1st Industrial revolution
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The agriculture revolution in Great Britain paved the way for industrial revolution with new farming techniques and improved livestock breeding led to amplified food production. The Industrial Revolution started in Great Britain in the 18th century.
Later on new inventions were starting to be made, such as sewing machines, steam engines, factories and more. Population and consumer demand also started to increase so more factories were built and urbanization increased.
As urbanization increased and more factories were built, people started to move to the city in hope of finding employment
Luddites ( a term used on someone who is opposed new technology) protested against and broke machines threatening to take away/ replace their jobs.
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