First submarine built by Robert Fulton (25 words)

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In 1801 Robert Fulton (14th November, 1765 - 24th February, 1815), an American engineer and inventor, built 'Nautilus', the first practical submarine, which was commissioned by Napoleon Bonaparte.

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