Vintage: historic photos of Bremen, Germany in the late 19th Century

Vintage: historic photos of Bremen, Germany in the late 19th Century


In 1827, Bremen, under Johann Smidt, its mayor at that time, purchased land from the Kingdom of Hanover, to establish the city of Bremerhaven (Port of Bremen) as an outpost of Bremen because of the increased silting up of the river Weser. Bremen became part of the North German Confederation in 1867 and became an autonomous component state of the new-founded German Empire in 1871 and stayed with Germany in its following forms of government.

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Vintage: historic photos of Bremen, Germany circa 1890s

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Vintage: historic photos of Bremen, Germany circa 1890s

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Vintage: historic photos of Bremen, Germany circa 1890s

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Vintage: historic photos of Bremen, Germany circa 1890s

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Vintage: historic photos of Bremen, Germany circa 1890s

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Vintage: historic photos of Bremen, Germany circa 1890s

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Vintage: historic photos of Bremen, Germany circa 1890s

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Vintage: historic photos of Bremen, Germany circa 1890s

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Vintage: historic photos of Bremen, Germany circa 1890s

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Vintage: historic photos of Bremen, Germany circa 1890s


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