Preconditions for the Industrial Revolution in England

• developed manufacturing production
• formed classes of the bourgeoisie and proletariat
• orientation of agriculture (sheep breeding) towards national industry
• favorable geographic location: openness to sea trade routes, a large number of rivers, the presence of coal and iron ore deposits
• development of scientific thought and education
• huge colonial possessions

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