In the early 1800s, the United States saw a period of great growth due to the Industrial Revolution. The Industrial Revolution was a move towards a new manufacturing process in America and increased the average income of the citizens and as well as the population of the country as a whole. After the War of 1812, America gained a newfound sense of nationalism, and cities began to prosper based on the products and services the city could produce.
History has taught the world that freedom is attained through resilience and determination. Where the ruling administration is adamant to enact the change that people need, revolutions have been effective. The French revolution and the First World War are that major events in that formed the European revolution in the 19th Century. The French Revolution that emerged in 1789 had its immense effects in Europe for several subsequent decades. On the other hand, the diverse trends based on the transformation of the European society led to the beginning of the First World War. Since the inception of French Revolution and the First World War, the European continent experienced a set of processes that made it what it is. During the transformation phase of Europe continent, the associated nations were perceived as a united as well as a divided nation. There were many fundamental cultural trends exhibited across the entire continent. The European states were immensely involved in diplomatic interaction that ended in the extensive alliance system after 1871. During the European revolution, the continent observed a thriving nationalism where individual countries safeguarded their identities and established stricter boundary controls. Political liberalization and the Industrial Revolution are the major changes that spread throughout Western Europe, Germany, and Italy. Through the European revolution, the industrial revolution spread across the entire world, thus promoting the current advancements. Exploring the European revolution by discussing the social/political uprising offers a better understanding of the essence of global revolutions of the 19th Century.