• anonymous
What did Nobel think his invention would result in?
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  • anonymous
The end of all wars
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Nobel like Noble peace prize? If so, he actually began this because he used to make thinks that would kill people. So when a family member died (I think it was his brother, but i'm not sure) the newspaper mixed up the names and wrote an obituary about Noble. He was shocked to find that the the entire thing was full of him having committed all of these horrible crimes. To stop this obituary from becoming true when he died, he invented the Noble Peace Price in order to add some good to his life's story. I think it's extremely interesting.

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