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Above: Nikola Tesla in Colorado Springs Laboratory, 1899, seated in front of a magnifying transmitter with 20 million volts and high frequency electricity.
Above: Nikola Tesla in his laboratory at 8 West 40th Street, Manhattan, New York City.
President Bush wrote to President Mesic of Croatia to congratulate him on the 150th year of Nikola Tesla's birth
The following is a translation from a Croatian article online which can be found by clicking here.
American President Bush wrote to President Mesic of Croatia regarding the 150th anniversary of Nikola Tesla's birth. President Mesic informed President Bush about the ongoing celebration of Nikola Tesla's birthday anniversary. President Bush wrote to President Mesic (translated from Croatian):
"I am supporting the anniversary of Nikola Tesla's birth and would like you to know that America is proud of the prodigal inventor, Nikola Tesla. His work will inspire today's generation of scientists and inventors around the world.
Nikola Tesla is an example that the real greatness of man goes beyond national boundaries and differences."
Nikola Tesla and the Exploration of Cosmos
Nikola Tesla: Father of Radio Astronomy
United States Governor's Proclamations,
Congressman's Speech 1 (July 11, 1990, Chairman of the Science, Space and Technology Committee)
Congressman's Speech 2 (July 11, 1990, Congresswoman Helen Delich Bentley)
Honoring the 134th birthday of Nikola Tesla, US Congressmen's speeches:
Hon. Congresswoman Helen Delich Bentley ( Page 1 )
Hon. Robert A. Roe of New Jersey ( Page 1 )
Hon. George W. Gekas of Pennsylvania ( Page 1 )
Hon. George J. Hochbrueckner of New York ( Page 1 )
Hon. Eliot L. Engel of New York ( Page 1 )
United States Senator Mark O. Hatfield, June 21, 1984 ( Page 1 )