Ppt on industrial revolution in europe

Outlines: The Modern Revolution, 1300 to the Present.

Franklin, James Watt, Samuel Colt, Samuel Morse, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, Marconi, Karl Benz, George Eastman, Wright Brothers D. Different IndustrialRevolutions” 1. First Industrial Revolution, 1760 to 1830: mostly in England 2. Second Industrial Revolution, 1830 to early 1900s a. Spread to mainland Europe, U.S. Japan b. Use of new fossil fuels (oil, natural gas), electricity c. Fewer slums, dirty cities; labor unions, middle class/


1 World History Review PART 1 1. ****Neolithic Revolution Led to the stopping of hunting and gathering as the primary method of food gathering or survivalLed.

wealth and responsibilitySocialism and communism are based on this belief in shared wealth and responsibility They predicted that a revolution would occur in industrial Europe, but it occurred in Russia in 1917They predicted that a revolution would occur in industrial Europe, but it occurred in Russia in 1917 This revolution would allow the workers (proletariat) to take overThis revolution would allow the workers (proletariat) to take over Stop pg. 7 96 European Imperialism The Europeans/


Ways of the World: A Brief Global History First Edition CHAPTER 18 Revolutions of Industrialization 1750–1914 Copyright © 2009 by Bedford/St. Martin’s.

not cause a thorough Industrial Revolution in Latin America a. there was little internal market for manufactured goods b. rich landowners and cattlemen had little incentive to invest in manufacturing c. governments supported free trade, so cheaper and higher-quality foreign goods were available than could be made at home d. instead, economic growth was dependent on Europe and North America Connection: Industrialization a. had little/


MODERN ERA: 1750 - 1900 CHANGES IN THE NATURE AND FUNCTIONS OF STATE STRUCTURES.

very repressive, secret police Policeman of Europe: used army to suppress revolutions Policeman of Europe: used army to suppress revolutions Suppressed rebellion in Poland Suppressed rebellion in Poland Policy of foreign wars to divert domestic problems Policy of foreign wars to divert domestic problems Serfdom Issue Serfdom Issue Russia needed work force in order to industrial Russia needed work force in order to industrial Serfdom not efficient Serfdom not efficient/


1750-1914 Part II.

revolutions in Russia Which of the following is the most important cause of independence movements in Latin America in the 1800s? A) Successful revolutions in Russia B) Dynamic leadership from Sebastian Gomez C) War between England and France D) Napoleonic invasions that destablized Europe/ to Europe. Textiles and weapons were made in Europe and then sold to other parts of the world; Africa lacked an industrial capability at this time. All of the following were true of the reformist Muslim movements in the /


AP World Review May 2011.

led to fragmented leadership in Europe and the rise of /Revolution 1908 Greek Revolution - 1821 - 1829 French Revolution -1789-1799 American Revolution 1775-1781 (how was this revolution different) Russian Revolution 1917-1921 Chinese Revolution 1911 – 1921 2nd Revolution and civil war 1949 Imperialism Industrial Revolution Victorian Era Migration and Emigration Geopolitics Balance of Power Congress of Vienna Post Napoleonic Wars Establish territorial boundaries Establish a balance of power Concert of Europe/


Key Topic/Chapter 11…Industry

materials. B) distance from markets. C) labor surpluses. D) all of the above Prior to the Industrial Revolution, the distribution of industry was… A) clustered. B) concentrated. C) dispersed. D) randomly distributed. The Industrial Revolution began in… A) Great Britain. B) Japan. C) the Soviet Union. D) the United States. The Industrial Revolution in Europe diffused… A) from east to west. B) from west to east. C) from north to/


The Human Mosaic Chapter 12

less developed countries actually increases the power of the world’s established industrial nations Today, we face a world in which the basic industrial power of the planet is more centralized than ever Quaternary industry Global corporations are headquartered mainly in quaternary areas where the Industrial Revolution took root earliest Industrial development loans come from Europe, Japan, and the U.S., with the result that interest payments drain away/


