The Men and Women of a Forgotten Generation
No doubt the 20th Century is one of the most remarkable in human history, unparalleled for its rate of technological advances and scientific wonders. What makes this so remarkable is that the century began in the horse-and-buggy age, and before it was out, it put man on the moon.
In our age of technology, we forget that the men and women of those times were the real inventors, the real creators.
They fought the First War, revealed the Roaring Twenties, landed in a depression, picked up themselves by the bootstraps, only to find themselves in World War II.
Still always inventing, always discovering, always developing-they were the architects and drivers of the last century.
This is the biography of that century, the forgotten century, as seen through the eyes of one man – Andreas Stepenavich.