George Griffith:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
George Griffith (1857-1906) was a British science fiction writer whose stories were unpopular in the United States due to his utopian socialist political views. He was also a noted explorer.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Aerial Navies

The World Masters (1903)

Air-Ship (VTOL Airship)

The Angel of the Revolution (1893)

Air-to-Surface Missile - first use of concept

The Angel of the Revolution (1893)

Breathing Dresses

A Honeymoon In Space (1901)


The World Masters (1903)

Demagnitizing Ray

The Lord of Labour (1911)


A Honeymoon In Space (1901)

Vandelite Gun

The World Masters (1903)

War-Balloon (Navigable Aerostat)

The Angel of the Revolution (1893)

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