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This led to a further re-flowering-in the Depression and war years between 1930 and 1955-and this can be seen in the work of: artists such as John Piper ; John Tunnard, David Jones ; Graham Sutherland ; John Craxton ; John Minton ; Stanley Spencer ; Eric Ravilious ; Robin Tanner ; Bettina Shaw-Lawrence ; writers such as John Cowper Powys ; J. R. R. Tolkien ; Mervyn Peake ; C. S. Lewis ; Arthur Machen ; T. H. White ; Dylan Thomas ; Geoffrey Grigson ; and Herbert Read ; film-makers such as Humphrey Jennings ; Powell and Pressburger ( e. g.: A Canterbury Tale, 1944 and Gone to Earth, 1950 ); and photographers such as Edwin Smith ; Roger Mayne ; and John Deakin.
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In the last few years, the application of chromatographic and other modern techniques to the problem of isolating TSH has led to further purification ( Bates and Condliffe, 1960 ; ;
This refusal to accept any renunciation of allegiance to the Crown led to conflict with the United States over impressment, and then led to further conflicts even during the War of 1812, when thirteen Irish American prisoners of war were executed as traitors after the Battle of Queenston Heights ; Winfield Scott urged American reprisal, but none was carried out.
This led to a further revolt near Philippopolis, and the commander of the field army in the west, Gregory Pakourianos, was defeated and killed in the ensuing battle.
Pericles led 250 ships, originally intended to attack Cyprus, to their aid because it would further damage Persia.
Such a thin chronology and little background knowledge has led to gross misinterpretations of his works, and thus further investigation must always be done to conclude with confidence that Aelbert Cuyp is the genuine source of such great paintings.
The lack of artifacts caused concern for some archaeologists and the petrofabric analysis was inconclusive, but further research at Maes Howe and on the Bush Barrow Lozenge led MacKie to conclude that while the term ' science ' may be anachronistic, Thom was broadly correct upon the subject of high-accuracy alignments.
The discovery of chlorpromazine's psychoactive effects in 1952 led to greatly reduced use of restraint, seclusion, and sedation in the management of agitated patients, and also led to further research that resulted in the development of antidepressants, anxiolytics, and the majority of other drugs now used in the management of psychiatric conditions.
As an ethologist, Morris further proposed that breasts, a secondary sex characteristic located on the woman's chest, encouraged face-to-face sexual intercourse that led to the establishment of an emotional bond between man and woman ; social progress from an essentially procreational function of human biology.
The success of this paper led to five further publications, The Rover and The Wizard in 1922, The Vanguard in 1924, The Skipper in 1930 and The Hotspur in 1933.
A railway station on Brighton Road ( on the Birmingham to Bristol line ) led to further expansion, and the end of the 19th century saw a proliferation of high-density small terraced houses.
Further improvement upon the idea of instruction pipelining led to the development of a method that decreases the idle time of CPU components even further.
It led to the system of Constitutional Monarchy, with further reforms shifting the balance of power from the monarchy and nobility to the House of Commons.
This, arguably has led to uneven development, and further informal forms of social control having to do with culture and imperialism.
This was further underpinned by the work of Justus von Liebig, which led to the development of modern food storage and food preservation methods.
From 1900, the Pathé company films also frequently copied and varied the ideas of the British film-makers, without making any major innovations in narrative film construction, but eventually the sheer volume of their production led to their film-makers giving a further precision and polish to the details of film continuity.
" This sentence is located randomly in the middle of a discussion of southern Italy ; no further mention of Britain is made, which has led some, though not all, modern academics to suggest that the rescript does not apply to Britain, but to Bruttium in Italy.
In June 2009, the European Court of Auditors published a report, pointing out governance issues, substantial delays and budget overruns that led to project stalling in 2007, leading to further delays and failures.
This led to a further decline in his output around 1762, however, he was still capable of composing music of highest quality, and continued to write until his death on the evening of 25 June 1767.
