Nikola Tesla: Suggested Readings and Videos
Tesla's Correspondence with Relatives
Published by Tesla Memorial Society, Inc.
It contains more than 200 pages and The Society recommends that it gets
wide distribution in the scholastic community and elsewhere. The book
contains a Preface by Dr. A.S. Marincic, Introduction by
Dr. Nenad V. Mandich, Tesla's relative and is translated by
The Strange Life of Nikola Tesla
Tesla: Man Out of Time, Margaret Cheney, A Laurel Book,
Dell Publishing Co., Inc., New York, 1981.
Prodigal Genius, John J. O'Neill, David McKay Co.,
New York, 1944.
My inventions: the autobiography of Nikola Tesla,
Nikola Tesla, edited with an introduction by Ben Johnston,
Hart Bros., Williston, VT, 1944.
My Inventions, Nikola Tesla, Electrical Experimenter,
May, June, July, October 1919.
Tesla: The Genius Who Lit the World, (45 minutes)
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