|aHistory of the world,|nno.7,|h[videorecording] :|pAge of industry /|cproducer Kathryn Taylor; executive producer Chris Granlund; produced by The British Broadcasting Corporation.
|a1 videodisc (50 mins.);|bsound, colour,|c4 3/4 in.
|atwo-dimensional moving image|btdi|2rdacontent
|aDVD video|b4 3/4 in.
|adigital|boptical|gstereo|hDolby Digital 2.0|2rda
|avideo file|bDVD video|eregion 1|2rda
|aExecutive producer, Kathryn Taylor; produced and directed by Neil Rawles.
|aAndrew Marr, presenter.
|aThe old agricultural order of aristocratic landowners, serfs and peasant farmers was replaced by a new world of machines, cities and industrialists. Across the world, many resisted this sweeping change. From China to America, Russia to Japan, bitter battles were fought between the modernisers and those who rejected the new way of life. In Europe, new industrial powers competed with each other to create vast empires which dominated the world. But this intense competition would lead to the industrial-scale slaughter and destruction of the First World War.
|aAndrew Marr's History of the World is a 2012 BBC documentary television series presented by Andrew Marr that covers 70,000 years of world history from the beginning of human civilisation, as African nomadic peoples spread out around the world and settled down to become the first farmers, up to the twentieth century.
|aDVD-R; NTSC, region 1; Dolby digital 2.0 stereo; aspect ratio (1.33:1).
|aBritish Broadcasting Corporation.
|aAndrew Marr's history of the world (Television program).