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The history of telegraph and telegram. Part 1

The history of telegraph and telegram. Part 1

13.05.2015 - The word telegraph is derived from the Greek words graph, meaning “to write”, and tele meaning “distant.” It came into use toward in the 5th century BC thanks to two ancient Greek philosophers – Democritus and Cleoxen. They suggested to exchange messages ...



The history of Pigeons' post (pioneers of airmail)

The history of Pigeons' post (pioneers of airmail)

28.12.2014 - The pigeon, of course, is not a two-legged courier – you will not send it to any address. But to his native summer, this bird returns with incredible persistence, overcoming very long distances – up to 300 km. And individual, well-trained, carrier pi...



The history of postal service in the XV-XVIII centuries: centralization

The history of postal service in the XV-XVIII centuries: centralization

20.12.2014 - At the end of the Middle Ages the postal delivery tended incredibly to be centralized and monopolized. This was true for both the state and individuals. In France the founder of state post was considered Louis XI, the unifier of France and the first absolute ...



Modern courier service and express delivery

Modern courier service and express delivery

20.04.2014 - Couriers and express delivery - the modern means of communication (phone, fax, internet) have failed to completely replace from our lives neither regular post nor courier delivery. There are several reasons for this. Firstly, “teleportation” has not ...



From the dangerous and heroic couriers and postmen’ history

From the dangerous and heroic couriers and postmen’ history

15.04.2014 - Post service and dangerous and difficult... (from the history of the courier and postal service) The profession of messenger has been considered as one of the riskiest. Dissatisfied with the message, the addressee could easily wreak his anger on the postman ...





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