Adolf von Baeyer and the Color Blue

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Hans Grade – German Aviation Pioneer

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Othniel Charles Marsh and the Great Bone Wars

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Constantine and the Battle at the Milvian Bridge

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Jean-Rondolphe Perronet and the Bridges of Paris

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Giovanni Maria Lancisi and his Medical Discoveries

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William Higinbotham and Tennis for Two

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