Chemist, Inventor, Awesome Administrator, Social Reformer.
"It could and should soon come to pass that all states pledge themselves collectively to attack an aggressor. That would make war impossible, and would force even the most brutal and unreasonable Power to appeal to a court of arbitration, or else keep quiet."
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Alfred Nobel established the first international holding company in the world - the Nobel Dynamite Trust Company.
Immanuel Nobel, Alfred's father. Source: nobelprize.org.
Illustration made by father Immanuel Nobel on how to lay pyrotechnic mines in ports and narrow waterways. Source: nobelprize.org.
Illustration made by Immanuel Nobel on how ships are blasted with mines, here being demonstrated in his presence and that of the Tsar of Russia. Source: nobelprize.org.
Explosion in the laboratory in Stockholm. Source: nobelprize.org.
Barge on Lake Mälaren, Sweden where Alfred Nobel later did his experiments. Source: nobelprize.org.
The Brothers Nobel (Branobel) factory, office and residence located near the Samson quay in St. Petersburg, Russia. Source: nobelprize.org
Nitroglycerine nitration - the first Hill in 1875. Source: nobelprize.org
Research laboratory in Ardeer, Scotland around 1880. Source: nobelprize.org
The birthplace of dynamite: Inside the crumbling remains of the Scottish factory where renowned chemist Alfred Nobel first produced the explosive in 1870. Stunning pictures. Daily Mail article.
Railway station in Sevran ,France at the time of Alfred Nobel. Source: nobelprize.org
Railway station in Sevran, France at the time of Alfred Nobel. Source: nobelprize.org
The Laboratory, Sevran, France. Source: nobelprize.org
A crushing machine. Sevran, France. Source: nobelprize.org
A kneading machine. Sevran, France. Source: nobelprize.org
Dynamite cartridging, Ardeer, Scotland, in the 1880s. Source: nobelprize.org
Alfred Nobel's laboratory in Bofors, Sweden. Source: nobelprize.org.
Alfred Nobel's traveling bag. Source: nobelprize.org.
Newspaper advertisement for NOBEL's DYNAMIT; "Deutsch-Südwestafrikanische Zeitung"; Swakopmund, 1906-November-10. Date: April 2012. Author: Hans Grimm. Source: Wikimedia Commons.
The Söder tunnel in Stockholm was built with help of Alfred Nobel's blasting oil. Source: nobelprize.org.
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Name: Alfred Bernhard Nobel
Birth: 21 Oct. 1833, Stockholm, Sweden
Death: 10 Dec. 1896 San Remo, Italy
Patents: Alfred Nobel held 355 patent worldwide.
Hobbies Poetry, Literature, Health
Languages Spoken: Swedish, Russian, French, English, German, Italian
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