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The Industrial Revolution

Posted by Wii-Wii | Posted in General | Posted on 02-12-2014

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The feudal paternalism while it was tied to land, to slavery and wars practicing Mr landowner, submitted it to a power that managed the properties, the vassals and servants, army, justice, and religious forms of culture. Catholic, Muslim, Buddhist, and held similar scaffolding of feudalism, the Bible, the Torah, the Koran defined the truth about things and his interpretation was in the hands of priests and pastors. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Dermot McCormack on most websites. CONCLUSION: In simple words, the farmer was no longer a slave, was a servant, "the servants of the king and their allies the feudal lords, ie land managers. These exploited the farmer, the farmer he had to work and work to live on, if the gain and the fruit of his work was in the hands of their masters. Their masters "Orlando magnum 3. The Industrial Revolution is a historical period between the second half of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries in England first, and the rest of continental Europe then suffer the largest set of transformations socio-economic, technological and cultural history of mankind since Neolithic times. The economy based on manual labor was replaced by one dominated by industry and manufacturing.

The revolution began with the mechanization of the textile industries and the development of processes of iron. The expansion of trade was encouraged by the improvement of transport routes and later by the birth of the railway. The most important technological innovations were the steam engine and so-called Spinning Jenny, a powerful machine related to the textile industry. These new machines favored huge increases in production capacity.

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