own trees.
1940s - Was awarded the Belgian Croix De Guerre for removing high explosives from a Belgian ship which had been set on fire by incendiary bombs dropped by enemy aircraft.
An evening of 1940s music and dancing is planned at the Cadbury Club in Bournville from 7.
Olds (who had earlier founded Oldsmobile) through the depression and New Deal, a 1940s transition from making cars to making Diamond Reo Trucks, and the company's demise in 1975.
Also during the 1940s I watched Garston Swimming Club polo.