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1943

New York City: Nikola Tesla was found murdered (poisoned) in his Hotel Suite at the New Yorker Hotel. He had lived from 1856 til his death in 1943. Tesla was born between two eras, the American Civil War and in the Middle of World War II. He single-handedly changed the fabric of society via his introduction of Alternating Current and the motors and generators built by him and Westinghouse. Take the time to view the video that shows how New York City and its population benefited during 1943 in wartime.

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All of this becomes apparent when you view New York City, prior to Nikola Tesla’s significant impact and his inventive activity while living and working in the City and on Long Island. His Tesla coil became the ignition coil that enabled automobile engines to start using an ignition key and an alternator allowing automobile electrical systems to power and recharge batteries. His Niagara Falls power system enabled the electrification of the Northeast including New York City. Tesla's impact was such, that New York City pictures indicate that when he arrived in 1882 people were riding on horses (horse and buggy, horse-drawn carts and carriages) and when he died New Yorkers were riding in automobiles.

New York City (Horse drawn carriages) in 1900 -- Tesla together with George Westinghouse Altered NYC History (electrification & motorized vehicles)
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