Rumpler C.IV from the front This frontal view of the Rumpler C.IV shows some of the unusual features of its engine installation, including the tall exhaust pipe that connected the individual exhausts and vented them above the wings, and what appears to be a semi-circular radiator below the upper wing.
Political changes were very slow in coming from 1750 to 1900. Those that did come in 1832 and 1867 were seen as not changing a great deal especially as neither gave women the right to vote. From 1750 to 1832, no political changes of any note took place. Britain was ruled in the following way : only men with money and property rights could vote no women regardless of their wealth could vote the House of Lords could overrule any law passed by the House of Commons only men could be in the Houses of Commons and Lords With Britain's growing dependence on its working class to actually keep the Industrial Revolution going - without the workers factories and mines etc.