As noted in the previous post, the System.TimeZoneInfo uses AdjustmentRules to account for DST Transitions, and the default AdjustmentRules do not incorporate all the available DST data. But it is possible to create a custom TimeZoneInfo and populate the AdjustmentRules with DST Transition data available to cover all DST transitions.
This article will show you how to create a custom TimeZoneInfo that incorporates AdjustmentRules for Daylight Saving Time (DST) Transitions all the way back to 1918. The backdrop for this effort is covered in my previous blog post: Beware of Daylight Saving Time Transitions in .NET. You might want to read that one first for the context.