Max Eyth Biography

Business Leader, Engineer, Scientist, Inventor(1836–1906)
Max Eyth was a German engineer and inventor who expanded the use of agricultural machinery, founded the German Agricultural Society and wrote novels.

Synopsis

Max Eyth was born on May 6, 1836 in Kirchheim unter Teck, Württemberg, Germany. He was an engineer who expanded the use of agricultural machinery. He studied engineering in Stuttgart and worked as a representative of John Fowler's Steam-Plough Co. Eyth founded the German Agricultural Society in 1884. He died in 1906.

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