Series: Grootse ontdekkingen baanbrekende uitvindingen

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Ontdekkingen van het eerste uur : 700 000-1200 v. C. by Pierre Chavot1
Van ijzertijd tot middeleeuwen 1200 v.C.-1000 by Julie Coquart2
Uitvindingen in een nieuw licht 1000-1600 by Anne Balleydier3
Ontwikkelingen in de Nieuwe Tijd 1600-1750 by Rafaële Brillaud4
De opkomst van de industriële revolutie : 1750-1810 by Marie Barbelet5
De industriële revolutie uitgelicht 1810-1855 by Rafaële Brillaud6
De doorbraak van elektriciteit 1880-1900 by Rafaële Brillaud8
Vernieuwingen alom 1900-1925 by Marie Barbelet9

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