Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in Europe?
Science had advance far enough to the point that people realized with all the raw
materials coming in it was high time to put that to use. combine that with the fact that
there were tons of people fresh from the farms ready for work and the huge amount of
land available for putting buildings and factories on, the time was ripe for a revolution!
The industrial revolution took place in England. This was mostly because England was a country by itself separated from the other European countries. This gave England a very big advantage from the rest of Europe. The industrial revolution began in the 1700's in Manchester, England. The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain between 1760 and 1840.
Which statement best describes the relationship between the industrial revolution and the scientific revolution in Europe?
The industrial revolution began in the mid-to-late 18th century starting in Western Europe, namely England. Inventions such as the flying shuttle, water frame and power loom made mass production of textiles possible and became the first step toward the industrial revolution. The need for this arose when production of textiles was considered a household task that was long and tedious, and the industrial revolution made such tasks much easier and opened up opportunities for employment…