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Signor Marconi's Magic Box: How an Amateur Inventor Defied Scientists and Began the Radio Revolution [Hardcover]

Gavin Weightman
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On a winter's evening in 1896 a brougham, a four-wheeled cab drawn by a single horse, left the fashionable stuccoed terraces of west London and headed eastwards along the dirt roads and cobbled streets of the capital, which glistened in the gaslight under a light rain. Read the first page
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