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Industrial Revolution - Germany

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Industrial
OVERVIEW
TRANSPORTATION
The Triple Alliance
PRUSSIA
INDUSTRIES
OVERVIEW
PRUSSIA
TREATY OF VERSAILLES
INDUSTRIES
Unification of Germany
Reichstag
KAISER & WWI
Social Class and Immigration
Karl Marx
Rise to Power
Anti-Semitism
Formed in 1882
Italy, Germany and Austria-Hungary
Germany declares war
Austria-Hungary declares war
Italy
Turkish empire joins the alliance
Economics
Railroads

Natural Resources
Coal

Steel
Justin Hansen, Bill Zhao, Clara Temer, Shanaya C., Spencer Straight, Tiandra Hall
Period 1


Coal Mining
Steel Manufacturing
Krupp family
Social Democratic Party of Germany
Revisionists
Heinrich Treitscke
Adolf Stoecker
Wilhelm Marr
Outlawed 1878-1890
Conflicts
Marxists
Industrial Revolution 1850-1913

Confessional Divide
http://www.gunnlibrary.org/past.html
Frankfurt Parliament
Nationalism
http://www.i-fink.com/the-greenhouse-effect/
http://spartacus-educational.com/TUmarx.htm
Economy
Affects
Threatened Rivals
Industrial Power
http://5tjt.com/european-rabbis-seek-laws-against-anti-semitic-hate-speech/
http://freesweden.net/strange.html
http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/higher/history/nationalism/unification/revision/2/
Industrial Impacts
Farmers
Workers
Merchants
Rulers
Intellectuals
Religious Figures

Settlements
Growth
Railroad industry
German Parliament

Otto von Bismarck

Catholics

Marxism

Middle and Lower Class
Emperor from 1888-1918.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industrial_Revolution

Bismarck became Chancellor
German Unification
1848- Rapid industrialization begins
http://www.heritage-history.com/index.php?c=academy&s=char-dir&f=bismarck
http://www.pinterest.com/pin/122582421079173029/
Revolution
In
Germany
Iron
Textile production
http://www.authentichistory.com/1914-1920/1-overview/1-origins/
1871 - Unification
Of Germany
1883 - Karl
Marx Death
1888 - Growth of
Economical
Powers
1890 - Social Democratic
Party Of Germany Ended

1882 - Start of the
Triple Alliance
1888 - Wilhelm
becomes emperor
1914 - WWI Begins
1918 - WWI Ends
Changes
Political
Social
Economic
Events
Important figures
Died at the age of 82 on June 4 of 1949.
His first wife died along with his sons suicide in 1920.
As WW1 began, Wilhelm fell into a deep depression.
http://www.roebuckclasses.com/ideas/industrialrevolution.html
Early Life
1818
Family
Education
Career
Writings
Influence
Death
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