DNT - Rudolph Diesel - Inventor of the Diesel Engine
Rudolph Diesel was a German engineer who in 1892 created the diesel engine, a type of internal combustion engine. He was born on the 18th of March, 1858 in Paris. Rudolph was born into a poor family and was surrounded by poverty almost all of his life, making for a very unhappy childhood.
Diesel started his education in Paris where he was an excellent student. He enjoyed art and spent a lot of his time in the museum of arts and crafts. The outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War forced him and his family to leave Paris and go to London. Rudolph was enrolled in a London school to continue his education. He was most impressed by the British Museum and the South Kensington Museum's exhibits of science and engineering.
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