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What 3 key features had a major impact on british society

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What 3 Key Features Had a Major Impact on British Society between 1750-1900? Telephone Alexander Graham Bell (1847 - 1922) was a Scottish American scientist and inventor, most famous for the creation of the telephone. Alexander Graham Bell was born on 3 March 1847 in Edinburgh and educated there and in London. At the age of 16 Bell began researching the mechanics of speech. In 1870, Bell emigrated with his family to Canada, and the following year he moved to the United States to teach. ...read more.


But, it was also an invention that made the individuals that owned them pay for it. Today many people can afford the Telephone and without this invention the mobile would have not been created. Television Many people helped to invent the television, for example, Marconi's invention of wireless telegraphy in 1897. The imaginations of many inventors have been sparked with the notion of sending images as well as sound, wirelessly. This made a massive impact in the British society. ...read more.


There are many different types of automobiles - steam, electric, and gasoline - as well as countless styles. Many suggest that Karl Benz from Germany created the first true automobile in 1885/1886. This invention had one of the most massive impacts of the British society and the world. This invention provides transport to areas quicker and further which made many people then and today go to places only imagined. Without this invention the world would be a different place, people would be walking around or in carriages. ?? ?? ?? ?? Luke Wildman H.W 08/09/09 ...read more.

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