Who Invented the Internal Combustion Engine?

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The internal combustion engine was developed in 1858 by Jean Joseph Etienne Lenoir. He was born in Mussy-la-ville and he emigrated to France in the 1850s. This is where he developed the interest in electroplating.
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17th century: English inventor Sir Samuel Morland used gunpowder to drive water pumps, essentially creating the first rudimentary internal combustion piston engine.
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First combustion engine was invented in 1600s when Samuel Morland used gunpowder to drive water pumps!
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