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Oskar von Miller

* 1855 in Munich
+ 1934 in Munich


Oskar von Miller Deutsches Museum

Oskar von Miller was a German engineer and founder of the Deutsches Museum (1903),
the world's largest museum of science and technology.
In 1882 he organized the first electrotechnical exhibition in Germany.
At this exhibition, on 16 September 1882, in partnership with Marcel Deprez,
he succeeded in transmitting an electric current for the first time
over a distance of approximately 60 kilometers, from Miesbach to the Glaspalast in Munich.

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