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Use this History and Western Heritage video entitled Economic Advance and Social Unrest 1830-1850 to study how although the industrialization of Europe began in the late 18th century, it was not until the close of the Napoleonic era that the full impact of the Industrial Revolution became apparent. By 1850, industrialization had swept across Europe from Britain to eastern Europe. The process created many new uncertainties and fears for all classes, but the financial success experienced by a few acted as a continuing stimulant to the many. In this crucial period of European history, all modes of human existence would undergo a transformation not fully understood even today.

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