Herbert George Wells summed up the spirit of the Edwardian age perfectly when he wrote "Queen Victoria like a great paperweight, sat on men's minds, and when she was removed, their ideas blew all over the place, haphazardly". In the first 5 years of Edward VII reign, over 140,000 British patents were granted. By 1913, over 1,000,000 (1 million) British middle class homes had electricity. Early electrical companies sold differing voltages and amperages meaning that when a client changed companies...
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