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A unified Germany by 1871 had already completed what economic historians call the take off into sustained economic growth. The first stages associated with Industrilisation, essentially heavy industries like coal, cotton and iron were already well established and continued to increase. Germany was a respected economic power but clearly second go Britain. However by 1914, Germany had become the industrial superpower of Europe. It had exceeded britains iron production, nearly…


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