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Use this World History video The Industrial Revolution Part 1 to study how steam engines and the production of iron stimulated the spread of industry throughout Britain and the world, and learn the many ways in which the rapid advances in technology ushered in by the Industrial Revolution changed economies and societies. Learn the reasons why the Industrial Revolution began in Britain in the 18th century, and explore the initial impact of industrialization on the British working class

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  • Cause of The Industrial Revolution. Study the History of Industrialisation. Discover how industrialization began in Britain, spread throughout the world, and dramatically affected human existence.
  • Discover how steam engines and the production of iron stimulated the spread of industry throughout Britain and the world, and learn the many ways in which the rapid advances in technology ushered in by the Industrial Revolution changed economies and societies.
  • Examine the reasons why the Industrial Revolution began in Britain in the eighteenth century, and explore the initial impact of industrialization on the British working class.
  • Learn the main stages of the Industrial Revolution in Britain, and explain the far-reaching significance of the invention of the spinning frame and the important role played by the British textile industry in the construction of railways throughout Britain.
  • Uncover the reason for the introduction of the mass-production process by American industry, and name the first mass-produced product manufactured in the United States.
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