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  1. page Guglielmo Marconi edited ... OUR QUESTIONS! Who was he? ... to become famose? famous? When was he born? when did h…
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Thursday, March 1

  1. page Wright Brothers edited ... The Wright Brothers kept their discovery largely secret for a couple of years until they showe…
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    The Wright Brothers kept their discovery largely secret for a couple of years until they showed it to the world in 1908. (They had filed a patent on the airplane Mar 23, 1903.) After that, they started a company to build airplanes and had a “patent war” with Glenn Curtiss over who could make money over the invention of the airplane. During the patent war, Wilbur died. Orville continued work to maintain his reputation as the first man to fly, but eventually sold the airplane company and became an “elder statesman” of aviation. He died in 1948.
    {http://firstflight.open.ac.uk/images/wright/wbrother.gif} Orville Wright and Wilbur Whright {http://www.old-picture.com/wright-brothers/pictures/Childhood-Portraits-Wilbur-Wright.jpg} The Wright Brothers when they were young
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    Life in the Wright house was strict but loving. Both parents encouraged their children to enjoy school and learn as much as they could. A large library of books about all kinds of subjects helped the Wright children quench their thirst for knowledge from a very early age.
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    It was in the bicycle shop that the idea of the airplane was born.
    The Wrights had made kites, very large ones, in fact. By 1900, they were making ones so large that people could fly in them, sort of. These were called gliders, and Orville and Wilbur actually built one or two that were large enough for a person to ride in. They flew on nothing but air current, and the person could get a ride of about 10 seconds before the glider came down to the ground.
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  4. page Amy Johnson edited Amy JohnsonWHO IS AMY JOHNSON? WHAT DOESE SHE DO? ... WAS SHE BORN BORN? WHERE WAS SHE BORN…
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    Johnson was born in Kingston upon Hull and was educated at Boulevard Municipal Secondary School later Kingston High School and the University of Sheffield, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics. She then worked in London as secretary to the solicitor, William Charles Crocker. She was introduced to flying as a hobby, gaining a pilot's "A" Licence, No. 1979 on 6 July 1929 at the London Aeroplane Club under the tutelage of Captain Valentin Baker. In that same year, she became the first British woman to obtain a ground engineer's "C" licence.
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    On 5 January 1941, while flying an Airspeed Oxford for the Air Transport Auxiliary from Blackpool to RAF Kidlington near Oxford, Johnson went off course in adverse weather conditions. Reportedly out of fuel, she drowned after bailing out into the Thames Estuary. Although she was seen alive in the water, a rescue attempt failed and her body was never recovered. The incident also led to the death of her would-be rescuer, Lt Cmdr Walter Fletcher of HMS Haslemere.
    A memorial service was held in the church of St. Martin's in the Fields on 14 January 1941.
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  6. page Queen Victoria edited ... In 1861, Prince Albert died and Victoria began to keep away from public life; this made her le…
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    In 1861, Prince Albert died and Victoria began to keep away from public life; this made her less popular. During the years that followed, Britain became more powerful and in 1887 Victoria was given the title "Empress of India". She became more popular with her people. In 1897, she had her Diamond Jubilee, to celebrate 60 years as queen.
    Many of Victoria's children became monarchs or princes and princesses of other countries. Queen Victoria was always very interested in India, although she never went there. She was also very fond of Scotland and painting, which she did herself, photography, singing and kept a regular diary throughout her life. {victoria%20as%20teenager.jpg}
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