Just as the late 20th century was revolutionised by the emergence of the internet, the Victorian era benefited from advances in long-distance communication using telegraphy. At the forefront of this technology was the Submarine Telegraph Company, who in 1850 had laid the first copper cable across the English Channel. Over…
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