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The History of Fire Engines
The History of Fire Engines

In 24 BC Augustus, The Roman Emperor instituted a corps of "watchmen" to look out for fires. They developed a system that checked and prevented fires. At that time, most cities had men who would sound an alarm at the sign of fire. The main tool at that time was a bucket that was passed hand to hand to douse the fire.

An ax was another valuable firefighting tool. The ax was crucial in removing fuel that caused the spread of a fire and also created... [read more]

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