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Marconi's Battle for Radio

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This is the true story of a battle. It was fought during a howling winter storm, in the air waves above the Atlantic Ocean, by a stubborn man w ho was determined to show that his ideas about radio signals were correct.

Satellite TV, commercial radio, and laser communications all grew from Marconi's courage and curiosity.
Unknown Binding, 41 pages
Published July 15th 2001 by Barnes & Noble Books (first published 1994)
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First these two series of little books (about 64 pages) - Scientist who have changed the world and People who have helped the world – are incredible well done. They are small but they provide a complete account of each person life with an outstanding historical background and future developments of his discoveries.. They are also full of pictures with full explanations and outlined quotes.

Luckily this smart Italian man,who did not like school at all, had a smart supporting mother and English rel
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