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Caledonia Dreaming: 100 Scots Who Changed the World Not Always for the Better! - John K.V. Eunson
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A humorous look at Scots who shaped the world-from Alexander Graham Bell and Sean Connery to Arthur Conan Doyle and Gordon Brown So what have the Scots ever done for the world? Most people know about John Logie Baird, inventor of television; Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone; and Alexander Fleming, inventor of penicillin; but what about Alexander Cummings from Edinburgh? It would be hard to imagine getting through the A humorous look at Scots who shaped the world-from Alexander Graham Bell and Sean Connery to Arthur Conan Doyle and Gordon Brown So what have the Scots ever done for the world? Most people know about John Logie Baird, inventor of television; Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone; and Alexander Fleming, inventor of penicillin; but what about Alexander Cummings from Edinburgh? It would be hard to imagine getting through the day without using his invention-the flushing toilet. Or how about William Cullen from Glasgow? There would be a lot of sour milk-and warm beer-without artificial refrigeration. The list of Scottish inventors covered here goes on and on-Janet Keillor from Dundee (marmalade), James Clerk Maxwell from Edinburgh (radio waves), James Black from Uddingston (beta-blockers), James Bowman Lindsay from Angus (lightbulbs), James Goodfellow from Paisley (the ATM), Alexander McRae from the Kyle of Lochalsh (speedos), James Blyth from Kincardineshire (the first electricity-producing wind turbine). This book collects the often unbelievable stories behind these discoveries and looks at how they-along with the writers, philosophers, philanthropists, and bankers of Scotland-have left their unique, indelible mark on the modern world. Books, History~~Europe~~Great Britain, Caledonia-Dreaming~~John-K-V-Eunson, 999999999, Caledonia Dreaming: 100 Scots Who Changed the World Not Always for the Better!, John K.V. Eunson, 0755318595, Headline Book Publishing, Limited, , , , , Headline Book Publishing, Limited

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[EAN: 9780755318599], Neubuch, [PU: Headline Publishing Group, United Kingdom], Brand New Book. So what have the Scots ever done for the world then? Well, most people will know about John Logie Baird (inventor of television), Alexander Graham Bell (the telephone) and Alexander Fleming (penicillin). But what about Alexander Cummings from Edinburgh? It would be hard to imagine getting through the day without using his invention - the flushing toilet. Or how about William Cullen from Glasgow? There would be a lot of sour milk (and warm beer) without the first man to demonstrate artificial refrigeration. And then there s Alexander Bain from Caithness? Can anyone really imagine a world without his invention - the fax machine? The list goes on and on; Janet Keillor from Dundee (marmalade), James Clerk Maxwell from Edinburgh (radio waves), John Reith from Stonehaven (the BBC), James Black from Uddingston (beta-blockers) James Bowman Lindsay from Angus (light bulbs), James Goodfellow from Paisley (the ATM), Dugald Clerk from Glasgow (the two-stroke engine), Alexander McRae from the Kyle of Lochalsh (speedos), James Blyth from Kincardineshire (the first electricity producing wind turbine). Caledonia Dreaming tells the often frankly unbelievable stories behind these discoveries and looks at how they, along with the writers, philosophers, philanthropists and bankers of Scotland have left their unique, indelible mark on the modern world.

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A humorous look at Scots who shaped the world--from Alexander Graham Bell and Sean Connery to Arthur Conan Doyle and Gordon Brown So what have the Scots ever done for the world? Most people know about John Logie Baird, inventor of television; Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telepho? and Alexander Fleming, inventor of penicillin; but what about Alexander Cummings from Edinburgh? It would be hard to imagine getting through the day without using his invention--the flushing toilet. Or how about William Cullen from Glasgow? There would be a lot of sour milk--and warm beer--without artificial refrigeration. The list of Scottish inventors covered here goes on and on--Janet Keillor from Dundee (marmalade), James Clerk Maxwell from Edinburgh (radio waves), James Black from Uddingston (beta-blockers), James Bowman Lindsay from Angus (lightbulbs), James Goodfellow from Paisley (the ATM), Alexander McRae from the Kyle of Lochalsh (speedos), James Blyth from Kincardineshire (the first electricity-producing wind turbine). This book collects the often unbelievable stories behind these discoveries and looks at how they--along with the writers, philosophers, philanthropists, and bankers of Scotland--have left their unique, indelible mark on the modern world. biographical,biographies,biographies and history,biography and history Biographies, Headline Publishing Group

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A humorous look at Scots who shaped the world--from Alexander Graham Bell and Sean Connery to Arthur Conan Doyle and Gordon Brown So what have the Scots ever done for the world? Most people know about John Logie Baird, inventor of television; Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone; and Alexander Fleming, inventor of penicillin; but what about Alexander Cummings from Edinburgh? It would be hard to imagine getting through the day without using his invention--the flushing toilet. Or how about William Cullen from Glasgow? There would be a lot of sour milk--and warm beer--without artificial refrigeration. The list of Scottish inventors covered here goes on and on--Janet Keillor from Dundee (marmalade), James Clerk Maxwell from Edinburgh (radio waves), James Black from Uddingston (beta-blockers), James Bowman Lindsay from Angus (lightbulbs), James Goodfellow from Paisley (the ATM), Alexander McRae from the Kyle of Lochalsh (speedos), James Blyth from Kincardineshire (the first electricity-producing wind turbine). This book collects the often unbelievable stories behind these discoveries and looks at how they--along with the writers, philosophers, philanthropists, and bankers of Scotland--have left their unique, indelible mark on the modern world. Caledonia Dreaming Eunson, John K. V., Hachette Scotland

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Caledonia Dreaming

A humorous look at the famous (and not so famous) Scots who have shaped the modern world.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780755318599
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0755318595
Version reliée
Date de parution: 2010
Editeur: HEADLINE
Poids: 0,590 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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