World History 1500 to Present

1866 Franco-Prussian War German Unification Called “the most important political development in Europe between 1848 and 1914 Upset the balance of power METHOD of unification helped define German state character (United/farming techniques (crop rotation) Increased food production = increase in population Improved ship design improves sea transportation and lowers cost of trade Industrial Revolution (1750-1850) CONDITIONS in England favor Industrial growth Natural resources (coal, iron) Human resources Favorable /


***9th GRADE CUTOFF*** Topics for Questions 20-25

.  common customs, language, and history The best example of the success of nationalism in Europe is the  1.  development of socialism in France  2.  Industrial Revolution in Great Britain  3.  establishment of the Common Market  4.  unification of Germany WWI Long Term Causes Short Term Causes Imperialism Old Hatreds Arms Race Nationalism in the Balkans Short Term Causes Secret Alliances Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand by a/


UNIT 6 Industrialism and a New Global Age

New Global Age 1800-1914 Life in the Industrial Age National Triumphs in Europe Growth of Western Democracies The New Imperialisms V. Horvath Chapter 22 Life in the Industrial Age 1800-1914 Chapter Overview The Industrial Revolution Spreads The World of Cities Changing Attitudes and Values A New Culture The Industrial Revolution Spreads The Big Idea – The Second Industrial Revolution was marked by the spread of industry, the development of new technologies, and/


The Industrial Revolution

First Industrial Revolution Historical Significance of the Industrial Revolution An ancient Greek or Roman would have been just as comfortable in Europe in 1700 because daily life was not much different – agriculture and technology were not much changed in 2000+ years The Industrial Revolution changed human life drastically More was created in the last 250+ years than in the previous 2500+ years of known human history What was the Industrial Revolution? The Industrial Revolution was a/


Age of Revolutions.

, economic, or cultural life of another country. Between 1870 and 1914, nationalism had produced strong, centrally governed nation-states The industrial revolution had made economics stronger as well During this time, Japan, the United States, and the industrialized nations of Europe became more aggressive in expanding onto other lands The new imperialism was focused mainly on Asia and Africa, where declining empires and local wars/


Unit 4 – European Politics and Economy,

to oil Discovery of oil fields in Russia, Borneo, Persia, and Texas Second Industrial Revolution Other technological developments included: First of the great tunnels: Mount Cenis (1873) and the Simplon (1906) in the Alps Large canals: Suez (1869), Kiel (1895), and Panama (1914) Telephone (1875) Transatlantic wireless communications (1902) Started in Britain and Belgium Spread to the rest of Europe and the United States Major European/


AP World History: The Industrial Revolution Period 5.

, printing, gunpowder, and porcelain. These, however, were the key components for the Industrial Revolution in Europe later.[2] In comparison to China, though, during the Medieval Ages European societies were living in backwardness, their economic situation was in ruin, and Europe was suffering from a great number of foreign invasions. Regarding this, Landes elucidates: The Europe of what we call the Middle Ages (say, tenth century) had regressed from/


The Age of Ideologies in Europe ( )

Conservatism A desire to return to the conditions and social order that existed in Europe prior to the French Revolution Rejected the French Revolution as a disaster and Napoleon as a tyrant. The Enlightenment, and its/ Economic: Welcomed the Industrial Revolution - Liberalism was a “bourgeois” ideology and the Industrial Revolution benefited first and foremost the bourgeoisie. Supported “laissez-faire economics / minimal government regulation of the economy - Strong faith in “free market capitalism”/


Revolution/Reaction/Revolution

autocrat who reigned so strictly, that Russia was stablilized and capitalism and the industrial revolution could take root there Kept Russia out of European wars Meanwhile, in the German speaking countries…. Congress of Vienna set up the German Confederation /bright married to Victoria (Victoria’s oldest) Opposition Junkers: The Prussian aristocracy Austria Everyone else in the old HRE Everyone else in Europe Helmuth von Moltke Chief of Staff of Prussian Army, 1857-1878 Military Genius Planned for Aggression/


