A dramatically colder climate gripped Europe during the 13th century, which affected the course of history for the next seven centuries. The changes in energy usage forced the creation of new power sources--namely the steam engine, later gasoline powered engines. Part of the "Connections" series.
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Available on VHS
Running time 52 minutes.
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