Life on the Production Line I ARTE.tv Documentary


By the end of the 19th century, factory owners realised that workers are just as much part of the company's capital as the machines are, and thought of ways to make these human machines work better, with nutrition and exercises. But the production line, invented in Chicago in 1871, didn't catch on in the rest of the world until the First World War. Shortly after, the crises of the 1920s and 1930s saw the worker dramatically lose bargaining power.  Life on the Production Line I ARTE.tv Documentary 🗓 Available until the 27/06/2022 ARTE.tv Documentary is here to tell you more about what’s going on in the world of culture, news and current affairs with powerful, refreshing and entertaining docs subtitled in English for our international fans. Discover a whole world on ARTE.tv Subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVogAsASqbceBmQMi1WA39g #WW1 #Production #Chicago


View video on YouTube.

No comments:

Post a Comment

By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website. For more information click on "Privacy Policy".

Ad

Latest Lesson

At War for Algeria I Terror and Guerrilla Warfare (3/6) I ARTE.tv Documentary

Repression was no longer enough: France had to 'win back the hearts and minds’ of the Algerians, so parts of the army embarked on a so...