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Where was the telegram first used?
the first telegram in the us was sent in1758.The England telegram looked like a brown piece of paper the size of a post cared.
In the present day and age ... the middle of 2013 ... the telegramas a means of sending text messages has several new and devastatingdisadvantages. It is now virtually impossi…ble to use a telegram, since there is no telephonenumber and no office to give over your message, no network through which totransport it to its destination, and no mechanisms to receive it or deliver it to theintended recipient. Western Union in the U S, and the analogous agencies in othercountries, recently abolished the telegram, and no longer offer it as a service ...quite a significant disadvantage to those wishing to send one.
Telegrams were first used in 1839 in Holland and were used elsewhere in the late 1800s.
check out wikipedia - electrical telegraph. looks like for the USA 1/6/1838 by Samuel Morse and Alfred Vail
the last telegram from the US from lief erikson made by the graham bell industry was in 1758. George Washington banned telegram for the us because the telegram was british.
The first telegram was sent by Samuel Morse, the man who inventedthe Morse Code. He sent the first telegram on May 24, 1844.
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This is before email and instant messaging but had the same effect to transmit messages by means of the Morse code which was a language filled with electronic sounds of dots a…nd dashes which are short and long sounds similar in theory to a computer base 2 system of ones and zeros.
the US didn't decode the telegram, the British did. the way the British decoded it was they had some German code books they discovered three years earlier, so they used the bo…oks to their advantage. hope this helped
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Yes. Each short tap of the Morse key sent a burst of electricity down the line.