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[豆知识] 【整理】2011-01-02&01-08 四分钟了解200个国家过去200年的发展 (1/2)

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[Homework]【整理】2011-01-02&01-08 四分钟了解200个国家过去200年的发展 (1/2)

So, here we go. First * for health, life expectancy, from 2005 years to 1705 years, and down here, * for wealth, income per person,400,4000 and 40,000 dollars. So down here is poor and sick, and up here is rich and healthy. Now I'm going to show you the world 200 years ago in 1810, here come over countries, Europe brown, Asia red, Middle East green, Africa south of horra blue and the America's yellow and the signs over the country bubbles show the size of population. In 1810, it was pretty crowded down there,wasn't it? All countries were sick and poor, life expectancy were below 40 in all countries and only UK and Netherland were slightly better off, not much. And now, why start the world? Industial revolution made congress in Europe and elsewhere move away from the rest. All the colorless countries in Africa and Asia, they are stuck down there, and eventually, the western countries get healthier and healthier. And now we slow down to show the impact of the first World War, and Spanish * . What took testerfy? And now I speed up through the 1910s to 1930s, I mean, fighting the great depression, what... Japan and some others try to follow but most of countries stay down here. Now after the strategy to World War II, we stop a bit to look at the world in 1948. 1948 was a great year and the war was over. Sweden topped the medal tape of the winter Olympic Games and I was born, but the difference is between the countries of the world was wiser than ever. United States was in the front, Japan was catching up, Brazil was way behind, Iran was getting a little rich from oil but still had short lifes and Asian giants, China, India, Pakistan,Bangladish and Indonisia, they were still poor and sick down there.But look, What is about to happen?


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