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  1. "Tesla Discusses AC Motors", Institute of Electrical Engineers (February 1888)
  2. "A New System of Alternate Current Motors and Transformers", American Institute of Electrical Engineers, (May 1888)
  3. "The Tesla Alternate Current Motor", The Electrical Engineer, London (June 22, 1888) pp. 583-585
  4. "Mr. Nikola Tesla on Alternating Current Motors", Electrical World, (May 25, 1889) pp. 297-298
  5. "The Losses Due to Hysteresis in Transformers", The Electrical Engineer (April 9, 1890) p. 221
  6. "Swinburne's Hedgehog Transformer", The Electrical Engineer (September 24, 1890) p. 332
  7. "Tesla's New Alternating Motors", The Electrical Engineer (September 24, 1890)
  8. An Electrolytic Clock, Electrical Engineer, N.Y., 6. V (May 6, 1891)
  9. "Plans to Dispense with Artillery of the Present Type," The Sun - New York, (Nov 21, 1898)
  10. "Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency", Lecture before the Institution of Electrical Engineers, London ( February 3-4, 1892), Reprint in: Lindsay Publications ISBN 0-917914-39-2 (1986)
  11. "The Ewing High-Frequency Alternator and Parsons Steam Engine", Electrician-London, (Dec 17, 1892) p. 391.
  12. "On the Dissipation of the Electrical Energy of the Hertz Resonator," The Electrical Engineer, VOL XIV. (Dec 21, 1892,) No.242
  13. "The Physiological and Other Effects of High Frequency Currents", The Electrical Engineer, Vol XV No.248 (February 11, 1893)
  14. "From Nikola Tesla - He Writes about His Experiments in Electrical Healing", The Detroit Free Press (February 16, 1896) p.16
  15. "Tesla’s Startling Results in Radiography at Great Distances Through Considerable Thickness of Substance", Electrical Review, New York 28 /11 (11 March 1896) pp. 131, 134
  16. "Tesla’s Latest Results – He now Produces Radiographs at a Distance of More than Forty Feet", Electrical Review, New York 28 /12 (18 March 1896) p. 147
  17. "Tesla on Reflected Roentgen Rays", Electrical Review, New York 28 /14 (1 April 1896) pp. 171, 174
  18. "Tesla on Roentgen Radiations", Electrical Review, New York 28 /15 (8 April 1896) pp. 183, 186
  19. "Tesla’s latest Roentgen Ray Investigations", Electrical Review, New York 28 /17 (22 April 1896) pp. 206-207, 211
  20. "Electrical Progress On Apparatus for Cathography," Mining and Scientific Press (May 9, 1896) p. 378
  21. "Tesla Describes an Interesting Feature of the X-Ray Radiations", Electrical Review, New York 29 /2 (8 July 1896) pp. 13-14
  22. "Roentgen Rays or Streams", Electrical Review, New York 29 /7 (12 August 1896) pp. 79, 83
  23. "Tesla on the Roentgen Streams", Electrical Review, New York 29 /23 (2 December 1896) p. 277
  24. "Mr. Tesla on Thermo-electricity", Electrical Engineer - N.Y., (December 23, 1896) p. 655
  25. "On Electricity", Electrical Review (January 27, 1897)
  26. "The Age of Electricity", Cassier’s Magazine (March 1897) pp. 378-386
  27. "The Streams of Lenard and Roentgen and Novel Apparatus for Their Production", Lecture before the New York Academy of Sciences (06 April 1897)
  28. "Mr. Tesla on Roentgen Rays", Electrical Engineer, New York (14 April 1897)
  29. "An Interesting Electrical Exhibition – Address by Nikola Tesla, Announcing Recent Achievements", Electrical Review (14 April 1897) p. 175
  30. "On Hurtful Actions of Lenard and Roentgen Tubes", Electrical Review, New York 30 /18 (5 May 1897) pp. 207, 211
  31. "On the Source of Roentgen Rays and the Practical Construction and Safe Operation of Lenard Tubes", Electrical Review, New York 31 /.4 (11 August 1897) pp. 67, 71
  32. "Application of Tubes of High Illuminating Power to Photography and other Purposes", Electrical Review, N.Y. (January 5, 1898) pp. 8-9
  33. "Tesla on Animal Training by Electricity", New York Journal (February 6, 1898) 
  34. "My New Submarine Destroyer", New York Journal, 13. XI (November 13, 1898)
  35. "Plans to Dispense with Artillery of the Present Type", The Sun, New York (November 21, 1898)
  36. "Letter to the Editor of the Electrical Engineer", Electrical Engineer (November 24, 1898) p. 514
  37. "Tesla Describes his Efforts in Various Fields of Work", Electrical Review ( 30 November 1898) pp. 344-345
  38. Article in Electrical Review, (May 5, 1899) pp.730-33
  39. "Some Experiments in Tesla's Laboratory with Currents of High Potential and High Frequency", Electrical Review, N.Y. (March 29, 1899) pp. 195-197, 204
  40. "The Problem of Increasing Human Energy – with special references to the Harnessing of the Sun’s Energy", Century Magazine (June 1900)
  41. "Tesla’s New Discovery – Capacity of Electrical Conductors is Variable", New York Sun (Jan 30, 1901)
  42. "Tesla’s Wireless Light", Scientific American (Feb 2, 1901) p. 67
  43. "Talking with the Planets", Collier’s Weekly, (Feb 9, 1901)
  44. "Startling Prediction of the World's Greatest Living Scientist in an Article Written for the Sunday North American", Philadelphia - North American, (May 18, 1902)
  45. "A Striking Tesla Manifesto," Electrical World and Engineer, (Feb 6, 1904,) p. 256.
