Facebook

INDUSTRY & ECONOMY

1237 videos found

Sort by : title duration uploaded event date << >>
show footage per page
1900 - Welcome to the 20th century: World Exhibition in Paris
08:15
SD RM German

France, Paris

1900 - Welcome to the 20th century: World Exhibition in Paris

On Monday, January 1st, the 20th century begins. Cancan rhythms dominate the avantgarde capital, Paris. There are terrible beliefs all over the world. Rivalry among the great powers drives Europe to despair.


cart/download

1900 - Welcome to the 20th century: World Exhibition in Paris
08:19
SD RM English

France, Paris

1900 - Welcome to the 20th century: World Exhibition in Paris

On Monday, January 1st, the 20th century begins. Cancan rhythms dominate the avantgarde capital, Paris. There are terrible beliefs all over the world. Rivalry among the great powers drives Europe to despair.


cart/download

1900 - Welcome to the 20th century: World Exhibition in Paris
08:15
SD RM master

France, Paris

1900 - Welcome to the 20th century: World Exhibition in Paris

On Monday, January 1st, the 20th century begins. Cancan rhythms dominate the avantgarde capital, Paris. There are terrible beliefs all over the world. Rivalry among the great powers drives Europe to despair.


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: Advertisements in newspapers - chocolate, cigars, car, michelin
00:19
SD RM

Germany

1900, End and beginning of a century: Advertisements in newspapers - chocolate, cigars, car, michelin

End and beginning of a century: Advertisements in newspapers - chocolate, cigars, car, michelin


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: factory, aerial photo, metallurgy
00:13
SD RM

Germany

1900, End and beginning of a century: factory, aerial photo, metallurgy

End and beginning of a century: factory, aerial photo, workers


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: Poverty, misery, tuberculosis
00:12
SD RM

Germany, Berlin

1900, End and beginning of a century: Poverty, misery, tuberculosis

End and beginning of a century: Poverty, misery, tuberculosis


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: treffic - horse-drawn carriages
00:15
SD RM

Germany, Berlin

1900, End and beginning of a century: treffic - horse-drawn carriages

End and beginning of a century: Horse-drawn carriages


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: traffic in Berlin
00:05
SD RM

Germany, Berlin

1900, End and beginning of a century: traffic in Berlin

End and beginning of a century:road traffic in Berlin


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: Emperor Franz Joseph
00:05
SD RM

Austria, Vienna

1900, End and beginning of a century: Emperor Franz Joseph

End and beginning of a century Emperor Franz Joseph


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: electricity, Horse-drawn carriages, automotive
00:06
SD RM

Germany, Berlin

1900, End and beginning of a century: electricity, Horse-drawn carriages, automotive

End and beginning of a century: electricity, Horse-drawn carriages, automotive


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: Queen Victoria with children
00:06
SD RM

England, London

1900, End and beginning of a century: Queen Victoria with children

End and beginning of a century: Queen Victoria with children


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: locomotives, train passengers
00:13
SD RM

Germany, Berlin

1900, End and beginning of a century: locomotives, train passengers

End and beginning of a century: locomotives, train passengers


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: water running shoes
00:13
SD RM

Germany

1900, End and beginning of a century: water running shoes

End and beginning of a century,water running shoes


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: Otto von Lilienthal flies
00:17
SD RM

Germany

1900, End and beginning of a century: Otto von Lilienthal flies

End and beginning of a century:Otto von Lilienthal flies


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: Wilhelm II, German Emperor hunts
00:08
SD RM

Germany

1900, End and beginning of a century: Wilhelm II, German Emperor hunts

Wilhelm II (German: Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albrecht von Preußen; English: Frederick William Victor Albert of Prussia) (27 January 1859 – 4 June 1941) was the last German emperor and king of Prussia, ruling both the German empire and the kingdom of Prussia from 15 June 1888 to 18 November 1918 (sometimes wrongly given as 9 November, date of the unofficial abdication announced by Prince Max von Baden.)


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: First impact of capitalism
06:53
SD RM German

Worldwide

1900, End and beginning of a century: First impact of capitalism

1900, End and beginning of a century: First impact of capitalism New style of working in New York. Wedding ceremony. Famous businessman. Workers in industry, factory. Child and retired workers.


