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HIST 2117: Modern Germany Spring 2014. Lecture Two: Industry and Society. Germany Under the “Twin Revolutions”. French Revolution Industrial Revolution Demographic Revolution Agricultural Revolution. West vs. East- Elbian Germany. Latifundia Agriculture in the East Junkers and Serfdom

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hist 2117 modern germany spring 2014

HIST 2117: Modern GermanySpring 2014

Lecture Two: Industry and Society

germany under the twin revolutions
Germany Under the “Twin Revolutions”
  • French Revolution
  • Industrial Revolution
  • Demographic Revolution
  • Agricultural Revolution
west vs east elbian germany
West vs. East-Elbian Germany
  • Latifundia Agriculture in the East
  • Junkers and Serfdom
  • Small Peasant Agriculture in the West
  • Peasant Emancipation (Bauernbefreiung)
    • Wurttemberg 1817
    • Hesse-Darmstadt, Mecklenburg 1820
    • Hesse-Kassel, Hannover, Sachsen-Altenburg 1831
  • Potatoes
population growth and urbanization
Population Growth and Urbanization
  • “Home Towns” and Guild System
  • Emergence of Cities

Berlin 172,000 to 419,000

Munich 40,000 to 107,000

Cologne 50,000 to 97,000

Stuttgart 18,000 to 47,000

Krefeld 8,000 to 47,000

  • Urban Problems -- Cholera
industry and the industrial revolution
Industry and the Industrial Revolution
  • Proto-industrialization and the Putting-out System
  • The Ruhr Industries
  • Nurnberg-Furth Railroad 1835
  • Germany in Comparison to the Rest of Europe
population growth
Population Growth
  • Causes of Demographic Change: Mortality, Fertility, Nuptiality
  • Family Structures and Inheritance
  • Local Population Pressures
  • Emigration