Nikola Tesla (Q9036)

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Serbian American inventor
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Nikola Tesla
Serbian American inventor

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    10 July 1856Gregorian
    1867
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    31 October 1918Gregorian
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    30 July 1891Gregorian
    7 January 1943
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    Никола Тесла (Serbian)
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    Assistant Medical Examiner H. W. Wembly was called to the scene and after examination of the body, gave his opinion that the cause of death had been coronary thrombosis and that there had been no suspicious circumstances (English)
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    Assistant Medical Examiner H. W. Wembly was called to the scene and after examination of the body, gave his opinion that the cause of death had been coronary thrombosis and that there had been no suspicious circumstances. (English)
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    1875
    December 1878Gregorian
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    Tesla, an ethnic Serb, was one of the pioneers of modern electrical engineering, and is recognised as one of the world's greatest inventors. (English)
    Serbian-American engineer and physicist Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) made dozens of breakthroughs in the production, transmission and application of electric power. (English)
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    Nikola Tesla
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    Nikola Tesla
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    Тесла Никола
    25 : Струнино — Тихорецк
    512—513
    Г. К. Цверава
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