Introduction Growing European imperialism dominated the world “The West” came to mean North America as well as Western Europe.

are three reasons for this economic success: (“The Three Shuns”) 1. Industrialization European expansion was aided by the Industrial Revolution which began about 1750 The Industrial Revolution began in Britain and spread through Western Europe and North America Access to large deposits of coal enabled the Europeans to industrialize quickly Metals, Woolens, & Canals Coalfields & Industrial Areas Coal Mining in Britain: 1800-1914 1 ton of coal 50, 000 miners 1850/


1750 – 1914 CE The Modern Era The Age of Industrial Revolutions

the causes and phases on the Industrial Revolution in Great Britain or the United States with Russia or Japan. Compare industrial development in Brazil or South America with economic developments in China, India, or Russia. Compare and contrast the importance of trade and international economic relations on any two civilizations, one European and one non-European. Non-European can include Eastern Europe specifically Austria-Hungary and Russia/


Notes 09/30 Class 05: Europe, 1815-1919 GEO105: World Regional Geography Michael T. Wheeler Syracuse University, Geography.

reaction – Germany unified ‘from above’ –Unification of Germany upset the Balance of Powers in Europe –New wave of imperialism – prestige as a ‘Great Power’ Industrial Revolution –Technologies: Coal, iron, textiles, railroads, steamships –First, England –Spread to Continental Europe, United States, and Japan –New international economics Free trade among Great Powers New empires (‘Industrial Imperialism’) Balkanization –We saw last week that ethnic, language-based nation states did/


WORLD HISTORY II SOL REVIEW.

War lead to creation of Germany Now let’s review very quickly Answer these questions using your flip cards Industrial Revolution Began in England (resources available) invention and improvement of the steam engine (James Watt) Spread to Europe and US Important to Textile, steel and iron industries Enclosure movement provided labor supply Factory system Technological advancements Eli Whitney-cotton gin Bessemer- process to make steel/


Rowntree, et. al. Modified by Joe Naumann, UMSL

” Germany reunited Soviet Union dissolved Globalization & Diversity: Rowntree, Lewis, Price, Wyckoff Globalization & Diversity: Rowntree, Lewis, Price, Wyckoff Geopolitical Issues in Europe (Fig. 8.23) Globalization & Diversity: Rowntree, Lewis, Price, Wyckoff Economic and Social Development: Integration and Transition Europe’s Industrial Revolution (1730-1850) Machines replaced people in manufacturing Inanimate energy sources (water, steam, fossil fuels) powered machines Centers of change England’s textile/


Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Section 1:Section 1:The Industrial Revolution Section 2:Section 2:Reaction and Revolution Section 3:Section.

did the Factory Act of 1833 place limitations? A.Child labor B.Hours a person could work per day C.Minimum wage D.Socialism VS 1 INDUSTRIALIZATION Transformed Society The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain and spread throughout Europe and the United States. New technologies improved the production and transportation of goods. Workers migrated to cities as economies shifted from being farm-based to/


Political Science 4396 Dr. Arthur K. Smith Fall Semester 2006

agrarian reform law promulgated in 1963 (TBD later) The Revolution Takes Power, January 1959-December 1960, Part I (7) ● Economic diversification and industrialization ● Conversion of some sugar fields to other crops ● Largely unsuccessful, detrimental effect on economy ● Strategy of industrialization through import substitution ● Focus on light industries making consumer goods ● Financed with loans from USSR, PRC, and Eastern Europe ● Also largely unsuccessful, abandoned in 1963 ● Problems: Shortages/


THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

mid-1700s new farm techniques led to an Agricultural Revolution in Europe New tools like the iron plow and seed drill made farming more efficient As a result of this Agricultural Revolution, more food was made and Europe’s population increased… …this large population of workers would soon find work in industrial factories INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION THE AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION led to more food More food = more people More people = more demand/


Nationalism and Unification Beginnings of modern Europe.

