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Can you determine whether these facts about the history of the Nobel Prizes are (T)rue or (F)alse?

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The inventor Alfred Nobel was Danish and born in Copenhagen.
Nobel was fluent in six languages and wrote poetry in English.
Nobel held 350 patents including the one for dynamite.
Alfred Nobel had two children from his second wife.
Nobel was inspired to create the Nobel prize trust when a French paper confused his brother's death for his own and called him 'The merchant of death'.
When he died, Nobel left £1,687,837 in trust for the awards.
The Nobel prizes were first awarded in 1918 in Geneva.
All of the prizes are given in Stockholm.
Alfred Nobel did not create the prize in economics.
The Nobel prize statutes were approved by King Gustav Adolf.
The first Nobel prize in physics went to Wilhelm Röntgen for discovering X-rays.
During WWII, Germans used the Nobel building in Oslo as a military HQ.
Hitler won the Nobel peace prize in 1935.
Posthumous nominations are not permitted.
Mohandas Gandhi won the peace prize in 1948.
No person has ever won in two different categories.
The Curie family has five awards between them.
Jean-Paul Sartre refused the 1964 prize in literature.
The Red Cross has never received an award.
Frederick Sanger won the same prize two different times.

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