Bradford Pioneer

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Bradford Pioneer
Type Weekly[1]
Founded 1913
Political alignment Socialist
Language English
Ceased publication 1936
Headquarters Bradford
OCLC number 23069586

Bradford Pioneer is a defunct newspaper published in Bradford between 1913 and 1936 under the auspices of the Bradford Independent Labour Party, Trades Council and Workers' Municipal Federation.[2]

The 1913 volume contains several early articles by J. B. Priestley, and on 27 July 1917 it published A Soldier’s Declaration by Siegfried Sassoon.[3][4]

In 1914, Joseph Burgess was the editor.[5] Another editor was Frank Betts, father of Barbara Castle.[1]

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