It was replaced by a second version one month later, followed by six further drafts published by IETF itself that finally led to HTML 2. 0 in RFC1866
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This reduced manufacturing costs and, combined with a wider use of colored glass, led to cheap glassware in the 1930s, which later became known as Depression glass.
Hard conditions imposed on Germany by the Treaty of Versailles and the Great Depression led to the rise of fascism in Germany as well as in Italy, Spain and other countries.
In the following decades, fear of communism and the Great Depression of 1929 – 1933 led to the rise of extreme nationalist governmentssometimes loosely grouped under the category of fascismin Italy ( 1922 ), Germany ( 1933 ), Spain ( after a civil war ending in 1939 ) and other countries such as Hungary ( 1944 ), Romania ( 1940 ) and Slovakia ( 1939 ).
The Great Depression led to a substantial downturn in production by Holden, from 34, 000 units annually in 1930 to just 1, 651 units one year later.
Even when the impact of the Great Depression led to an enormous surge in support for the Nazis across Germany, Berlin resisted the party ’ s appeal more than any other part of Germany: at its peak in 1932, the Nazi Party polled 28 % in Berlin to the combined left ’ s 55 %.
The Great Depression led to a new resurgence of " left " sentiment in some sections of the Nazi Party, led by Gregor Strasser ’ s brother Otto, who argued that the party ought to be competing with the Communists for the loyalties of the unemployed and the industrial workers by promising to expropriate the capitalists.
Problems within National's management as well as pressure from the deepening Great Depression led to a production slowdown at National, and this ultimately resulted in part of the company's fractured management structure organizing support for George Beauchamp's newest project: the development of a fully electric guitar.
* The economic and political aftermath of World War I and the Great Depression in the 1930s led to the rise of fascism and nazism in Europe, and subsequently to World War II ( 1939 – 1945 ).
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The large size of the Qattara Depression and the fact that it falls to a depth of 133 m below mean sea level has led to several proposals to create a massive hydroelectric project in northern Egypt rivalling the Aswan High Dam.
" The effects of the Great Depression in Scotland, and the subsequent high emigration from that country, also led Buchan to reflect in the same speech: " We do not want to be like the Greeks, powerful and prosperous wherever we settle, but with a dead Greece behind us ," and he found himself profoundly affected by John Morley's Life of Gladstone, which Buchan read in the early months of the Second World War.
By 1925 its population peaked to over 200, but the effects of the 1930s Great Depression and being bypassed by the construction of U. S. Highway 83 led to its downfall.
This new influx of settlers led to the official founding of Castleford in 1907. Business there continued to remain prosperous until the Great Depression, at which point Ferguson Fruit and Land became bankrupt and the town was almost abandoned.
Its cost ( approximately $ 200, 000 ) led many in the community to criticize Davis for his free spending during the Great Depression.
He was initially a barber, but the Great Depression and lack of a proper grocery on his side of town led him to open his own store in 1934.
Similarly, the Great Depression and post-World War Two mobility of the American public led to many changes.
The Great Depression, combined with the use of concrete, led to the demise of the Nelsonville Brick Company.
These events, the first international contests, lasted until 1935 when the Great Depression and other events preceding World War II led to their demise.
By the mid 1940s the Great Depression and ongoing pollution of the Kennebec River led to the decline of the island's industries and the island was abandoned.
The Great Depression, and later changes and restructuring in heavy industry following World War II, led to a loss of working-class jobs and population.
Marketing lessons of the 1920s, changing economic times, and the impact of World War II led to a more successful marketing campaign for male and female wedding bands, and by the late 1940s, double-ring ceremonies made up for 80 % of all weddings, as opposed to 15 % before the Great Depression.
Glass and Willis argued the failure of banks to follow, and of the Federal Reserve to enforce, this theory had resulted in the “ excesses ” that inevitably led to the Great Depression.