Gordon Brown marks the 175th Anniversary of the birth of Andrew Carnegie.


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    175th Anniversary of the birth of Andrew Carnegie.

    Carnegie was born in Dunfermline and became rich in America from the steel industry.

    Ex PM Gordon Brown takes part in the launch of a unique educational programme. A talk on the history of Fife to pupils from five schools and live streamed to thirty schools in Scotland. At Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum.