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MITC VC 1030 U
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TITLE: Th Western Tradition--Program 41: The Industrial Revolution; Program 42: The Industrial World [videorecording] / produced by WGBH/Boston in assoication with the Metropolitan Museum of Art; executive producer, Fred Barzyk.
SERIES: The Western Tradition ; 41 & 42
SERIES: Western Tradition 41-42.
PUBLISHED: Santa Barbara : The Annenberg/CPB Project, 1989.
DESCRIPTION: 1 videocassette (30 min. each prog.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTES: Two programs in one tape.
NOTES: Original tape.
NOTES: Progam 41: The Industrial Revolution; Program 42: The Industrial World.
NOTES: Lecturer, Eugen Weber.
NOTES: THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (30:00) Technology, an information revolution, transportation improvements and mass production transformed both city and country life, bringing higher standards of living. Cities now dominated society and culture. Featured images are scenes from daily urban life including newspapers and labor strikes. THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD (30:00) A consumer revolution epitomized the new age, fueled by coal, public transportation and new city services like sidewalks and sewers. Great technical achievements such as the metal and glass Crystal Palace and the Gare St. Lazare, Paris's famous train station, captured the public imagination.
NOTES: English.
SUBJECT: Civilization, Modern.
SUBJECT: Civilization, Western.
SUBJECT: Industries--Europe.
SUBJECT: Europe--History--1789-1900.
SUBJECT: Europe--Civilization--1789-1900.
ADDED ENTRY: Barzyk, Fred.
ADDED ENTRY: Weber, Eugen Joseph, 1925-
ADDED ENTRY: The Annenberg/CPB Project.
ADDED ENTRY: WGBH (Television station: Boston, Mass.)
ADDED ENTRY: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
ADDED ENTRY: Industrial revolution (videorecording)
ADDED ENTRY: Industrial world (videorecording)

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