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In Which Year Did Alfred Nobel Die?

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Alfred Nobel died on the 10th of December, 1896, from a stroke, at Sanremo, Italy. Alfred Nobel is best known and recognized all over the world as the founder of the Nobel Prize.

Alfred Nobel was born on the 21st of October, 1833in Stockholm, Sweden. He was born to a family descended from Olof Rudbeck, who was Sweden's best-known technical genius in the 17th century, when Sweden was a mighty power in northern Europe. Nobel well versed in a number of languages, and wrote poetry and drama. He also had a great interest in social and peace-related issues, with his strong views regarded as radical during his time.

The Nobel Prize has been given to honor men and women the world over, since 1901. The Prize has honored people for their outstanding achievements in chemistry, physics, medicine, literature, and for their efforts at peace. In 1895, Alfred Nobel wrote his last will, and left a sizeable amount of his fortune, 31 million kronor, to the foundation of the Nobel Prize.

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Alfred Noble died in 1896

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