The Causes Of The Industrial Revolution In England

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What are the causes of the Industrial Revolution? How and why the Industrial Revolution began in England? Introduction :- The Industrial revolution is a historic transformation that changed traditional societies into modern societies. It can also be define as the name that is given to the business which people’s life changed because of machines, add to the their process of manufacturing. It happened through industrialization, in Europe in the late 1700. It resulted in long-distance and most thorough changes in the history of mankind. Moreover it is continuing its influence on our live nowadays. Ultimately, the countries that adopted technological and economic advantages ruled the most of the world. In this essay I am going to write about…show more content…
The beginning of the industrial revolution was with iron , pottery and cotton products, they were exceedingly used in manufacturing but the machines can do double work than the manual work. The first cause is the revolution of agriculture that allowed people to the cities and manufacturing and freed them from the soil . The second cause , having less death-rate and less diseases which means higher population and larger industrial workforce. The third case, their request for goods. The forth cause , their culture is based on taking risks , developing ideas and working hard. The fifth cause, the existence of the resources which are wanted close to each other like the coal and the iron. The sixth cause is the new technology that is allowed by the scientific revolution and the innovation which increased the production and made it cheaper. The seventh and the last cause is the export of hand made goods and importing different materials were allowed because of the imperialistic trade routes. These are the causes that started the industrial revolution in…show more content…
Britain’s multitude of natural resource like coal, cotton and iron was the one of the main factors that allowed the industrial revolution to start in Britain. Also Britain was one of the most powerful countries in the world by the end of the 19th century. And why did it started in England not France, because the industrializing didn’t convert the local manufacturing system of France but England had to industrialize. Also their population in the 18th century was nearly twice the British population, they artlessly can magnify their local system of production by drawing in new houses. Consequently, France is able to rise it 's production without innovating, also without adopting any new system they can grow their existing system. There top beginning was in technology and trade. In 1870 Britain had a lot of factors that allowed the industrial revolution to began in England. The first factor is the agriculture because It is related to industrial and is one of the raw materials resources. The economy of agriculture generated a major overflowing of eating and drinking and because of it 's exports it had categorized the ‘Granary of Europe’. Nevertheless, there was labor and underemployment problems and new ‪output inserted, thus people had double jobs. The second factor is the population, in the earlier 18 century the population of British had increased, mostly in the middle of the era.
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