The Post-War period refers to any period directly after a war. The Interbellum (1919-1938) is understood as the period between the Great War that ended in 1919 and the start of the World War which started in 1938 in Europe and 1937 in Asia. This period is split into two periods the Post-War years which were an era of great social and political problems, and the Road to War Period which is thought to have started in 1925 with the rise of Fascist Italy, and Ultra-Nationalist Russia.

The Eastern Crisis

In the aftermath of the treaty of Kiev, and the Amsterdam accords Germany and Austria-Hungary were left in control of most of the former Russian empire's European territory. Unfortunately for the victorious Central powers these gains would be soon tested as the political situation in the region exploded once the Russian civil war reared its ugly head westward, and the Hapsburg Empire crumbled under the pressure of internal strife. 

Events and entities related with the post war era

  • Eastern Crisis
    • Russian Civil War
    • Austro-Hungarian Civil War
    • Greater Poland uprising
    • Sparticist Uprising and the assassination of Wilhelm II
    • Rise of Ultra-Nationalist Russia
    • Ottoman Civil War
    • Hungary-Romania War
    • Formation of Mitteleuropa
    • Second Russo-Japanese War
    • Ukrainian Pogroms
    • The Freikorps
    • Constitution of 1924
  • Indian Revolt
  • America: the Great War and The Post War
  • Banana Wars
  • Irish War
  • Italian Revolution
  • Vietnamese Revolt
  • Chinese Warlord Period
  • Iraq Revolt
  • Syrian Revolt
  • Colombian-Venezuelan War
  • Post Revolution Mexico
  • more to be added later