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The industrialization of Europe, 1780-1914

Author: W O Henderson
Publisher: New York, Harcourt, Brace & World, 1969
Series: History of European civilization library.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st American editionView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Henderson, W.O. (William Otto), 1904-1993.
Industrialization of Europe, 1780-1914.
New York] Harcourt, Brace & World [1969]
(OCoLC)812193944
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W O Henderson
OCLC Number: 17333
Description: 215 pages : 141 illustrations, 18 in color, maps, portraits ; 21 cm.
Contents: Industrial growth. The great inventions ; The railway revolution ; Social adaptability ; The impact of war ; The promotion of industry, 1840-70 ; Industrial progress, 1870-1914 --
The inventors. The ironmasters ; The architects of the steam age ; The ship builders ; The railway pioneers ; The textile innovators ; The engineers ; The second great wave of inventions ; The industrial chemists ; The electrical technologists ; The motor-car designers ; American inventors ; Incentives to invention --
The entrepreneurs. Public enterprise : Prussia, Friedrich von Motz ; Prussia, Peter Beuth ; Prussia, Christian von Rother ; France, Louis Napoleon ; Russia, Sergei Witte --
Private enterprise : Inventor entrepreneur Werner Siemens ; Merchant entrepreneur John Marshall ; Craftsman entrepreneur Alfred Krupp ; Banker entrepreneurs Emile and Isaac pereire ; Feudal entrepreneur István Széchenyi ; Russian serf entrepreneurs --
The workers. Enlightened employers ; State action ; The self-help movement ; The cooperative societies ; The growth of trade unionism ; The Chartists ; The German Socialists ; The Luddites ; Workers' risings in Silesia ; The Plug-Plot Riots ; Anarchists and Syndicalists ; Emigration ; Europe in 1914.
Series Title: History of European civilization library.
Responsibility: [by] W.O. Henderson.

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