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Compare and Contrast the process of Industrialisation in France and Germany prior to 1914.
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Compare and Contrast the process of Industrialisation
in France and Germany prior to 1914.
The rate of industrialisation of both Germany and France was at a very similar level
for much of the nineteenth century. With a few differences in the speed towards the
beginning of the twentieth century. But it is important to signify when the industrialisation
process began and ended. I believe that if it had not been for the war in 1914 that Germany
would have continued in its massive upturn and surpassed even Britain in industrial
magnitude. This was when the process ended as man power and machinery was at use for
militancy. The process can be marked as starting at the beginning of the 1800s because
although Britain had begun earlier the French and Germans had started later and continued
upon a slow road to industrial compliance. I have used three yardsticks by which to measure
the industrial development of the two countries Germany and France. The beginnings of the
industrial age, the production levels of iron, coal and steel in
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