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ⓘ Interbellum Generation




                                     

ⓘ Interbellum Generation

Interbellum Generation is a term that is sometimes used to denote persons born in the United States during the first decade of the 20th century, often expressed specifically as the years 1901 to 1913. The name comes from the fact that those born during this time were too young to have served in the military during World War I, and were generally too old to serve as enlisted personnel in World War II, although many of them could indeed be found in the armed forces in some capacity during the latter conflict.

Members of this generation came of age either during the Roaring Twenties or the initial phase of the Great Depression, prior to the election of Franklin D. Roosevelt and the promulgation of the New Deal. This fact contributed to the core of this generation holding lifelong left-liberal views in politics, especially on economic issues, although a few prominent dissenters such as Barry Goldwater do stand out. Most of their children belong to the Silent Generation.

The four Presidents of the United States of the Interbellum Generation were Lyndon B. Johnson born in 1908, Ronald Reagan born in 1911 and Richard M. Nixon and Gerald Ford both born in 1913.

For deceased celebrities born in this era, see G.I. Generation.

                                     
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  • the Christian Democratic Union, which would play a minor role in the interbellum political landscape. In a 1908 Kuyper returned to the House of Representatives
  • the turn of the 20th century Young Poland between 1890 and 1918 Interbellum 1918 1939 World War II 1939 1945 People s Republic of Poland until
  • treatment facility, Makis 2, was built from 2004 to 2014. During the Interbellum the waterworks company built the residential complex for its workers
  • became more professional, academic, scholarly. A characteristic of the interbellum was that maximalist, metaphysical currents began to fade away. The dominant
  • from the Estonian and Finnish governments. This cultural revival of the Interbellum years served to give the Livonian people for the first time a clear consciousness
  • decades of Poland s sovereignty between the world wars are known as the Interbellum Poland re - emerged in November 1918 after more than a century of partitions
  • 2011 Constructing Iron Europe: Transnationalism and Railways in the Interbellum Amsterdam University Press. p. 134. ISBN 9052603928. Information about
  • Tjalie Robinson 1911 1974 a first generation repatriant. During the Dutch Ethical Policy in the interbellum period of the first half of the twentieth

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