Similarity between the goals of Mao Zedong


Eventually, the force of nationalism would shatter these empires



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Eventually, the force of nationalism would shatter these empires


Effects of the European Industrial Revolution

  • The Industrial Revolution began in Britain in 1750 – it was the use of machines in factories to produce goods

  • Industrialization leads to the increased manufacturing of goods and therefore to a decrease in the price of goods

  • As goods become more affordable, more individuals can buy goods and thus, the standard of living increases

  • Of course, industrialization also fuels imperialism – as industrial nations want many natural resources for their factories and are able to gain cheap natural resources through conquest

  • Among the first results of the European Industrial Revolution in other parts of the world was the increased demand for commodities such as cotton and palm oil

  • Cotton was used to make textiles and as people in Europe began to take sanitation and hygiene seriously, demand for soap increased, resulting in the demand for vegetable oil suitable for soap manufacture and other technical uses





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