Similarities And Differences Between The Industrial Revolution And World War 1

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Both the Early Industrial Period, during 1760-1851, and World War I, in 1914 to 1918, were major events in the world, which altered social, economic, and political systems through innovations or war. The dominance of intellectuals and innovations in the Early industrial Period created more social power towards women by allowing the access of education and additional occupations outside of home, although they were still subordinate to men. In WWI, women replaced men and their jobs because of the violent and brutal combat against Germany and several other regions. The population declined in WWI, which resulted in 37 million deaths as Britain 's population doubled, which is a major difference in both time frames. Moreover, in Russia, the reign of Catherine the Great between 1762 to 1792 demonstrated the importance of women and her political significance of expanding the Russian Empire, improving administration, and developing the policy of Westernization. Eighteenth-century Britain and Russia both adopted the idea of women in social power and allowed some civil and political rights, however, Russia authorized a female leader, whereas in Britain, women didn’t exercise political power as extensive as Russia. World War I and the Early Industrial Period changed social systems worldwide and were similar in a sense in which they both had developments in society, particularly in women’s roles, but the population growth for both periods were disparate.
Even though the Industrial

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