Industrial Revolution Matthew Skinner

Before Queen Victoria ascended to the throne, a few inventions had paved the way to the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. Watt's steam engine, the power loom, and metallurgy processes
A few years after Queen Victoria's ascension, the Industrial Revolution had started to give rise to Britain's economy and unification.
A couple of decades into Queen Victoria's rule, England had seen a large increase in connectivity between its cities, and in its world power.

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