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Mariana Bíró and Sándor Rácz

Hungarian-Argentine Inventor Remembered

D&T
Jun 18, 2019

The world’s probably most commonly used tool is the ballpoint pen. Its commercially successful version was invented by a Hungarian, László Bíró, who was born 120 years ago in Budapest. He patented the first modern ballpoint pen in Paris in 1938. Five years later, he fled the Nazis with his brother, moving to Argentina in […]

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Ford owed Tin Lizzie to son of Makó

MTI
Feb 3, 2011

Some would say mass manufacturing was born in Hungary, for if was József Galamb who not only created Ford's Model T, or "Tin Lizzie" but was elemental in introducing the conveyor belt to production lines. Galamb was born 130 years ago.

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