Was The Man Who Invented Diesel Killed by Coal Industrialists?
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Rudolf Diesel, the German engineering designer who invented the famous engine that bears his name, went missing whilst at sea on his way to a conference in London. Diesel’s body would be found nearly two weeks later and ultimately ignite a spate of conspiracy theories that remain to this very day. So what exactly happened to Rudolf Diesel? Was his life falling into ruin, forcing him to commit suicide? Or did the ground-breaking engine that found him fame and recognition ultimately lead to his murder?Support the show
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