The untold story of Eiffel and his Tower
Date published

3 October 2019

Price

Free

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The untold story of Eiffel and his Tower

Date published

3 October 2019

Price

Free

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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