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: Beginning of modern life
03:54
SD RM German

Worldwide

1900, End and beginning of a century: Beginning of modern life

1900, End and beginning of a century: Beginning of modern life Modernisation, city life


cart/download

1900, End and beginning of a century: Modern life in Asia and South America
02:17
SD RM German

Worldwide

1900, End and beginning of a century: Modern life in Asia and South America

1900, End and beginning of a century: Modern life in Asia and South America


cart/download

1929 - The Stock Market Crash: beginning of the 12-year Great Depression, Wall Street Crash
08:27
SD RM English

United States, New York

1929 - The Stock Market Crash: beginning of the 12-year Great Depression, Wall Street Crash

Black Frida: The Stock Market Crash: The Stock Market Crashy or the Wall Street Crash refers to October 29, 1929, the day when the New York Stock Exchange crashed; this event eventually led to the Great Depression. The crash followed a speculative boom which had taken hold in the late 1920s and which had led millions of Americans to invest heavily in the stock market.This investment drove share prices up to artificially high levels; the rising share prices encouraged more people to invest, as they hoped the shares would rise further, thus fueling further rises and creating an economic bubble. The banks lent heavily to fund this share-buying spree. On October 29, 1929, the bubble finally burst and panic selling set in. Thirteen million shares were sold in the space of one day, as people desperately tried to dispose of their shares before they became worthless. Over the following few days another thirty million shares were sold, and share prices collapsed, ruining millions of investors.The banks who had lent heavily to fund share buying found themselves saddled with debt and this led to the failure of many banks.While millions of people lost their savings, businesses lost their credit lines and were forced to close, causing massive unemployment.The crash dramatically worsened an already fragile economic situation, and was a major contributing factor to the Great Depression. There is a good deal of controversy among economists and historians about the nature of that contribution, though. Some hold that political over-reactions to the crash, such as in the passage of the draconian Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act through the US Congress, caused more harm than the crash itself. After the experience of Black Friday, stock markets around the world instituted measures to temporarily suspend trading in the event of rapid declines, so as to prevent such panic sales. As a result, later stock market crashes, such as the crash of 1987 (Black Monday), have never been quite as severe as that of 1929.


cart/download

1929 - The Stock Market Crash: beginning of the 12-year Great Depression, Wall Street Crash
08:16
SD RM master

United States, New York

1929 - The Stock Market Crash: beginning of the 12-year Great Depression, Wall Street Crash

Black Frida: The Stock Market Crash: The Stock Market Crashy or the Wall Street Crash refers to October 29, 1929, the day when the New York Stock Exchange crashed; this event eventually led to the Great Depression. The crash followed a speculative boom which had taken hold in the late 1920s and which had led millions of Americans to invest heavily in the stock market.This investment drove share prices up to artificially high levels; the rising share prices encouraged more people to invest, as they hoped the shares would rise further, thus fueling further rises and creating an economic bubble. The banks lent heavily to fund this share-buying spree. On October 29, 1929, the bubble finally burst and panic selling set in. Thirteen million shares were sold in the space of one day, as people desperately tried to dispose of their shares before they became worthless. Over the following few days another thirty million shares were sold, and share prices collapsed, ruining millions of investors.The banks who had lent heavily to fund share buying found themselves saddled with debt and this led to the failure of many banks.While millions of people lost their savings, businesses lost their credit lines and were forced to close, causing massive unemployment.The crash dramatically worsened an already fragile economic situation, and was a major contributing factor to the Great Depression. There is a good deal of controversy among economists and historians about the nature of that contribution, though. Some hold that political over-reactions to the crash, such as in the passage of the draconian Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act through the US Congress, caused more harm than the crash itself. After the experience of Black Friday, stock markets around the world instituted measures to temporarily suspend trading in the event of rapid declines, so as to prevent such panic sales. As a result, later stock market crashes, such as the crash of 1987 (Black Monday), have never been quite as severe as that of 1929.


cart/download




Sort by : title duration uploaded event date << >> show footage per page