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Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte
Abstract:This paper traces the development of the clothing industry and the clothing retail trade in Germany, and the historiography thereof. In contrast to the textile industry, which experienced substantial technical progress in the course of the industrialization, these industries remained labour intensive. After World War II, the European clothing industry followed cheap labour. Production was relocated in the 1950s from the urban consumption centers to the countryside, in the 60s to thedoi:10.1515/zug-2017-0001 fatcat:hsw2glv7wvavppokwzjx6saamu