Nikola Tesla

Quick Facts

Date of Birth10 July 1856
Place of BirthSmiljan, Austrian Empire (now Croatia)
Date of Death7 January 1943
Place of DeathNew York City, U.S.
CitizenshipAustria (1856–1891)
United States (1891–1943)
Alma materGraz University of Technology (dropped out)
OccupationsInventor, engineer, futurist
DisciplinesElectrical and mechanical engineering
Notable ProjectsAlternating current high-voltage, high-frequency power experiments
Significant DesignAC electricity supply system
Notable Awards
Early BackgroundBorn to a Serbian family in the Austrian Empire, his father was a priest, and his mother skilled in making homecraft tools and mechanical appliances.
Tesla credited his eidetic memory and creative abilities to his mother’s genetics and influence

Nikola Tesla Books

Book TitleYear
My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla1919
The Tesla Coil1991
The Complete Patents of Nikola Tesla1983
The Problem of Increasing Human Energy1900
The Fantastic Inventions of Nikola Tesla1993
Tesla 1856-1943
The FBI Files on Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla Research
The Inventions
Talking with Planets
Colorado Springs Notes, 1899–19001976
A New System of Alternating Current Motors and Transformers and Other Essays2007
How Cosmic Forces Shape Our Destinies1915
The Tesla Papers2000
The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla and Other Works
My Inventions and Other Writings
The Strange Life of Nikola Tesla
Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency1892
The Nikola Tesla Treasury2007
On Light and Other High Frequency Phenomena1893
Nikola Tesla: Experiments and Discoveries
Famous Scientific Illusions1919
Nikola Tesla: Lectures and Patents
Very Truly Yours, Nikola Tesla2007
Nikola Tesla’s Teleforce & Telegeodynamics Proposals
Tesla’s Autobiography
Collected Writings of Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla – Ultimate Collection: 70+ Scientific Works, Lectures & Essays: Inventions, Experiments & Patents (With Letters & Autobiography)
My Inventions – Nikola Tesla’s Autobiography: Extraordinary Life Story of the Genius Who Changed the World
The Problem of Increasing Human Energy (annotated): The Tesla Code
Songs of Liberty and Other Poems1882
To Nikola Tesla greeting his seventy-fifth aniversary, July 10, 1931
Tesla revisited
The Collected Works of Nikola Tesla

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