Alexander Graham Bell
Alexander was a scientist, inventor and engineer. He was born on 3rd March 1847 in Edinburgh, Scotland and died at the age of 75 on 2nd August1922. He experimented with sound and worked with different devices to send messages over a single wire. He succeeded with this and was responsible for the first working telephone.
Albert was born in Germany on 14th March 1879. His work on physics is still important today and in 1921 he won a Nobel Prize for his work.
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