Period 3: 1815-1914


Unit 3.1 (Chapter 20)

The Industrial Revolution spread from Great Britain to the continent, where the state played a greater role in promoting industry.

Unit 3.2 (Chapter 22)

The experiences of everyday life were shaped by industrialization, depending on the level of industrial development in a particular location.

Unit 3.3 (Chapter 21)

The problems of industrialization provoked a range of ideological, governmental, and collective responses.

Unit 3.4 (Chapter 23)

European states struggled to maintain international stability in an age of nationalism and revolutions.

Unit 3.5 (Chapter 24)

A variety of motives and methods led to the intensification of European global control and increased tensions among the Great Powers.

Unit 3.6 (Chapter 24)

European ideas and culture expressed a tension between objectivity and scientific realism on one hand, and subjectivity and individual expression on the other.