Caribbean and Latin America revolutions for Independence :1700s -1966.

 I think the most important event in the 19th century is the revolutions of the Caribbean and Latin America that created independence.  This gave countries of both Caribbean and Latin America, freedom to run their own country and control their natural resources. Also make their own political and economic decisions without the interference of European Imperialism.

The industrial Revolution : 1712 - 1944

This period for Europe, the Americas and Asia benefitted because of the innovations of machines that created mass production, the enhancement of transportation and the establishment of  middle class living. It also created and influenced change  for women rights.  However the industrial revolution came with a price. Over crowded cities and poor working conditions just to name a few.  

Imperialism : 1700s -1939

Here are some of the  advatages of Imprialism : The development of modern technologies , like steam powered ships to aid in the expansion of European empires . Also strong economy, government, armies and jobs were provided to mainly the mother country . Colonies received this benefit as well, but not on par with the mother countries.

Political Ideologies in Europe: 1775 - 1875

Political Ideologies is a set of ethical ideals, principles, social movment and class that explains how society should work .  There are 3 main type of classes, Capitalism, Socialism and Communism. Some of these ideologies are still practice today by some governments. Capitalism is the system in which production are owned by a private entity who invest with the means of making a profit.  Socialism means that production is primarily  owned  by the government. And Communism has a similar definition as Socialism the only difference is private property do not exists. 

The Unification of Italy and Germany

Before unification, Itlay and Germany were a combination of different states. Both Italy and Germany were govern by different foreign powers, Austria and Prussia.  Camilo di Cavour directed the Italian unification and Otto von Bismark pushed for German unification. 

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