Alfred Nobel was the creator of Dynamite. He didn't intentionally make it for wars and violence. Soon after he's developed it he created the Nobel Peace Prize!
He was born on October 21st, 1833 in Stockholm, Sweden. He died on December 10th, 1896 in Sanremo, Italy. He is of Swedish origin and has Four siblings.
"If I have 1,000 ideas and only 1 turns out to be good, i'm satisfied." ~Alfred Nobel
Dynamite was invented by Alfred Nobel and was the first safely manageable explosive stronger than black powder. Nobel obtained patents for his invention in England on 7 May 1867, in Sweden on 19 October 1867. After its introduction, dynamite rapidly gained wide-scale use as a safe alternative to black powder and nitroglycerin.
The invention of dynamite may have been one of the most important inventions in the time of the Industrial Revolution. At this time, miners and quarry workers had little to no access to power machines and other powerful technological devices. Dynamite allowed such workers a simple way to destroy mines and rock to use for materials or clear for further industrialization. The Department of Defense replaced black powder with dynamite, granting the Military an exponential increase in power.