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Born the younger of two sons of Isaac Weston Maxim (1814–1883); his brother was [[Hiram Stevens Maxim]]
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Explosives engineer of Stirling Place, Brooklyn. <ref>The Engineer 1900/03/23</ref>
 
Explosives engineer of Stirling Place, Brooklyn. <ref>The Engineer 1900/03/23</ref>
  

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Born the younger of two sons of Isaac Weston Maxim (1814–1883); his brother was Hiram Stevens Maxim

Explosives engineer of Stirling Place, Brooklyn. [1]

Development of certain high explosives.

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  1. The Engineer 1900/03/23