Summary of The Railroad Journey and the Industrial Revolution: Crash Course World History 214

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The video discusses how the industrial revolution, which was started by the development of railroads, changed the way people lived and interacted with the world. It also talks about how the speed of the industrial revolution made it difficult for people to adapt at first, but over time people became more accepting of change.

  • 00:00:00 In the 1800s, people were starting to industrialized and this process involved a lot of new technology, one of which was the railroad. The railroad changed the way people saw and interacted with nature, as well as their travel.
  • 00:05:00 The industrial revolution was a time when new technologies, such as the railroad, changed the way humans lived and perceived the world. The speed of the industrial revolution made it difficult for people to adapt, and as a result many people became fearful of change. However, over time, people became more adaptable to change and eventually the positive impacts of the industrial revolution outweighed the negative.
  • 00:10:00 The Industrial Revolution began with the development of railroads in the 1800s, which made transportation and trade much easier and faster. Railroads also created a sense of nostalgia for the past, as many people are now fond of pre-industrial methods of travel and consumption.

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