The Focke-Wulf Fw 61 is often considered the first practical, functional helicopter, first flown in 1936.
Guys, this isn't hard to look up.
ok i actually did go and look it up now. Of all the european languages, only 5 other languages use x-ray to describe the radiation type. So you are definitely wrong.
btw the english wiki article say x-rays, or röntgen rays. So not only would many people from other countries get what you mean, it is actually correct in english aswell.
Also for Christmas Tree; why use a limited cultural reference (I think that's what it is?) that doesn't even actually refer to Christmas trees?
Perhaps something else could be found for Easter Bunny; "springtime" doesn't do that great for anyone at the poles, at the equator or in the southern hemisphere without some mental calculation.
"Ursine" for gummy bear also seems rather contrived, given the difficulty is in the description rather than in the answer, which doesn't seem the point.
Classifying his inventions as "German" is ridiculous.
the printing press
wireless remote control
and many more....
i feel so patriotic now
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