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1784. British patent no 1476 for an engine. This was a simple reaction turbine with two radial arms rotating on a spindle emerging from the top of a boiler.<ref>'The Steam Turbine' by Robert >.Neilson, Longmans, Green & Co, 1903</ref>
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1784. British patent no 1476 for an engine. This was a simple reaction turbine with two radial arms rotating on a spindle emerging from the top of a boiler.<ref>'The Steam Turbine' by Robert M. Neilson, Longmans, Green & Co, 1903</ref>
  
 
1769 The Chess Automaton was the invention of Wolfgang de Kempelen, a native of Hungary, Aulic councillor to the royal chamber of the domains of the Emperor of Germany, and celebrated for his skill in mechanics.
 
1769 The Chess Automaton was the invention of Wolfgang de Kempelen, a native of Hungary, Aulic councillor to the royal chamber of the domains of the Emperor of Germany, and celebrated for his skill in mechanics.

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of Hungary

1784. British patent no 1476 for an engine. This was a simple reaction turbine with two radial arms rotating on a spindle emerging from the top of a boiler.[1]

1769 The Chess Automaton was the invention of Wolfgang de Kempelen, a native of Hungary, Aulic councillor to the royal chamber of the domains of the Emperor of Germany, and celebrated for his skill in mechanics.

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  1. 'The Steam Turbine' by Robert M. Neilson, Longmans, Green & Co, 1903