World Record Name: conducted the world's first industrial revolution is the United Kingdom
World record holder: English
World record fields: Industrial Revolution
World Record rules: the world's first industrial revolution carried out in the country.
World record number: 20121000048
World Record valid: to record was broken up.
World Record Witness: carrying the flag of World Records certified teacher 001
World Records Source: World record library to carrying the flag
World Record Certification date: October 16, 2012
World Record Details:
Conducted the world's first industrial revolution, is the United Kingdom.
Industrial Revolution (The Industrial Revolution), also known as the Industrial Revolution, originated Midlands, refers to the early history of capitalist industrialization, that capitalist production completed from the handicraft workshop to large industrial machines transitional stage. Industrial revolution based machines replace human to replace large-scale factory production workshop manual production of a self-production and technological revolution. Since the invention of the machine and apply to become a sign of the times, so historians call this era as "machine age" (the Age of Machines). Mid-18th century, the British Watt improved the steam engine, caused by a series of technological revolution powered machines from manual labor to shift significant leap in production. Followed by the United Kingdom and throughout the European continent to spread in the 19th century spread to North America.
Some people think about the industrial revolution has begun in 1750, but until 1830, it did not really boom swing. Majority view is that the industrial revolution originated Midlands. 1765, British workers Hargreaves invented the spinning jenny, marking the first industrial revolution in Britain appears. Mid-18th century, the British Watt improved the steam engine, caused by a series of technological revolution powered machines from manual labor to shift significant leap in production. Then the industrial revolution spread to England and then to the entire European continent, the 19th century spread to North America. Later, the industrial revolution spread to the world。