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the later Victorian and Edwardian times 1890 to 1919

The First World War (continued)

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Bakers of German origin had their shops attacked in Leyton and Leytonstone as they did elsewhere in Britain.  This happened to Stoll’s opposite Harrow Green which had its windows smashed 10.  A Mr Walkling bought 7 or 8 German-owned bakers shops after outbreak of the war 11.  Mr Schubert had to sell to an English family his bakers shop in Lea Bridge Road, 3 doors from the Greyhound pub, after it was stoned for being German-owned 12.

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