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    The Industrial Revolution in Britain’s history is marked as the period of great development that led to the modern era of growth, improved living standards and technology. Moreover, this revolution was not just limited to Britain; it affected the rest of Europe and America in the same positive manner. Due to the Industrial Revolution’s success in many countries, it is now commonly cited as the surest way for a country to develop. In economics, goals of a developed country are high production of goods

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    means of communication, factories to manufacture the products you need, places to work, and ways to travel and transport goods. And what made these possible? The answer is the Industrial Revolution, which started in Europe around the year 1730. A revolution is a major change or turning point in something. The Industrial Revolution was a major turning point in history and in the way people lived. Their careers, living situations, location, values, and daily routines all changed, and they needed it desperately

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    The Industrial Revolution. The industrial revolution took place in the late 18th century, and the most changes were in the fields of agriculture, transportation and the country’s economic growth. It then spends widely throughout Europe, North America and the rest of the world. First of all, the industrial revolution was an enormous time in the history. The employment was on a rise and reached a peak. It also lead the rural-urban migration by the people in search of good jobs, better standard of

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    economy. The Industrial Revolution was, and is, incredibly important. In the space of 5 generations, man went from farming for his living to operating mammoth machines. Man went from an unorganized group of warring people to a global economy. The Industrial Revolution truly boosted humanity to its next step into the future. The Industrial Revolution was caused by three major changes in Europe. The “Agrarian Revolution”, the Population boom, and then “Energy Revolution”, the “Agrarian Revolution” providing

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    The Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution is the name given to the movement in which machines changed people's way of life as well as their methods of manufacturer. It brought three important changes: inventions of machines that simplify and speed up the work of hand tools, use of steam (and other power) versus human power, adoption of a factory system. Workers were brought together under one roof and were supplied machines. The Industrial Revolution began throughout the world

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    The industrial revolution was never determined; it begins when James Watt improved the steam-engine year 1769. Before James Watt improved the steam-engine he had to build all the factories around a lake, but with the help of the steam-engine he could now build it anywhere, the steam-engine went on carbon that England had a lot of. For the industrial economy would develop as well as it did so, it took ideas and technical knowledge to invent and develop machines that could take over the work so that

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    Lecture 13: The Industrial Revolution Summary Sentence: The industrial revolution was symptomatic of economic prosperity, an increase in working and living conditions, and a jump in wages. Question: Why was England the first country to industrialize? The Industrial Revolution introduced great things to Europe during the 18th and 19th centuries. England was the first to industrialize for three reasons; the availability of natural resources, the population, and war. Natural resources were very abundant

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    The Industrial Revolution changed America’s exceedingly in more positive than negative ways. The American industrial revolution has its roots in the Industrial Revolution which began in England. The demand for cotton was huge during this time. Many new industries that helped America’s business were developed, but some treated their workers poorly. Also, many new forms of transportation and communication were developed and improved. Agriculture became industrialized by teaming up with some industries

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    centuries, population grew and fell constantly because of poverty and famine. The economy wasn’t stable enough to give the city a proud name. It was not until the years between 1760 and 1850, when a big era hit the city of Liverpool, called Industrial Revolution. It became a success because of new technology that was invented to increase the population and secure its safety. Liverpool's industrialization became a success because new ideas and inventions affected the size of population and development

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    The Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution may be defined as the application of power-driven machinery to manufacturing. It had its beginning in remote times, and is still continuing in some places. In the eighteenth century all of western Europe began to industrialize