2 edition of Industrial Revolution in Switzerland 1700-1914 found in the catalog.
Industrial Revolution in Switzerland 1700-1914
B. M. Biucchi
|Statement||[by] B.M. Biucchi ; translated by Muriel Grindrod.|
|Series||The Fontana economic history of Europe -- vol.4 Chap.10|
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On the other hand, the chapters on Switzerland and the Low Coun-tries are so brief and misleading as to be virtually useless. The chapter that will probably be of most interest to readers of this journal is that on "Technological Progress and the Industrial Revolu-tion, " in volume 3, by Samuel Lilley (University of Nottingham). The Industrial Revolution (–). The term Industrial Revolution, like similar historical concepts, is more convenient than precise. It is convenient because history requires division into periods for purposes of understanding and instruction and because there were sufficient innovations at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries to justify the choice of this as one of the periods.
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Industrial Revolution is one of those pervasive phrases with which we cannot now dispense, but which has assumed so protean a character as to become almost formless. The term originated in France: in Jérôme-Adolphe Blanqui wrote that ‘la révolution industrielle se met en possession de l’Angleterre.’.
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London: Fontana. Everything changed during the Industrial Revolution, which began around People found an extra source of energy with an incredible capacity for work.
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James Watt perfects steam engine. - Industrialization & Society Challenging History Challenging History S by Tonge, Neil.“The Industrial Revolution in Switzerland,” in Cipolla, op.
cit., pp. – 10 On industrialization in Prussia and Austria, see Knut Borchandt, “The Industrial Revolution in Germany –” and Gross, N. by: The Industrial Revolution was to change profoundly the face of Europe but few of these changes were apparent in Population Demographic studies are not an exact science and the textbooks do not always agree on numbers.
But all historians agree that the population of Europe rose quite dramatically in the eighteenth century.