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eBook The First Treasure Divers: The True Story of How Two Brothers Invented the Diving Helmet and Sought Sunken Treasure and Fame ePub

by John Bevan

eBook The First Treasure Divers: The True Story of How Two Brothers Invented the Diving Helmet and Sought Sunken Treasure and Fame ePub
Author: John Bevan
Language: English
ISBN: 1905492162
ISBN13: 978-1905492169
Publisher: AquaPress (April 19, 2010)
Pages: 219
Category: World
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 366
Formats: doc lrf txt azw
ePub file: 1963 kb
Fb2 file: 1659 kb

The First Treasure Divers book. The First Treasure Divers reveals the true and fascinating story. It blows away the myths and deliberate misinformation that have crept into the historical record.

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The First Treasure Divers reveals the true and fascinating story. It follows the lives of two brothers as they struggle to turn their newly-invented diving helmet to advantage and how they wrestle with apathetic and even hostile authorities for recognition of their invention. John Bevan has been involved in diving all his life.

The First Treasure Divers: The True Story of How Two Brothers Invented the Diving Helmet and Sought Sunken Treasure and Fame by Bevan, John (2010) Paperback. From another point of view, the life-support technology developed in the diving industry provided the knowledge for keeping the pioneering, high altitude pilots alive, which in turn evolved into the life-support systems of the astronauts who walked on the moon.

John Deane (1800–1884; known as The Infernal Diver), with his brother Charles, invented the diving helmet and performed diving operations at the wreck of the Mary Rose. They received their education at The Royal Hospital School, Greenwich and were both in attendance in 1812. When he was 14, John joined the East India Company and sailed for seven years. In the 1820s, John was present in England when horses were trapped by fire in a stable.

In this book, John Bevan seeks to redress some of these inaccuracies Who invented the diving . The result is a complete misunderstanding of how it all began.

In this book, John Bevan seeks to redress some of these inaccuracies Who invented the diving helmet? Refer to any encyclopedia or history book and the answ. In this book, John Bevan seeks to redress some of these inaccuracies.

For example, treasure hunters try to find sunken shipwrecks and retrieve artifacts with market value. This industry is generally fueled by the market for antiquities. This industry is generally fueled by the market for antiquities

The recorded history of the diving industry has been fundamentally corrupted over the past 150 years. The result is a complete misunderstanding of how it all began. Who invented the diving helmet? Refer to any encyclopaedia or history book and the answer you will find will almost certainly be wrong. The First Treasure Divers reveals the true and fascinating story. It blows away the myths and deliberate misinformation that have crept into the historical record. Thanks to the painstaking research the author has carried out over the past 25 years, the falsehoods are peeled away to unveil the true, definitive account. It follows the lives of two brothers as they struggle to turn their newly-invented diving helmet to advantage and how they wrestle with apathetic and even hostile authorities for recognition of their invention. It thunders through sunken treasure adventures to the heroism and horrors of the Crimean War. The impact of the invention of the diving helmet is immense. In the 180 years since the Deane brothers carried out the first ever commercial helmet dive off the Isle of Wight on the south coast of England, the diving business has expanded to a global industry with an annual turnover in excess of $3,000,000,000. From another point of view, the life-support technology developed in the diving industry provided the knowledge for keeping the pioneering, high altitude pilots alive, which in turn evolved into the life-support systems of the astronauts who walked on the moon.
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