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Paul E. Williams

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Paul E. William Bio

February 18, 1894 – January 23, 1980
He studied at University of Southern California
He was married to Mary Agnes, had six children and died in 1973 in Detroit, Michigan, from a gunshot wound.
the very first helicopter

Paul E. Williams
invented the
very first
Why was it invented?
The first helicopter was invented for the U.S. military for war.
How long was it?
It was invented in 1907
Paul wasn't the only one that build the helicopter Igor Sikorsky was another one.
They both work together to create the first successful helicopter.
They had to make several models and arrangement to the mistakes such
make a bigger engine
And bigger rotor blades
The Steps
These are the blueprints
Who is Paul E. Williams?
Paul E. Williams invented the very first helicopter.
Paul E. Williams
By: Joel Pulido

why was it important
It was important for these individual to create the helicopter because the U.S military had to get across the world fast for war.
Impact on History
It helped the U.S. military a lot because it helped them transfer any kind of equipment around the world.
Is the invention used today? How does it make life easier?
This invention is used nowadays and it's mostly used for the U.S. military or hospital emergency. It makes life easier because it can reach places more faster.
Works Cited
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