Carnegie/Nobel – Stipend/Prize – US$ 1 500!
TRANSCEND MEMBERS, 17 Nov 2014
Fredrik S. Heffermehl – TRANSCEND Media Service
Nov. 11, 2014 – 96 years since End of WWI in 2018 (+ 76 years after my birth in 1938):
An email from a friend in the US really made my (birth)day! Quote:
”Dear Fredrik, Last Friday I went to an event organized by the Carnegie Corporation on the anniversary of the end of WWI. I was struck by how similar Andrew Carnegie’s ideas, as well as his philanthropy, were to Alfred Nobel’s. Do you know whether they were ever in contact? All best, Peter [Weiss]”
These are Peter´s questions: Why the similarities? Were Carnegie and Nobel ever in contact? And this is mine: Why is the connection so interesting – and consequential?
The best reply to these questions (in my sole and final evaluation, based on research presented in my books – see nobelwill.org) will receive from me a stipend of US$ 1 500.
Send your reply with address, phone (and age) to email@example.com by Dec. 2, 2014.
The winner will be announced at the Nobel peace event at Orust (Sweden) on Dec. 6, 2014 and published at nobelwill.org.
Fredrik S. Heffermehl, cand. jur, LLM NYU, is a member of the TRANSCEND Network and ex-Vice President of the International Peace Bureau. He is the author of The Nobel Peace Prize, What Nobel Really Wanted (Praeger, 2010 – expanded versions in Chinese, Swedish, Finnish, Spanish and  Russian). firstname.lastname@example.org – http://www.nobelwill.org.
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