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>>6129334
You can't have an industrial revolution without an agricultural revolution.
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the industrial JEWvolution was started by JEWS to destroy WHITE society by corrupting them with wealth and standards of living. The real family toils in the fields as dictated by GOD, it was the JEWS
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>>6129351
Because the industrial revolution, whites were peasant slaves. Their slavers were white nobility.
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>>6129345
All the invention that made posible were done by europeans starting from the steam machine developed by james watt in 1770
So try again dasyu
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1: Britain has been at least loosely connected to Mediterranean trade since Roman times, so was kept up to date technologically.

2: The heavy plow, horse collar, 3 field crop rotation and other innovations increased populations in Europe.

3: The vikings discovered how to sail the oceans. The volume of trade expanded in the 13th century creating a trade network extending from the Mediterranean to the North Sea fostering innovation.

4: From the 15th century onwards everyone in this trade network began to set itself apart, notably the explorations by the Spanish but also the large scale production of ships and cannons, innovations in clockmaking, glassware, building projects, printed works.

5: Within Europe, southern England, northern France, the Netherlands and northern Germany all had very good conditions for agriculture, dense population and high urbanization.

6: Polities in these regions would compete for their share of manufacturing and trade. France was by far the most powerful. Flanders in the Netherlands had been a manufacturing center since medieval times. However Britain was more secure being an island and due to improvements in ship building it was less burdensome to move manufacturing to Britain. This was a factor at least in the Glorious Revolution.

7: During the 18th century Britain would compete with France and assist their enemies in wars on the continent. Britain did not have to maintain a large land army. Its long coastline also helped spread the benefits of trade across the country. Britain was also quite a free country, though not the only country with an institution like parliament and some level of free speech, these liberties would be expanded greatly in tandem with economic development. This would stand in contrast to France that was quite a repressive environment. Britain enjoyed the fruits of technological progress and it is estimated by the Napoleonic era their GDP per capita was double that of France.
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adam smith told people to specialize labor so they did and they could make 1000x as much stuff
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>>6129382
Incorrect,Charles ‘Turnip’ Townshend introduced the Norfolk four-course rotation of wheat‒turnips‒barley‒clover in the 1730s
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>>6129691
He look quite jewish
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>>6129714
Please nigger
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>>6129382
>farting from the steam machine
he had once massive BRRRAAAAAPPP
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Great Britain 1700s
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>>6130141
imagine the smell
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>>6129382
>>6130174
>>6130141
>using raw sewage to produce a mega streamy BRAAAPP
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>>6129351
lol



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