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Close Figure Viewer. In the British coal industry stood at the zenith of its productive success, with a record output of million tons, 94 million tons of which were exported, either for consumption on land or for use in coal-fired shipping.
The Rise of the British Coal Industry. In two volumes. By J. U. Nef, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Economics, University of Chicago. [Studies in Economic and. The Rise of the British Coal Industry [J. U. Nef] on dynipalo.tk *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. First Published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor.
The rise in production had been particularly rapid in the nineteenth century, which saw a twenty-fold increase in output. This illusion was not completely dispelled until , for it should be remembered that in British coal exports, at The year , however, proved to be an exceptional one, as the great activity in British coal mining resulted partly from the fall in German production caused by the French occupation of the Ruhr and partly from the long strike of the coal miners in the United States of America, both of which events caused a quite fortuitous demand for British coal exports.
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