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This Month’s Featured Clock:
Gare de Lyon, Paris, France Photograph by Jan Kranendonk, 2007
This clock was built for the World Exposition of 1900, where many innovative exhibits took place. Which one did not?
a. A diesel engine running on peanut oil made its debut b. French sparkling wine defeated all Russian entries to claim the international award
c. Campbell's Soup was awarded a gold medal, an image of which still appears on its label
d. Talking films and escalators were first publicized
The World Exposition, also known as the Exposition Universelle, lasted from April 15th until November 12th, 1900. More than 50 million people attended to see more than 76,000 exhibitors. Exhibitions included a diesel engine running on peanut oil, the first talking films and escalators, and Campbell's Soup. Rather than the French taking home the grand prize for sparkling wines, Russian sparkling wine defeated all the French entries to claim the internationally coveted 'Grand Prix de Champagne'.