Objects & Places from My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla

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Smiljan, Croatia

The rural area where Tesla was born and where he spent his early boyhood

Gospic, Croatia

The city where Tesla's family moved when he entered into the Real Gymnasium for his schooling

Carlstadt, Croatia

The city where Tesla continued his education and where he lived with a strict and wealthy aunt

Gratz, Styria

The city where Tesla began his training as an engineer

Prague

The eastern European city where Tesla completed his education in engineering

Strassburg

The city in Germany where Tesla was employed designing and building a power supply system for the train station

Paris

The city where Tesla found work under Charles Batchellor, an American assistant to Thomas Edison

New York City

The home of Edison's laboratories and the city where Tesla came to live when he decides to leave for America.

Induction motor

Tesla's breakthrough invention, an electric machine that used a rotating...

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