1.THE SPREAD OF INDUSTRIALIZATION AND THE SECOND INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION:
In the 18th century there were many battles And conflicts that doubled by the end of the 19th century. Wars suck Up funds people die and disease come up resulting in less production and Innovation. Politically, Europe was quite conservative and mostly held together By an organic and traditional government, but a will of autonomy and Independence was there. The Industrial Revolution did eventually pop it set out In Europe through many ingenious individuals, and as ideas changed the nation’s Form so did the rate of industrialization increase in Europe and America. It Wasn’t just in Britain that coal mines flooded and because of the proximity Between the two areas, a new common engine come into the country by 1720. The Napoleonic Wars at the turn of the century would help open up trade with France. After the Belgium revolution sparked by an opera of all things, cities invested again in British technology. Belgium began to expand it’s own railways which improved trade with Germany, areas more Centred on agriculture such as Flanders, didn’t see the same success as that of Vilonia, which was quickly becoming a place for emigration as well as the Emergence of liberal and socialist movements major strikes would take place Throughout the nineteenth century as Belgium’s traditionally rural society Shifted rapidly into an urban one around those with coal mines and factories. France was dealing with it’s own cultural revolution and produced it’s own Forms of industrialization, because the Industrial Revolution was underway in Britain. The French Revolution spread the ideas of the Enlightenment and helped Spark the growth of new isms like conservativism, nationalism and liberalism. Agriculture was more important than industry, this contrasted for example with Adam Smith’s idea that labour was more important than land. With a more Institutional model, Paris received several makeovers and civic planning Construction of urban facilities, but after 1814 with Napoleon’s defeat, France Was no longer the dominant power, once was the old order was restored and France failed to keep up with other countries that were rapidly expanding the Railroad lines and industrial factories. Finally, with Napoleon’s nephew, Louie, who come to power so years later industrial expansion was encouraged.