INDUSTRIAL HISTORY OF EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Industrial History of Austria
Industrial History of Belgium
The industrial revolution on the European continent began in Belgium. Before that, the country had traditionally enjoyed a vibrant trading tradition for many years.
Industrial History of the Czech Republic
Industrial History of Denmark
Industrial History of France
The course of industrialisation in France was so idiosyncratic that for a long time people wondered whether an industrial revolution had ever taken place in the country.
Industrial History of Germany
The first German textile factory was built in 1784 in Ratingen near Düsseldorf. It was called "Cromford" after its English model and was very much on its own in Germany.
Industrial History of . Italy
Industrial History of Luxembourg
Who would have thought that this small country in the heart of Europe was once one of the largest iron producers in the world? Whereas the north of Luxemburg is mostly agricultural ...
Industrial History of the Netherlands
The industrialisation of the Netherlands did not simultaneously result in smoking chimneystacks as in Britain, Belgium and Germany. In the mid 18th century Amsterdam was ...
Industrial History of Norway
Well into the 19th century Norway was still a pre-industrial country with a poorly-developed infrastructure and transportation system. 90 per cent of the population lived as self-sufficient ...
Industrial History of Poland
Industrial History of Spain
Industrialisation in Spain varied geographically. Three regions were the pioneers: Basque Country, Asturias and Catalonia. In the Basque Country, the iron industry was concentrated.
Industrial History of Sweden
Industrial History of Turkey
Industrial History of the United Kingdom
The Industrial Revolution, which brought so many chimney stacks and soot-ridden workers' housing settlements to Europe, began on the fields of British farmers.