  46. "The Transmission of Electrical Energy Without Wires", Electrical World and Engineer (Mar 5, 1904)
  47. "Letter from Nikola Tesla," (Nov 27, 1904)
  48. "Electric Autos," Manufacturer's ' Record, (Dec 29, 1904,) p. 583.
  49. "The Transmission of Electrical Energy Without Wires", Electrical World and Engineer (Jan 7, 1905) 21-24
  50. "Tesla on Subway Dangers," The Sun, 16. VI (Jun 24, 1905). 
  51. "Tesla's Reply to Edison," English Mechanic and World of Science, (Jul 14, 1905,) p. 515.
  52. "Tesla on the Peary North Pole Expedition," New York Sun, (Jul 16, 1905)
  53. "Signalling to Mars - A Problem of Electrical Engineering," Harvard Illustrated, (Mar 1907)
  54. "Tuned Lightning," English Mechanic and World of Science, (Mar 8, 1907,) pp. 107, 108
  55. "Tesla's Wireless Torpedo," New York Times, (Mar 20, 1907)
  56. "Wireless on Railroads," New York Times, (Mar 26, 1907,) p. 8, col. 7
  57. "Nikola Tesla Objects - Thinks He Should Get Credit for His Own Inventions," New York Times (May 2, 1907,) p. 8, col. 6
  58. "Tesla's Tidal Wave to Make War Impossible", English Mechanic and World of Science (May 3, 1907) p. 296.
  59. "The Peoples Forum", New York World (May 19, 1907)
  60. "Can Bridge the Gap to Mars," New York Times, (Jun 23, 1907)
  61. "Sleep from Electricity," New York Times, (Oct. 19, 1907,) p. 8, col. 5
  62. "Possibilities of 'Wireless'," New York Times, (Oct. 22, 1907,) p. 8. col. 6
  63. "Tesla On Wireless," New York Daily Tribune, (Oct. 25, 1907)
  64. "My Apparatus, Says Tesla," New York Times, (Dec. 20, 1907,) p. 4, col. 4
  65. "Wireless Telegraph & Telephony", By Walter W. Massie & Charles R. Underhill, (1908) pp. 67-71
  66. "Nikola Tesla Forecast for 1908," New York World, (Jan 5, 1908)
  67. "Mr. Tesla’s Vision", New York Times (Apr 21, 1908) 5
  68. "Little Aeroplane Progress," New York Times, (Jun 8, 1908)
  69. "Tesla On Aeroplanes," New York Times, (Sep. 15, 1908)
  70. "How To Signal Mars," New York Times, (May 23, 1909,) p. 10, col. 6,7
  71. "Nikola Tesla's New Wireless", The Electrical Engineer - London (Dec. 24, 1909) p. 893
  72. "The Disturbing Influence of Solar Radiation on the Wireless Transmission of Energy," Electrical Review and Western Electrician, (Jul 6, 1912)
  73. "How Cosmic Forces Shape our Destiny", New York American (Feb 7, 1915) 3
  74. "Some Personal Reflections," Scientific American, (June 5, 1915)
  75. "The Wonder World to be Created by Electricity," Manufacturer's Record, (Sep 9, 1915)
  76. "Nikola Tesla Sees a Wireless Vision," New York Times, (Oct. 3, 1915)
  77. "Tesla's New Device Like Bolts of Thor", (Dec 8, 1915) p.8, col 3
  78. "Electric Drive for Battle Ships", New York Herald (Feb 25, 1917) 13
  79. "Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers", Presentation of the Edison Medal to Nikola Tesla (May 18, 1917)
  80. "Tesla’s View on Electricity and the War", by H. Winfield Secor in Electrical Experimenter 5 Nr.4 (Aug 1917) 229-230, 270
  81. "Famous Scientific Illusions", Electrical Experimenter (February 1919)
  82. "Tesla on High Frequency Generators", (Apr 1919) pp. 909, 914
  83. "The True Wireless", Electrical Experimenter (May 1919) 28-30, 61-63, 87
  84. "The Magnifying Transmitter", Electrical Experimenter (Jun 1919) 112-113, 148, 173, 176-178
  85. "A Giant Eye to See Round the World", Albany Telegram (Feb 25, 1923)
  86. "World System of Wireless Transmission of Energy", Telegraph and Telephone Age (Oct 16, 1927) 457-460
  87. "Nikola Tesla Tells of New Radio Theories", New York Herald Tribune (22 September 1929) 1, 29
