By Tom Kemp
Publish 12 months note: First released 1974 by way of Longman Publishing Group
Written for the layman in addition to the commercial historian this recognized and much-used publication not just offers a normal synthesis of the development of ecu industrialisation; it additionally offers fabric for a comparative research by means of illustrating, in separate case reviews, the categorical features of improvement in Britain, France, Germany, Russia and Italy.
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Land was unproductive without people to work it. With the manor, therefore, necessarily went the inhabitants of the village communities. On the manor these inhabitants enjoyed the protection of their overlords whose monopoly of coercive power gave some guarantee of tranquillity and order in an era of internecine baronial wars and lawlessness. Conserving certain rights in the soil which antedated the manor itself, the rural population were not chattel slaves (at least for the most part) but neither were more than a small minority free men.
The textile industry, even, put no great demands on the capital goods industry since the machines which it required were at first simple enough to be constructed locally, as required, by existing skilled workers. The same was true also ofthe early steam engines. It was only as a market came into existence for textile machinery and steam engines that specialized producers began to tum to standardized quantity production. It is unlikely that the early stages of industrialization required such a 18 British andEuropean industrialization big heave in investment as has sometimes been supposed.
It brought on to the scene advanced financial and business techniques and made the wealthy familiar with new forms ofinvestment. It was a great stimulant for heavy industry and led to the rapid adoption of techniques of iron-making, coal-mining and engineering which had been available for a long time but which had been comparatively little used. Without making the contrast too sharp, it can be said that in the experience of the latecomers the capital goods industries played a more important role in the industrialization process than they had done at a comparable stage in British experience.
Industrialization in Nineteenth Century Europe by Tom Kemp