https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Germany,_BradfordLittle Germany, Bradford, is an area of particular historical and architectural
interest in central Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. The architecture is
predominantly neoclassical in style with an Italian influence. Many individual
buildings are listed and Little Germany is a Conservation Area.
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Bradford is referred to as a Borough, a status only achieved in 1847. On the other
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https://www.bradfordlitfest.co.uk/.../little-germany-history-bradfords- germans/Over the centuries, Germany and Great Britain have been close trading partners.
When Bradford became renowned for its rapidly expanding textile trade,
prosperous German wool merchants entered the country and many of them
settled in Bradford. These men, comparatively few in number but with great
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upon a time, Bradford was THE place to be. Bradford born and bred, Katie, now
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https://www.visitbradford.com/thedms.aspx?dms=3&venue...Bradford has a long and intriguing history dating from Saxon times. The city
developed from a small market town to a prosperous city with the development of
manufacturing in the 18th century and the growth in the wool trade. By the middle
of the 19th century there were 38 worsted mills in Bradford town and 70 in the ...
https://www.jewishgen.org/.../Bradford/Bradford.../Jews_and_Germans_in_ Bradford.pdfthe 1870s housed the German and other merchants who dealt in the city's main
product wool. Near Bradford University is the Deutsche Evangelical Kirche,
dating from the 1880s, which was the spiritual home of Bradford's German
Lutheran Community. The Schillerverein, formerly Unity Hall in Rawson Square,
Bradford was ...
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