2 edition of Report on the social and industrial conditions of the German working classes in 1910 found in the catalog.
Report on the social and industrial conditions of the German working classes in 1910
by Co-operative Printing Society [for the Miners" Federation of Great Britain] in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Social and industrial conditions of the German working classes in 1910.|
|Statement||R. Smillie and A. Onions ; J. Kottgen, interpreter.|
|Contributions||Onions, A., Miners" Federation of Great Britain.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||63|
Examples of Industrial Revolution Working Conditions Due to a high unemployment rate, workers were very easily replaceable and had no bargaining power with employers. There was an increase in population and landowners enclosed common village lands, forcing people from the . The first improvements in working conditions occurred after a law was introduced in to restrict child labour and women's work in Great Britain. France and Prussia followed. In order to damp down social conflicts the German government introduced sickness, accident and .
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Search. The European working classes at the end of the nineteenth century constituted almost. The German policy of restricting literacy to the upper and middle classes.The West in the Age of COMMITTEES ON WORKING CONDITIONS IN ENGLAND.
A key to England's early industrial growth was the large pool of available workers willing to accept low wages for long hours of labor in factories and mines. Many of these workers were displaced farmers or farm workers, forced from rural areas because of land shortages.The expansion of public education and industrialization went hand in hand.
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