What 2 cities first used the telegraph?
Baltimore and Washington DC
In February 1896, Guglielmo Marconi journeyed from Italy to England in order to show British telegraph authorities what he had developed in the way of an operational wireless telegraph apparatus.His first British patent application was filled on June 2 on that year. Through the co-operation of Mr. W H Preece, who was at that time the chief electrical engineer of the British Post-Office Telegraph, signals were sent on July 1896 over a distance of one-and-three-fourth… Read More
The Telegraph Operator's Daughter - 1916 was released on: USA: 2 December 1916
The Overland Telegraph - 1929 was released on: USA: 2 March 1929 Austria: 1930
The Texan - 1958 The Telegraph Story 2-7 was released on: USA: 26 October 1959
1.Telegraph. It was Samuel Morse's demo of an electric telegraph in1838 that popularized the machine. 2.The first patented stereoscope was invented by Sir Charles Wheatstone in 1838. 3.Cow Catcher invented in 1838 by British engineer Charles Babbage. 4.Charles Fenerty of Halifax made the first paper from wood pulp (newsprint) in 1838. Gurjot Singh Sodhi
Hiroshima was first then a few days later Nagasaki
What are the release dates for Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok - 1951 Pony Express vs- Telegraph 2-2?
Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok - 1951 Pony Express vs- Telegraph 2-2 was released on: USA: 21 October 1951
the first is São Paulo and the second is Rio de Janeiro
2 million dollars!
What countries were working on atomic bombs during World War 2 Who used atomic bombs in World War 2 Where were atomic bombs used?
Germany and United States where working to make them work. United States got it first and used first on Japan over the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Montgomery, Alabama was the first capital of Confederate States, and Richmond, Virginia.
2 cents per word
The Nazis devasted Warsaw in September 1939 and Rotterdam in May 1940 before Britain starting bombing German cities.
It was not tested. It was USED. We first did a test in the desert far south in the U.S., then used it on Japan to force its surrender to end World War 2. It was used on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The bombs reduced the cities to flat plains with some concrete and ashes.
That would be the first two cities ever to experience an atomic bomb
A single wire telegraph used (earth) ground to complete the circuit. A single wire is run from the key to the receiver, and the other half of the circuit is completed by driving a conducting rod into the ground at each end. Runs of over 2 miles have been tested using this technique.
Simple answer... Cyrus Field was the first to lay the first tranatlantic telegraph cable connecting the US and Britian... No longer did it take 2 or 3 weeks for a message to get from America to Europe .... a message could be sent in a matter of minutes...
The first city to be bombed in World War II was Warsaw, Poland, it was bombed from the first day of the war up to the surrender of Poland.
Sorry- no way to answer- it would be difficult to determine exactly when and where the "First" bombing of WW 2 took place. Bombing had been used as a weapon against military personnel long before strategic bombing of cities took place.
There were two atom bombs dropped on Japan, not one. The planes were called the Enola Gay which dropped the first bomb and the second plane was called Bockscar. The cities were Hiroshima (first bomb) and Nagasaki (second bomb).
Toronto and Ottawa are the 2 main cities of Ontario, Canada.
There were many cities that were destroyed. If you mean the two Japanese cities that were bombed by the U.S., then it would be Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
The Top Ten most populated cities are: 1. Glasgow 2. Edinburgh 3. Aberdeen 4. Dundee 5. Paisley 6. East Kilbride 7. Livingston 8. Cumbernauld, 9. Hamilton 10. Kircaldy. For a list of all the towns and cities by population, see the related link. Only the first four on this list are cities. The others are classified as towns.
What cities in england were bombed in world war 2?
The 2 major cities in Hawke's Bay are Napier and Hastings.
telegram it's a send letter 2 your love one etc while telegraph it is communicating between u and me to know it's other. In short, a telegram is the message itself, while a telegraph is the means by which a telegram is sent. A telegraph is a communication system that transmits and receives unmodulated electric impulses, either by wire or radio, or a combination of the two, between any two telegraph stations. These stations were… Read More
In the first four days of September 1939, nearly 3,000,000 people were transported from towns and cities in danger from enemy bombers to places of safety in the countryside.
1) Rifled bullets came into widespread use, replacing muskets. 2) Ironclad ships were used in battle for the first time against each other. There had been ironclad ships but they never faced another ironclad before the US Civil War. 3) It was the first war in which armies and supplies were moved by train. There were others: submarine, observation balloons, repeating weapons, telegraph.
2 cities and 20 municipalities
The United States used the atomic bomb on two Japanese cities during World War II. Hiroshima and Nagasaki
The Busiest Cities in the World are:- 1.) New York City, NY (USA) 2.) Bombay (India) 3.) London (U.k) 4.) Yokohama- Tokyo (Japan) 5.) Las Vegas, NV (USA)
1. Telegraph was faster 2. Horses needed feeding 3. Robers
No , they are cities in Japan, and had the missfortune to be the target of the first two atomic bombs dropped by the USA during World War 2
The two large cities are Paris and Marseille.
He did not do anything TO it- he had it used to attack cities in Britain.
It should take between 2-3 days. I have had mail delivered between the 2 cities regularly and that is typically what it takes.
The telegraph was able to influence long distance communication because telegrams were received in record time compared to other methods such as writing a letter and physical delivery. Telegraphs helped to coordinate military activity during world war 2.
cities that were bombed in world war 2 were big cities making planes' weapons and tanks including London, Liverpool and Coventry who ever put that answer there is an idiot the question clearly asks what cities 2 cities were bombed not how big or small they were or what weapons was used your a complete moron the answer is Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Two big cities.... idiots... Well the person who asked the question was not… Read More
after 1) Germany's submarines sunk their ships 2) they intercepted the zimmerman telegraph
Some major cities with only 2 syllables are: Cleveland, Ashland, Rio, Beijing, and Athens.
Rome and Milan are the 2 largest cities is Italy.
The 2 largest cities in China are Beijing & Shanghai
Atlanta, Savannah are 2 major cities in GA
The most populous cities in Washington are Seattle and Spokane.
Cities with 2 syllables: London Paris Milan Dublin
2 major cities in Texas are Austin and Dallas
Greatest Cities of the World - 2008 Sydney 2-2 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
no cities were evacuated. Children living is some cities - especially (east) London were
While there are hundreds of such cities around the world, I'll mention 2 in the US. First, Midlothian VA (near Richmond VA), since that was the location of the FIRST coal mine in the US. Second- Beckley, WV- which has mines, but also is home to the US Mine Academy. Where I will be in school the next two days for Mine Blasting Safety.
what 2 cities are destined to merge at the west cost of the USA ? Asia and America