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Use "inter-war" in a sentence
"In inter-war Britain, she keeps her head about her when a dead body is found in the cucumber patch."
"During the whole inter-war period, Mowinckel was one of the most prominent non-socialist politicians in Norway."
"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."