Emanuel Nobel (phonetic: ) (10 June 1859 – 31 May 1932) was a Swedish-Russian oil baron, the eldest son of Ludvig Nobel and his first wife, Mina Ahlsell, grandson of Immanuel Nobel and nephew of Alfred Nobel.
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