Vintage: historic views of Breslau in the late 19th Century

Vintage: historic views of Breslau in the late 19th Century


Breslau became part of the German Empire in 1871, which was established at Versailles in defeated France. The early years were characterized by rapid economic growth, the so-called Gründerzeit, although Breslau was hampered by protectionist policies of its natural markets in Austria-Hungary and Russia and had to turn to the German domestic market. Breslau’s population grew from 208,000 in 1871 to 512,000 in 1910, yet the city was pushed down from being the third- to the seventh- biggest city of Germany. Among the population were the Polish and Jewish minorities.

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890

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Vintage: historic views of Breslau circa 1890


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