Famous People Born in 1834
Entrepreneur, Engineer, Inventor / 1834 - 1900
German inventor Gottlieb Daimler patented one of the first successful internal-combustion engines and later founded the Daimler company, which produced the first Mercedes car in 1899.
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profile name: Edgar Degas profile occupation: Painter
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