German state. Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution began in England and spread to the rest of Western Europe and the United States. With the Industrial Revolution came an increased demand for raw materials from the Americas, Asia, and Africa. Advancements in technology produced the Industrial Revolution, while advancements in science and medicine altered the lives of people living in the new industrial cities. Cultural changes soon followed. Industrial Revolution Originated in England because of/


Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Section 1:Section 1:The Industrial Revolution Section 2:Section 2:Reaction and Revolution Section 3:Section.

did the Factory Act of 1833 place limitations? A.Child labor B.Hours a person could work per day C.Minimum wage D.Socialism VS 1 INDUSTRIALIZATION Transformed Society The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain and spread throughout Europe and the United States. New technologies improved the production and transportation of goods. Workers migrated to cities as economies shifted from being farm-based to/


The Birth of Modern Industrial Society: Europe 1815-1850.

to increased population, industrial change, increased disparity, rich vs. poor, many saw the need for a new kind of society.   Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels Communist Manifesto- communism embraced power of new working class. They advocated common ownership of the means of production. Only revolution would bring about the new socialist order. 1848: the Year of Revolutions in Europe Marx wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 Germany and/


***The fall of the Roman Empire in 476 CE (AD) led to the start of the Middle Ages in Europe. The Middle Ages would last from 476 until 1453 Europe would.

and other inventions that allowed farming to become easier Impact: owning large amounts of land helped produce more food, more food means increase in population, larger cities. Led to the Industrial Revolution the Industrial Revolution in Europe (18 th –19 th centuries) Change: began in England because of their natural resources of coal and iron. There was a shift from domestically made products (homemade) to factory made products/


The New Europe. The Council of Europe Council of Europe created in 1948 Council of Europe created in 1948 European federalists hoped Council would quickly.

. European automobile industry expanded phenomenally. European automobile industry expanded phenomenally. “Gadget revolution” “Gadget revolution” Like US,/in Europe and U.S. in retaliation for their support of Israel in the Yom Kippur War against Egypt and Syria. Second price increase in 1979 during Iranian Revolution hurt modest progress since 1976. Second price increase in 1979 during Iranian Revolution hurt modest progress since 1976. Economic Decline Price revolution in energy, coupled with upheaval in/


Chapter 23: The Building of European Supremacy. Population Trends and Migration population rises in Europe until 1910 when it levels off population rises.

homeland to go to the United States, Canada, South Africa, Australia, Brazil and Argentina New Industries new industries emerge in third quarter of 19th century leading to the Second Industrial Revolution new industries emerge in third quarter of 19th century leading to the Second Industrial Revolution new industries included; steel, chemicals, electricity, and oil new industries included; steel, chemicals, electricity, and oil Bessemer process – new way to mass produce steel cheaply/


The Industrial Revolution What were the causes and effects of industrialization? How did the Industrial Revolution create new social and political conflicts?

were the causes and effects of industrialization? How did the Industrial Revolution create new social and political conflicts? How did industrialization inspire imperialism? Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in Britain? Background Info New governments in US, France, & Latin America Industrial Revolution: greatly increased output of machine-made goods Began in England in the 1700s in textiles Spread to Continental Europe & North America Beginnings in British Agriculture Wealthy landowners bought land/


D.R.. A. Before Industrialization in Great Britain Main Idea Economic and social factors set the stage for the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution.

: Cities and the Middle Class A. The Growth of Cities Main Idea The Industrial Revolution caused the growth of cities in Europe and the United States A. The Growth of Cities Cities and the Industrial Revolution In Great Britain and in the United States, the development of cities was linked to the factory system. In 1800, Europe had only a few cities, such as London and Paris, with populations of/


- Industrialization & Economic Development - The Industrial Revolution Industry Distribution Northwestern Europe Eastern Europe East Asia Eastern North.

