File:1901 Eastern Telegraph cables.png

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English: The Eastern Telegraph Co.: System and its general connections. Chart of submarine telegraph cable routes, showing the global reach of telecommunications at the beginning of the 20th century
Source A.B.C. Telegraphic Code 5th Edition, via Atlantic-cable
Author Unknown


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current12:52, 19 April 2009Thumbnail for version as of 12:52, 19 April 20091,800 × 1,458 (3.76 MB)Malus Catulus (talk | contribs)Now I really removed the black dot (I hope). Optimized size with optipng and pngout.
20:16, 10 February 2009Thumbnail for version as of 20:16, 10 February 20091,800 × 1,458 (4.1 MB)Malus Catulus (talk | contribs)Removed a black dot that I accidentally added while editing
16:23, 10 February 2009Thumbnail for version as of 16:23, 10 February 20091,800 × 1,458 (4.1 MB)Malus Catulus (talk | contribs){{Information |Description={{en|1=The Eastern Telegraph Co.: System and it's general connections. Chart of the undersea telegraph cabling. Good example of how advanced technology already was in the beginning of the 19th century}} |Source=A.B.C. Telegraphi
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