Schröder Professor of German

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The Schröder Professorship of German is the senior professorship in the study of the German language at the University of Cambridge, and was founded in 1909 by a donation of £20,000 from John Henry Schröder, of J. H. Schröder & Co, a City of London banking firm.

Schröder Professors[edit]