This person was educated in Gospic and Carlstadt, Croatia. The person's father was insistent that the individual enter the church for a career.
This person was a well-known American inventor and a one-time employer of the author.
This person was the source of the creativity and inventiveness of the author.
This person was a professor of mathematics.
This person was a high-ranking religious figure in the Serbian Orthodox Church.
This person wrote books that helped the author once when he was sick.
This person hired the author in Paris to help design and maintain electrical equipment.
This person was a wealthy banker.
This person told the author that an electric motor without brushes was impossible.
This German man was a supporter of the author and tried to...
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