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This is the major essay for 19th Century Europe. It addresses the question "How were Europeans experiencing time and space in the period before the First World War?" This essay received a distinction grade.

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Labor Biology Economic growth Zoology Historical eras Modern history Megafauna Industrialisation Economic development Human Wolfgang Schivelbusch
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Labor Biology Economic growth Zoology Historical eras Modern history Megafauna Industrialisation Economic development Human Wolfgang Schivelbusch
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Both time and space were being distorted in the sense that as new ways of travelling, communicating, and working were emerging the world was becoming smaller through the amalgamation of industry to create a rapidly changing world. The increasingly fast-paced Europe was altering the sense of time and place to the extent that the present had become the past by the time Europeans were able to experience it. This resulted in a continued sense of movement across Europe that allowed for its people to experience the world as they had never done before, time and space were relative to the amount of technology being introduced. As such, as technology kept changing, time and space became a reflection of it...
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