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Rothschild, AT&T, IBM

An electrical telegraph was developed and patented in the United States in 1837 by Samuel Morse. His assistant, Alfred Vail, devised the dot & dash system that became known as Morse code. The first telegram in the United States was sent by Morse on 11 January 1838, across two miles of wire.

In 1837 George Peabody left Massachusetts and took up permanent residence in London.

August Belmont was the Rothschild agent in New York, USA, from 1837 and would become chairman of the Democratic National Committee, involved in the elections of U.S. President's Franklin Pierce and James Buchanan. Belmont also spearheaded the campaign of Senator Stephen Douglas who was the main political rival of Abraham Lincoln. Many people believed that August Belmont led the conspiracy to assassinate Abraham Lincoln, and this belief forever after shadowed him and affected how he was viewed in public and private life.

Sir Curtis Lampson, George Peabody, and Samuel Gurney were among those who established the Atlantic Telegraph [Cable] Company in 1856.

The International Telegraph Convention in 1865 led to the formation of the International Telegraph Union now known as the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and is the United Nations agency for ICT including Internet and Satellites. The 1865 Convention was presided over by Prince Metternich of Austria (pp. 180; 183 & 184) with Mr. Drouyn de Lhuys (French Minister of Foreign Affairs) acting as chairman. You can find more info about Metternich & the Rothschild's here.

The Bell Telephone Company was founded by Alexander Graham Bell & partners in 1877. The Western Electric Company was purchased by Bell Telephone Company in 1881. One of the subsidiaries of Bell Telephone Company was the American Telephone & Telegraph Company (AT&T), established in 1885. J.P. Morgan became the controlling shareholder in Bell Telephone Company & AT&T.

Theodore Vail, cousin of Alfred Vail, became General Manager of Bell Telephone Company in 1878. Theodore Vail, photographed here at his home on Jekyll Island with J.P Morgan & William Rockefeller, also became the first president of AT&T. Meetings also took place on Jekyll Island to found the Federal Reserve.

In 1889, the tabulating machine was patented by Herman Hollerith.

Charles R. Flint, J.P. Morgan and August Belmont Jr combine in 1901 to consolidate factories in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Charles R Flint, August Belmont Jr, and others incorporated
Flint & Co in 1902.

In 1911, Charles R Flint bought out Hollerith and merged the Tabulating Machine Company with Computing Scale and ITR to form the Computing Tabulating Recording Company which would later be renamed IBM.

AT&T = 1st telephone exchanges, 1st transnational radio stations, 1st television broadcast, and Telstar was the 1st telecommunication satellite.

AT&T & BBC collaborated on 1st satellite TV broadcast via Goonhilly Downs which is a Rothschild Reserve in Cornwall.

Sir Evelyn de Rothschild was Director of IBM United Kingdom Holdings Limited, 1972-1995.

IBM & AT&T partner to develop the Internet of Things

IBM & Cisco Alliance

IBM, Cisco, and Microsoft ties with Chinese military runs deep. The Chinese military leads us to Huawei. was formerly "AT&T Business Internet Services"

IBM To Control The Weather (Company)


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