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History: Victorians

History: Victorians
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Les quais de l’histoire – Cité du train Voie 12, vitesse et confort pour tous : le TGV. 4 dates clés symbolisent le succès du travail et de la recherche de la SNCF. 1970 : la SNCF invente le train de demain en commandant 3 886 voitures Corail. 1972 : La SNCF s'équipe auprès du constructeur Alsthom, d'un Turbotrain à Grande Vitesse expérimental muni de 4 turbines à gaz, dénommé TGV 001. 1981 : La SNCF met en service le TGV "Train électrique à Grande Vitesse" entre Paris et Lyon à la vitesse de 260 km/h. 2007 : Au passage de la commune d'Eclaires sur la ligne à grande vitesse Est Européenne, la rame TGV 4402 atteint la vitesse de 574,8 km/h remportant le record mondial de vitesse sur rails.

Lancashire Cotton Times London 1896 Circa 1896: reinventing the wheel The images from 1896 are accompanied by the original text in Round London; the captions for the images from today are mine. All images from the work Round London are part of the author's collection and under my copyright. Some time ago I unearthed the most amazing find in a second-hand bookshop on the Lower Marsh in London, close to Waterloo Station: a well-worn late Victorian work called Round London. Most of the readers would have been members of the middle or upper classes in order to afford a work of this type. And yet the London of today is also a very different beast. La finalité des organisations se limite-t-elle à la réalisation de profits ? L’entreprise Divine Chocolate, située en Grande-Bretagne, réalise son activité tout en veillant aux intérêts des producteurs de cacao. Par ces objectifs elle est considérée comme « entreprise sociale ». Après une analyse approfondie de l’organisation, la séquence propose une mise en situation interactive où il est demandé de s’identifier à un créateur d’entreprise du même type. Divine Chocolate, based in Great-Britain, presents its activity on its website, and underlines its social objective. Students will find a source of information enabling them to analyse the notions of fair trade and social economy in a European or/and global context. Rédacteur : Christiane Piers, académie de Versailles Références au programme La finalité des organisations se limite-t-elle à la réalisation de profits ? Niveaux de compétence en langue Principaux supports documentaires utilisés lors de la séance - Fiche professeur - Fiche élève - Vidéo « Divine chocolate» consultable sur YouTube www.youtube.com/watch? Prérequis

Victorian era Period of British history encompassing Queen Victoria's reign Ideologically, the Victorian era witnessed resistance to the rationalism that defined the Georgian period and an increasing turn towards romanticism and even mysticism with regard to religion, social values, and arts.[2] Terminology and periodisation In the strictest sense, the Victorian era covers the duration of Victoria's reign as Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, from her accession on 20 June 1837—after the death of her uncle, William IV—until her death on 22 January 1901, after which she was succeeded by her eldest son, Edward VII. Her reign lasted for 63 years and seven months, a longer period than any of her predecessors. Political and diplomatic history Early In 1832, after much political agitation, the Reform Act was passed on the third attempt. Middle Society and culture Evangelicals, utilitarians, and reform Religion Status of Nonconformist churches Agnostics and freethinkers Family and gender roles

Transformations sociales liées à la Première Révolution industrielle « Transformations sociales liées à la Première Révolution industrielle » expliqué aux enfants par Vikidia, l’encyclopédie junior La révolution industrielle va transformer profondément les sociétés des pays qui s'industrialisent mais aussi celles des pays qui sont chargés de fournir les matières premières ou d'être des marchés de consommation plus ou moins forcée. De nouveaux venus : les ouvriers de l'industrie[modifier | modifier le wikicode] Une nouvelle classe sociale apparait, celle des prolétaires, les ouvriers des usines. Le monde rural[modifier | modifier le wikicode] Le monde rural se transforme lui aussi. L'explosion urbaine[modifier | modifier le wikicode] Durant cette période, de nombreux changements interviennent dans la répartition des lieux d'habitation. À partir de 1850, la population urbaine ne cesse d'augmenter. Cette migration permet une forte augmentation des populations concentrées dans les villes. La mondialisation des échanges[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

