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Industrialization

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This is the Industrialization Lecture for Nilsen's World History class.

This is the Industrialization Lecture for Nilsen's World History class.

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  • Why industrialization began in Europe and not anywhere else on earth is a subject of a great deal of debate by historians. What is not up for debate is that industrialization did indeed begin in Europe, spreading from there to the rest of the world.
  • In fact, industrialization began in Britain. The exact time it began is a little unclear – some place it as far back as the early 1700s, when a primitive steam engine was created. By the late 1700s and early 1800s, the process was rolling right along, however.
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    • 1. •Industrialization •Nilsen •World History
    • 2. Europe changed due to Industrialization.
    • 3. Industrialization began in Europe.
    • 4. Industrialization caused great social changes.
    • 5. Industrialization demanded much from nations.

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