|NOUN || a war generation | war generations |
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- Clarke has been described by Stephen Banfield as the most distinguished British female composer of the inter-war generation.
- Koestler developed his concept of the 'holon' to take on three key issues that he believed to be facing the social sciences in the post-war generation.
- From the late 1960s the post-war generation gained political influence.
- Alfred Andersch served as an analyst of contemporary issues for the post-war generation.
- Priestley shows how through a process of complacency and class arrogance, Britain allowed itself to decline and collapse between 1919 and 1937, instead of realizing the availability of immense creative and humanistic potential accessible during the post-war (the Great War) generation.
- As it was eight years since Australia's last Test, a new post-war generation of international cricketers made their debut.
- In Mosley's essay "The World Alternative" published in 1936 he wrote "We must return to the fundamental concept of European union which animated the war generation of 1918," and he proposed "the union of Europe within the universalism of the Modern Movement."
- The Poetry Foundation called Graham "one of the most celebrated poets of the American post-war generation."
- Max then moved to the Manila Times, the nation's dominant paper, and made his claim as one of the best and brightest of the post-war generation in the 1960s to 1970s.
- She felt she belonged with the post-war generation, which was younger.
- Modernist poets, Paavo Haavikko and Pentti Saarikoski, reacted against the war generation drawing influence from T.S Eliot and other Finland-Swedish modernists.
- With others of what he describes politically as the "Spanish Civil War generation", Mosse was a member of the Socialist Club at Harvard.
- Many war-generation Torontonians courted their future partners in this building.
- In a review of the German translation, "Der Spiegel" called "The Discovery of Heaven" a masterpiece that successfully captured the plight of the post-War generation in Europe, that "drags along its parents' crimes suffering for life".
- "I was brought up by a war generation; they grew up when gay people were put in jail.
- During the era of finlandization, many prominent Finns expressed themselves cautiously on such subjects in order not to disturb sensitive Allied victors of the war; a cautiousness that without doubt influenced Finland's post-war generation's understanding and views.
- David Samoylov (...), pseudonym of David Samuilovich Kaufman ([...]; 1 June 1920 — 23 February 1990) was one of the most notable representatives of the War generation of Russian poets.
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