Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution, spanning the late 18th and 19th centuries, marked a profound transformation in human history. Characterized by a shift from agrarian and craft-based economies to industrialized mass production, it brought about unprecedented technological advancements. Steam engines, mechanized textile production, and the harnessing of electricity revolutionized manufacturing and transportation. This era of innovation and urbanization not only improved living standards but also posed significant challenges, such as labor exploitation and environmental consequences. The Industrial Revolution laid the foundation for the modern world, shaping economies, societies, and global trade, and setting the stage for ongoing technological progress and industrialization.

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