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Revision as of 16:06, 9 December 2012

The British people have been the most inventive people in history. Almost all of the important inventions of the nineteenth and twentieth century have been invented by the the British.

Military

RADAR

The Tank

The Bouncing bomb

Optical landing system for aircraft carriers


Technological

Television

Computer

The Telephone

Stereo

The iPod

The Lightbulb

The Electric motor

World Wide Web

Photography


Industrial

Industrial revolution

Steam engine

Assembly line

Spinning Jenny yarn producer (Hargreaves)

Safety lamp (Davy)


Communications

The postage stamp

The pencil

Christmas cards

Shorthand


Transport

Passenger train

Jet engine

Cat's eye

The Marine chronometer

The Hovercraft

Pneumatic tyre

Composite ship

Agriculture

Seed drill


Sports and pastimes

Soccer

Lawn Tennis

Squash

Badminton

Cricket

Rugby

Golf

Tiddlywinks

Snooker

Billiards

Rounders

Food and Drink

The Sandwich

Cornish pasty

"Marmite"