The untold story of Eiffel and his Tower
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The untold story of Eiffel and his Tower

Date published

3 October 2019

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Two contributors to our History Study Group discuss the engineering and history behind this remarkable structure.

Paul Bell and Professor Andrew Siant appeared on this Engineering Matters podcast for a fascinating discussion of the icon and its creator.

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