- The Industrial Revolution Industry Distribution Northwestern Europe Eastern Europe East Asia Eastern North America Distribution factors Changes since the industrial revolution Expanding industry 1 Industrial Revolution A series of inventions that brought new uses to known energy sources, new machines to improve efficiencies and enable other new inventions. e.g. steam engine, iron smelting, water pump, and more. Beginning of Industrial Revolution When and where did the industrial revolution begin? In Great/


Big Pictures of Technology and Industry/Business: Part II Daniel Hao Tien Lee.

trajectories Each technological revolution has led to a change in consumption patterns with new life-shaping goods and services at „affordable ‟ prices 2010s-20??s Will the developed and emerging countries develop a variety of ICT-intensive “GLOCAL” SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLES ??? DEPLOYMENTPERIOD 1850s-1860s 1890s-1910s 1950s-1960s LIFESTYLE Urban industry-aided VICTORIAN LIVING in Britain Urban cosmopolitan lifestyle of THE BELLE EPOQUE in Europe Suburban energy/


Unit IV THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND WWI. World History - First Industrial Revolution Text Pages 581-588  Please read text pages 581-88.  Write 5 bullet.

a result of invention  what impact the factors of the industrial revolution had on the economy Section 19-1 THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION How did the Industrial Revolution impact Europe and North America?  capital- money available for investment  industrial capitalism- an economic system based on industrial production How did the Industrial Revolution impact Europe and North America?  socialism- a system in which society, usually in the form of the government, owns and controls means of/


. A condition of WWI warfare that was NOT present in WWII was Trench warfare Women in factories Use of planes Use of submarines Rationing.

of Versailles imposed on Germany after the war helped lay the foundation for the A.Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. B.rise of Fascism in Germany. C.fascist uprisings in Italy. D.rise of Japan as an imperial power. Who was the Premier of France /the outbreak of WWI? The Anglo-German rivalry The Alliance System The rise of a unified Germany as an industrial and military power in Europe German military planning The remilitarization of the Rhineland Which of the following did NOT contribute to the outbreak of /


1750-1914 Questions Modern Era. “Liberté, Equalité, Fraternité” was the motto associated with the A) Cuban Revolution B) nineteenth-century labor movement.

were features of the late 1800s around the world. In Europe, charismatic leaders helped unite both Germany and Italy after 1871. War was often the catalyst of strong patriotic and nationalistic feelings among the people. In Asia, Chinese and Japanese nationalists also urged their people to unite and create modern nation- states. The Industrial Revolution began in England because of all of the following reasons EXCEPT/


Revolutions Europe, America, Industrial, Socialist.

Revolutions Europe, America, Industrial, Socialist The Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution Was it a “Revolution” CausesCauses Population GrowthPopulation Growth –Dependable food supplies & disease resistance What did this allow? Larger families… –Leads to a large (child) labor force Agricultural RevolutionAgricultural Revolution Potato – New Crops Enclosure Movement – landowners and tenants –Br and E. Eu (Not in places like France; Why?) –Landless farmers move to cities Causes Industrial Revolution/


Modern Europe II Unit 3 - Industrial Revolution and Reform, 1815-1848.

3 - Industrial Revolution and Reform, 1815-1848 The Industrial RevolutionIndustrial Revolution was one of the great revolutions of mankind  First being the Neolithic (agricultural) revolution  Last of Great Revolutions that shaped modern Europe  Importance  Radically changed the methods of production  Before, humans were limited to human and animal power  Now, humans were able to harness the power of machines  Able to mass produce goods  Leads to a changes in lifestyles/


MODERN ERA INTERACTIONS: 1750 - 1914. THEMES Modernization Modernization Reform, industrialization, progress minus WesternizationReform, industrialization,

Revolution as Interaction French Revolution as Interaction French revolutionary success sparked interest throughout Europe, AmericasFrench revolutionary success sparked interest throughout Europe, Americas Many revolutionary regimes set up by French armies in Italy, GermanyMany revolutionary regimes set up by French armies in/imperialismModern imperialism Refers to domination of industrialized countries over subject lands Refers to domination of industrialized countries over subject lands Domination achieved/


■ Essential Question: – What caused an Industrial Revolution in England in the 1800s? – Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in Europe?

