The industrialization of the continental powers, 1780-1914
The Industrialisation of the Continental Powers is both a broad survey of the process of European industrialisation from the late eighteenth century to the First World War, and also a closely argued comparative economic study of how this process was experienced by different great powers.
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Chapter Two Germany
Chapter Three France
Chapter Four Russia
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