Who invented Submarine?
The invention of Submarine
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It was invented by Cornelis Drebbel in the seventeen century
So it was invented by CORNELIS DREBBEL
The sud marina was invented by Cornelis Drebbel
It was Invented by cornelis Drebbel in the seventeenth century
Submarines were first built by Dutch inventor Cornelius van Drebel in the early 17th century, but it was not until 150 years later that they were first used in naval combat. David Bushnell, an American inventor, began building underwater mines while a student at Yale University. Deciding that a submarine would be the best means of delivering his mines in warfare, he built an eight-foot-long wooden submersible that was christened the Turtle for its shape. Large enough to accommodate one operator, the submarine was entirely hand-powered. Lead ballast kept the craft balanced.