  88. "Mr. Tesla Speaks Out," New York World, (Nov 29, 1929,) p. 10, cols. 4,5
  89. "Tesla Maps Our Electrical Future", by H. Winfield Secor for Science and Invention 17 Nr.12 (Apr 1930) 1077, 1124-1126
  90. "Tesla's Letter to the Editor of The World," The World, (Apr 13, 1930)
  91. "Man's Greatest Achievement", New York American (Jul 6, 1930)
  92. "Tesla at 75", Time (Jul 20, 1931) pp. 27, 28
  93. "No High-Speed Limit, Says Tesla", The Literary Digest (Nov 7, 1931)
  94. "Our Future - Motive Power", Everyday Science and Mechanics (Dec 1931)
  95. "Dr. Tesla Writes of Various Phases of his Discoveries", New York Times (Feb 6, 1932) 16
  96. "Tesla's Comment on Einstein's Theories and His Own Theory of Gravity," Columbia University, (Apr 15, 1932)
  97. "Tesla Cosmic Ray Motor May Transmit Power ‘Round Earth", by John A. O’Neill for Brooklin Eagle (Jul 10, 1932)
  98. "Tesla, 76, Reports His Talents at Peak" New York Times (Jul 10, 1932) p.19, c.1
  99. "Pioneer Radio Engineer Gives Views on Power" New York Herald Tribune (Sep 11, 1932)
  100. "Tremendous New Power Soon to be Unleashed", by Carol Bird for Kansas City Journal-Post (Sep 10, 1933)
  101. "Tesla Harness Cosmic Energy", Philadelphia Public Ledger (Nov 2, 1933)
  102. "Tesla Sees Evidence Radio and Light Are Sound", New York Times (Apr 8, 1934) Sec. X, P. 9, c. 1 
  103. "Radio Power will Revolutionize the World", Modern Mechanics and Inventions (Jul 1934)
  104. "Tesla Invents Peace Ray," New York Sun, (Jul 10, 1934)
  105. "Death Ray Machine Described", New York Sun (Jul 11, 1934)
  106. "Tesla, at 78, Bares New Death Beam", New York Times (Jul 11, 1934) p. 18, c. 1
  107. "Beam to Kill Army at 200 Miles, Tesla’s Claim on 78th Birthday", New York Harald Tribune, (Jul 11, 1934)
  108. "Tesla On Power Development and Future Marvels," New York World Telegram (Jul 24, 1934)
  109. "Dr. Tesla Envisions the End of Aircraft in War", Every Week Magazine (Oct 21, 1934) p. 3
  110. "A Machine to End War", Liberty Magazine (Feb 1935) 5-7
  111. "German Cosmic Ray Theory Questioned", New York Herald Tribune (Mar 3, 1935)
  112. "Some Experiments in Tesla's Laboratory With Currents of High Potential and High Frequency," (Jun 5, 1935)
  113. "Tesla Predicts Ships Powered by Shore Beam" New York Herald Tribune, (Jun 5, 1935)
  114. "3 Tesla Inventions", New York Sun (Jul 9, 1935)
  115. "Nikola Tesla, at 79, Uses Earth to Transmit Signals", New York World-Telegram By Earl Sparling (Jul 11, 1935)
  116. "Tesla's Controlled Earthquake", New York American (Jul 11, 1935)
  117. "Tesla, 79, Promises to Transmit Forces", New York Times (Jul 11, 1935) 23
  118. "Expanding Sun Will Explode Some Day Tesla Predicts", New York Herald Tribune (Aug 18, 1935)
  119. "Tesla, 80, Reveals New Power Device", (Jul 11, 1936) II p. 1, c. 2
  120. "A Machine to End War," Liberty, (Feb 1937)
  121. "Sending of Messages to Planets Predicted by Dr. Tesla on Birthday", New York Times, (Jul 11, 1937) p.13, c.2
  122. "Tesla Has Plans to Signal Mars", New York Sun (Jul 12, 1937)
  123. "In the Realm of Science: Tesla. Who Predicted Radio, Now Looks Forward to Sending Waves to the Moon", by John J. O’Neill for New York Herald Tribune (Aug 22, 1937)
  124. "Aerial Defense ‘Death Beam’ Offered to U. S. by Tesla", Baltimore Sun (Jul 12, 1940)
  125. "Death Ray for Planes", New York Times (Sep 22, 1940) Sec. 2, p. 7
  126. "Proposing the 'Death Ray' for Defense", Philadelphia Inquirer (Oct 20, 1940)
  127. "Search Tesla's Room after His Death," FBI File, (Jan 12, 1943)
  128. "Nikola Tesla" by Kenneth M. Swezey, Science (May 16, 1948) pp. 1147 - 1159