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What do we know about them?        ХарламоваWhat do we know about them? Харламова Л. И. INVENTIONS THAT CHANGED THE WORL

In 1876 Alexander Bell, a British engineer, invented telephone. In 1876 Alexander Bell, In 1876 Alexander Bell, a British engineer, invented telephone. In 1876 Alexander Bell, an American engineer , invented telephone.

Nicephore Niepce pioneered photography in 1929. Nicephore Niepce pioneered photography in 1829. Nicephore Niepce pioneered photography in 1929. Nicephore Niepce pioneered photography in 1829.

John Logie Baird from Scotland invented television in 1956. John Logie Baird from ScotlandJohn Logie Baird from Scotland invented television in 1956. John Logie Baird from Scotland invented television in 1926.

In 1908 US automobile manufacturer  Henry Lincoln created the world’s first car assemblyIn 1908 US automobile manufacturer Henry Lincoln created the world’s first car assembly line. In 1908 US automobile manufacturer Henry Ford created the world’s first car assembly line.

Wheel is regarded as one of the oldest and most important inventions,  whichWheel is regarded as one of the oldest and most important inventions, which originated in ancient Europe in the 5 th millennium BC. Wheel is regarded as one of the oldest and most important inventions, which originated in ancient Asia / Mesopotamia in the 5 th millennium BC.

In 1981 Steve Jobs (USA) created MS DOS (Disk Operating System). In 1981 BillIn 1981 Steve Jobs (USA) created MS DOS (Disk Operating System). In 1981 Bill Gates (USA) created MS DOS (Disk Operating System).

In 1908 James Marconi(US) built the 1 st  vacuum cleaner. In 1908 JamesIn 1908 James Marconi(US) built the 1 st vacuum cleaner. In 1908 James Spangler (US) built the 1 st vacuum cleaner.

Alexander Stepanovich Popov,  a great Russian physicist who first demonstrated the practical applicationAlexander Stepanovich Popov, a great Russian physicist who first demonstrated the practical application of electromagnetic waves is regarded as one of the inventors of personal computer. Alexander Stepanovich Popov, a great Russian physicist who first demonstrated the practical application of electromagnetic waves is regarded as one of the inventors of radio.

Akito Morita (Japan) developed the first mp 3 player (1976) – Sony Walkman. AkitoAkito Morita (Japan) developed the first mp 3 player (1976) – Sony Walkman. Akito Morita (Japan) developed the first stereo (1976) – Sony Walkman.

The discovery of formaline is attributed to Scottish scientist and Nobel laureate Alexander FlemingThe discovery of formaline is attributed to Scottish scientist and Nobel laureate Alexander Fleming in 1928. The discovery of penicillin is attributed to Scottish scientist and Nobel laureate Alexander Fleming in 1928.

The first balloon carrying passengers which used cold air was built by the brothersThe first balloon carrying passengers which used cold air was built by the brothers Joseph-Michel and Jacques-Etienne Montgolfier in Annonay, France (1783). The first balloon carrying passengers which used hot air was built by the brothers Joseph-Michel and Jacques-Etienne Montgolfier in Annonay, France (1783).

Some say that the first recorded use of a rocket in battle was bySome say that the first recorded use of a rocket in battle was by the Indians in 1232 against the Mongol hordes. Some say that the first recorded use of a rocket in battle was by the Chineese in 1232 against the Mongol hordes.

Samuel Colt (1814 – 1862),  an American inventor and industrialist,  is widelySamuel Colt (1814 – 1862), an American inventor and industrialist, is widely credited with popularizing the machine gun. Samuel Colt (1814 – 1862), an American inventor and industrialist, is widely credited with popularizing the revolver.