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TEXTILE WORKER IN A WOOLLEN MILL IN WEST YORKSHIRE. IN THE 1950S AND 60S MANY WORKERS CAME FROM PAKISTAN, INDIA AND BANGLADESH TO WORK IN THE MANUFACTURING FACTORIES OF NORTHERN ENGLAND, LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS FOR BRITAIN’S LARGE ASIAN COMMUNITIES OF TODAY. Read more

TEXTILE WORKER IN A WOOLLEN MILL IN WEST YORKSHIRE. IN THE 1950S AND 60S MANY WORKERS CAME FROM PAKISTAN, INDIA AND BANGLADESH TO WORK IN THE MANUFACTURING FACTORIES OF NORTHERN ENGLAND, LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS FOR BRITAIN’S LARGE ASIAN COMMUNITIES OF TODAY.