On the Industrial Urban Development of Pest in the 19th Century

@inproceedings{Pilsitz2012OnTI,
  title={On the Industrial Urban Development of Pest in the 19th Century},
  author={Martin Pilsitz},
  year={2012}
}
As the point of departure for industrialization and the development of a separate architecture for factories, the Industrial Revolution has been seen as an all-encompassing concept – one that explains the industrialization process that spread gradually from Great Britain to the continent [19]. Although this viewpoint is not erroneous from a pan-European perspective, it does not give us the full picture [17]. Since the process of industrial urban development was not uniform in the various… CONTINUE READING

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