■ Essential Question: – What caused an Industrial Revolution in England in the 1800s? – Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in Europe? In the mid-1700s, an Industrial Revolution began in England that transformed the way work was done By 1900, industrialization spread through Europe & to the United States transforming the West into the dominant region of the world What caused the Industrial Revolution & why did it begin in England? Rather than making goods by hand, new machines mass-produced/


The Industrial Revolution Spreads.  Learning Points  Examine how scientific and technological changes and new forms of energy brought about massive.

about massive social, economic, and cultural change during the Industrial Revolution. The Industrial Revolution Spreads  As the Industrial Revolution spread in the 1800s:  Other nations took the lead from Britain  Iron gave way to steel  Steam gave way to electricity  Businesses gave way to corporations. The Industrial Revolution Spreads  Industrial Revolution spread from Britain to Belgium, then to the rest of Europe. The Industrial Revolution Spreads  Other nations beat Britain because:  They had/


AP Europe Midterm Review 1347-1851 Monday January 28, 2013 Rm 218 10:00-12:00.

, War of Religion, Exploration, Commercial Revolution, Absolutism (Western or Eastern), Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment, Revolution (English, French 1789, 1830, 1848), Concert of Europe (Metternich Age), Industrial Revolution, Revolutions of 1848, etc. Write which characteristic/ the Great cutting beard off noble Eastern Absolutism (1683-1725) Reflects Peter’s cultural revolution in an attempt to westernize backward Russia in order to make it a strong state. Buzz Words: Old Believers, St. Petersburg/


Ideologies of Change: Europe 1815-1914 Revolutions of 1848.

-Louis Phillipe took throne: reinstated Constitution but kept control of parliament; only small enfranshisement -1840s: economy suffering – agricultural disasters, slow industrial growth, decline living conditions Reform & Revolution France -Political protests increased (as in much of Europe) -1848: protest became revolution in Paris -Several ‘socio-economic’ groups (middle classes, workers, peasants) including liberals, socialists-- united against ‘bourgeois monarchy’ -Paris centre of violent conflict/


Chapter 22 The Industrial Revolution Part 1. The Industrial Revolution 1780-1850 Part of the Dual Revolution (the other part is the French Revolution)

’s only a small segment of British working people were employed in factories By 1850, industrialism had spread throughout Europe…20 years! By 1850, industrialism had spread throughout Europe…20 years! The Economic Changes Of the Industrial Revolution did more to revolutionize life in Europe and Western civilization than any other movement Of the Industrial Revolution did more to revolutionize life in Europe and Western civilization than any other movement Society had not/


Warm-Up: 3/19 Approximately three-fourths of the world’s industrial production is concentrated in four regions. Which of the following is NOT a part of.

regions. Which of the following is NOT a part of one of these four regions? A.southeastern Canada B.Ukraine C.eastern Russia D.Japan E.western Europe The industrial revolution began in A.Great Britain B.Japan C.the Soviet Union D.the United States E.Germany The lowest cost form of transporting goods very long distances is: A.truck B.train /


Revolutions Europe, America, Industrial, Socialist.

, Indonesia, AFRICA Imperialism in Africa Imperialism Defined nations authority The policy of extending a nations authority by territorial acquisition or by the establishment of economic and political hegemony over other nations. What do you think will happen as a result? Africa Pre-1800’s –“the Dark Continent”, bc little was known about it. Europe had just left the Industrial Revolution –The most prolific age/


Emerging Industrial Society in West Chapter 23 pgs. 512-536.

realignments to stabilize Europe Political movements to challenge conservatives Liberalism = limited gov, representation, freedoms Radicalism, Socialism, Nationalism Continued revolution & reform in Greece, Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, Britain, & U.S. “Liberty Leading the People” -a romantic view of nationalism & the 1830 revolution in France Industry & Revolution - 1848 Industrialization added pressure for social reform, nationalism, & revolution EX – Chartist Movement Revolutions of 1848/


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