Finally, the ‘Witte System’ enforced extra taxes to the over taxed peasants, creating more funds. Already Witte was making major progress for the ‘economically backward’ Russia and he would go on to make further progress, as industrialisation was finally starting to emerge in Russia, which modernised income greatly in comparison to the grain export industry that they so heavily relied on. The Witte system made continued progress for the Russian economy by the construction of the Trans-Siberian railway line, which ran 7000km across the Russia Empire, from St Petersburg in the West to Vladivostok in the East. Due to the Trans-Siberian railway, communication was vastly improved as it connected the whole of the vast size of Russia. Also, as it reached the Pacific Ocean, it meant Russia could trade with Asian countries such as China and Japan, due to shipping ports, and could reach back to St Petersburg.
How did George Wahington spark the French and Indian War? George Washington sparked the French Indian war by firing (shooting) forty miles from Fort Duquense and assassinating the French leader. Global War and Colonial Disunity Know: Benjamin Franklin, Albany Plan of Union, “Join or die” 5. What was meant by the statement, “America was conquered in Germany? The statement "America was conquered in Germany" means that whichever country would prove to be the most powerful in Europe would boost the rights to America since allegedly no troops where worthy enough to send them to America.
Its economy skyrocketed from productions and advances in food and textiles. Changes in textile machinery, large population of workers, and changes in agriculture contribute to why the revolution began in England. The revolution provided plentiful jobs, increased the wealth of the nation, produced more goods to satisfy a growing population, and helped raise the standard of living. Changes in textile machinery, large population of workers, and changes in agriculture contribute to why the revolution began in England. The famous phrase that sums up the Industrial Revolution in England is: “Land, Labor,
which began with the europeans at the top , followed by european ancestry , than the creole races, and last the slaves .communications further advanced in brazil. north american plantations slaves formed hybrid cultures. there are still some creole languages that exist in the southern areas of the us such as the gullah gullah language .as well as in the united states and canada mixed races began to rise.the growing economy in western europe lead the formation of the middle class. western europe was unchanged during this process a result of new global contacts . the evolution of social structures in the americans lead to the collapse of the african social
The colonies first used indentured slaves on plantations, but they were much more expensive than slavery. Indentured slaves had their fare to America payed for as well as supplied with comfortable living conditions and in some cases, food. Slavery was introduced to America and it was a big hit. Slavery was almost free compared to indentured slaves, and with that money farmers were saving, they spent it on even more slaves and expanding their plantations. More plantations meant more crops being produced, which meant more profits that could be used to expand plantations.
The Civil War was the bloodiest conflict in United States history, with more soldiers killed and wounded than in any other war. (Dale 5.) Before the Civil War, there was conflict between the North and the South. In 1828, the Tariff of Abominations was ratified; the overall goal of this tariff was to protect industry in the Northern United States from having to compete with British products. This act increased the price of imported goods because imported goods were much cheaper than those in the United States.
Big business had the greatest impact on the ability farmers had access to make a living. After industrialization and many inventions, farmers who could afford them used these tools to speed up the process of cultivating, harvesting and other tiresome tasks. Consequently, a small number of wealthy farmers were able to produce and distribute crops at a much higher rate than their competitors who did not have the machinery they possessed. With an abundance of money gained, farmers were able to expand by purchasing more land, in some cases, farmers purchased the lands near the railroads and relied on railroad companies, merchants, and also bankers to distribute their, products from the west to both Midwest and northeast markets. These farmers complained that these railroad companies were charging a high rate to have the goods shipped and that they would only offer favorable rates to wealthy northeastern industrialists at the farmers’ expense.
This, along with collectivisation, was a turning point that made Russian economy one of the largest and fastest growing in the world at the time. As the abolition of the NEP meant a move towards Socialism, it would make sense that the agricultural policy would also change. Collectivisation was therefore pursued; it was the combining of all the farms in a region into one, state-controlled farm. This had the effect of pushing Russia forward in the ‘Communist’ direction as well as the more important consequence of increasing agricultural output in order to support the industrial growth. Generally, the agriculture production in this period saw a rise from the 74.5 million tonnes of grain harvested in 1913 (while Russia still operated under the Tsarist regime) to 97.1 million in 1940  .
Also Austria-Hungary’s king and family visited Sarajevo- Bosnia was assassinated by conspirator Gavrilo Princip Austria striked back in revenge. But the most important came from countries distrust for one another because it led the Great powers of Europe-Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Britain, France, and Russia signed treaties pledging to defend one another. These alliances were intended to promote peace by promoting powerful combinations that no one would dare to attack. But 2 huge alliances emerged in the end. France longed to avenge its defeat in Franco-Prussian War, Bismarck signed treaties with other powered thinking they wouldn’t attack Germany alone.
In the 1800s, the African American population was skyrocketing. As the United States expanded and conquered more land, more slaves were needed and this was good news for the plantation owners. As the United States expanded, landowners demanded more slaves to cultivate the developing agricultural economy in the West. Inter-slave mating, therefore, became the standard for labor replacement and profit maximization. With the extra increase in slaves, they had the choice of using the extra labor force or selling slaves to other land owners.