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Industrialization in other countries: Japan

Industrialization in other countries: Japan Tokugawa Shogunate Era Japan was a feudal state which was in seclusion with Emperor just as a figurehead and real power lying with Shogun, who was originally the chief officer of Emperor but had managed to monopolise the power. Under the shogunate, bureaucracy worked with semi-feudal alliances between regional daimyos […]

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Industrialization in other countries: Germany

Industrialization in other countries: Germany Germany Before Unification (Up to 1871): The Industrial Revolution began about a century later in Germany than it did in England. Before 1871, Germany was not united properly. This was because of the power struggle, mainly between Prussia and Austria, that was occurring at the time. This disunity did not […]

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Industrialization in other countries: Russia

Industrialization in other countries: Russia Background and early difficulties in the progress of Russia By 1815, Russia was not only the largest, most populous nation in Europe but also a great world power. Since the 1600s, explorers had pushed the Russian frontier eastward across Siberia to the Pacific. Peter the Great and Catherine the Great […]

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