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ISAAC PERAL THE SUBMARINE In 1887, the Spanish Navy lieutenant and engineer , Isaac Peral designed and built the first submarine in history . The submarine already had all the basic features that have a modern military submarine: electric motors, navigation system, torpedoes capable of reaching a surface ship, periscope, etc...

The first submarine:

The first submarine


JUAN DE LA CIERVA AUTOGYRO In 1920, Juan de la Cierva aviator and Spanish scientist built his first autogyro, forerunner of the current helicopter.




MANUEL JALÓN THE MOP THE DISPOSABLE SYRINGE In 1956, Manuel Jalón aeronautical engineer invented the mop, inspired barracks used in general. In principle emerged as a liberating view of women, feminist and that essentially allowed these off the ground, not having to be on their knees to clean the house. Today things have changed and is regarded as an object symbol of machismo, but it really was a first step towards the liberation of women and its impact was worldwide.



The disposable syringe:

The disposable syringe Something so simple has done so much good... Manuel Jalónn also created the disposable hypodermic syringe, which today seems so normal that often do not give the required value. Its appearance did much to health and hygiene was a major breakthrough with the use of plastics in non-proliferation of disease.

Enric Bernat lollipops:

Enric Bernat lollipops The visionary entrepreneur Enric Bernat had an idea and defended to the maximum: a lollipop to suck on. Today, ( Chupa Chups ) Lollipops brand is recognized anywhere in the world, and its logo, designed by Dali, has the strength of the Coca Cola (which was based). Bernat turned a small family business in a big company, based on hard work and many miles in the samples. He was a pioneer in the phenomenon of branding, and the use of exhibitors in the trade at a time when the brand that no one understood ...

Manuel Vicente Patricio Rodríguez Sitches the laryngoscope:

Manuel Vicente Patricio Rodríguez Sitches the laryngoscope Manuel Vicente Patricio Rodríguez Sitches was a famous Spanish opera singer nineteenth century. However, his greatest contribution was the invention of laryngoscope, designed after a great studies done on the anatomy of the human larynx (studying their own dentist with a mirror). The German physician Johann Czermak long did not miss this invention and introduced the practice of medicine.

Alejandro Campos Ramírez the foosball table:

Alejandro Campos Ramírez the foosball table In 1936 one was injured in the bombings of Madrid during the Spanish Civil War, and during his stay in the hospital, he met many injured children with a maximum penalty was not able to play football. Upon recovery, and based on table tennis, commissioned the construction of its first football table. The toy companies could not manufacture the series because they had been nationalized by both sides, being devoted to the manufacture of weapons.

Juan Solozábal Juan Olivé The desktop stapler:

Juan Solozábal Juan Olivé The desktop stapler Casco company formed by former manufacturers of handguns, he devoted 20 years to create stationery, reaching the top with the stapler Casco, a landmark of world design. Although staplers with that name already existed, modern design (the one we know today) came up with this model. Its inventors were John Solozábal and John Olive. This model is currently being sold worldwide .

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After the war, the victory of the national side hico coup that exiled in France, but before the product was patented in Barcelona he lost while crossing the Pyrenees on foot, which subsequently caused the toy Valencia appropriated the invention as their own during many years (even so, and despite not maintain the patent, numerous designs with his name still existed between carpenters and Spanish toy). His life was full of adventures. In the last years of his life he moved to Zamora to meet as executor of his friend the poet Leon Felipe. He died in 2007, and his ashes were scattered in the River Duero from the stone bridge of Zamora and the Atlantic, from Finisterre.

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