About this Collection - Alexander Graham Bell Family Papers at the Library of Congress | Digital Collections | Library of Congress The collection contains over 145,000 items. The online version contains 4,695 items (equaling about 51,500 images), consists of correspondence, scientific notebooks, journals, blueprints, articles, and photographs documenting Bell's invention of the telephone and his involvement in the first telephone company, his family life, his interest in the education of the deaf, and his aeronautical and other scientific research. Dates span from 1862 to 1939, with the bulk of the materials dating from 1865 to 1920. The Bell Family Papers is divided into several archival series, including Family Papers, General Correspondence, Subject File, Beinn Bhreagh Recorder, Laboratory Notebooks, Article File, and Speech File. Family Papers The Family Papers mainly consist of correspondence between Alexander Graham Bell and various members of his family. Several factors defined the selection of Bell Papers for digitization.

Timelines: Sources from History This British Library timeline allows you to explore collection items chronologically, from medieval times to the present day. It includes a diverse combination of texts: those that allow glimpses of everyday life (handbills, posters, letters, diaries), remnants of political events (charters, speeches, campaign leaflets), and the writings of some of our best known historical and literary figures. Launch the interactive Flash timeline above, or explore each of the historical sources in the centuries below. Magna Carta, medieval maps, manuscripts & more...

The History Of Printing And Ink | Stinkyink Blog Here at Stinkyink, we feel it’s necessary to respect and support those who have got you to where you are in life. And we wouldn’t be the UK’s leading printer cartridge supplier without, you guessed it, printer ink! That’s why we’ve invested significant time and effort into making a comprehensive series of “History of Ink” articles. In the 21st century it is difficult to appreciate how much printing is an accepted part of our everyday lives. Look around you, if you are sat at home you likely have a book or magazine that’s been printed and mass produced; five hundred years ago this type of print would be beyond comprehension, bordering on witchcraft! The Beginning Of Printing Our history begins with ancient cultures using ink for writing and drawing. Prehistoric Europe: In Europe this time period is known as ‘prehistoric’ or a time before written evidence. The Middle East: The Islamic Empires used a writing instrument called a galam which was usually made from a reed. Ancient Egypt: China:

History in Focus: Overview of The Victorian Era (article) Article Overview of the Victorian Era by Anne Shepherd Queen Victoria (1819-1901) was the first English monarch to see her name given to the period of her reign whilst still living (1). For the most part, nineteenth century families were large and patriarchal. Politics were important to the Victorians; they believed in the perfection of their evolved representative government, and in exporting it throughout the British Empire. During the Victorian heyday, work and play expanded dramatically. The progress of scientific thought led to significant changes in medicine during the nineteenth century, with increased specialisation and developments in surgery and hospital building. Whilst this brief overview can only partially summarise some characteristics of the nineteenth century, it does illustrate that society was disparate and that no one feature can serve to give a definitive view of what it meant to be "Victorian". April 2001 Notes: 1.

L'homme et son environnement dans la révolution industrielle - Vidéo - Francetv Éducation Au début du XIXème siècle, en pleine révolution industrielle, émerge l'idée que c'est à travers la croissance économique et donc la maîtrise de la nature que sera résolue la question sociale et qu'on réussira à clore l'ère révolutionnaire. Enfoui sous la terre depuis des millénaires, le charbon, véritable cadeau de la nature, devient le premier combustible de cette révolution. Partout en Europe des usines poussent comme des champignons. En Angleterre, Manchester devient la capitale mondiale du coton. Au milieu du XIXème, la ville, ceinturée par 500 manufactures, est plongée dans le brouillard polluant de ses hauts fourneaux. Réalisateur : Dimitri Grimblat Producteur : Paprika films, Wild Touch Prod, Planète Production : 2015

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