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date: 27 January 2022

Daimler, Gottlieb 

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History
Author(s):
James Foreman-PeckJames Foreman-Peck

(1834–1900), a founder of the motor industry.Daimler developed one of the first commercially viable four-stroke, gasoline-fueled, internal-combustion engines. Outside his native Germany, licensees and subsidiaries making cars with his engine were quickly established in France, the United States, Britain, and Austria-Hungary.... ...

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