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The Nomination Database for the
Nobel Peace Prize, 1901-1956

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1912 Moneta Richet
Ruyssen
Richet was member of the Commission of the Permanent International Peace Bureau. Ruyssen was president of "La Paix par le Droit", the most prominent French peace association, and member of the Commission of the Permanent International Peace Bureau. Show »
1912 Moneta Ruyssen
Richet
Ruyssen was president of "La Paix par le Droit", the most prominent French peace association, and member of the Commission of the Permanent International Peace Bureau. Richet was member of the Commission of the Permanent International Peace Bureau. Show »
1913 Moneta Richet
Ruyssen
Richet was member of the Commission of the Permanent International Peace Bureau. Ruyssen was President of "La Paix par le Droit", the most prominent French peace association, and member of the Commission of the Permanent International Peace Bureau. Show »
1913 Moneta Ruyssen
Richet
Ruyssen was president of "La Paix par le Droit", the most prominent French peace association, and member of the Commission of the Permanent International Peace Bureau. Richet was member of the Commission of the Permanent International Peace Bureau. Show »
1923 Wehberg Rolin-Jacquemyns
Ruyssen
Rolin-Jacquemyns was the founder and Secretary General (1906-1923) of the Institute of International Law. He was managing director of the juridical library at the Peace Palace in Geneva 1913-1923. Rolin was member of several commissions and associations, and Secretary General of the Academy of International Law at The Hague. His major scientific work was "The International Private Law" (1899). Ruyssen was president of "La Paix par le Droit", the most prominent French peace association, and he was editor of the association's journal. He was an executive member of both the International Peace Bureau and "Ligue des Droits de l'Homme". Ruyssen promoted peace and disarmament, and he was secretary general of "Union des Associations pour la Société des Nations" (The Union of Associations of the League of Nations). Show »
1923 Wehberg Ruyssen
Rolin-Jacquemyns
Ruyssen was president of "La Paix par le Droit", the most prominent French peace association, and he was editor of the association's journal. He was an executive member of both the International Peace Bureau and "Ligue des Droits de l'Homme". Ruyssen promoted peace and disarmament, and he was secretary general of "Union des Associations pour la Société des Nations" (The Union of Associations of the League of Nations). Rolin-Jacquemyns was the founder and Secretary General (1906-1923) of the Institute of International Law. He was managing director of the juridical library at the Peace Palace in Geneva 1913-1923. Rolin was member of several commissions and associations, and Secretary General of the Academy of International Law at The Hague. His major scientific work was "The International Private Law" (1899). Show »
1929 Müller Ruyssen Ruyssen was president of "La Paix par le Droit", the most prominent French peace association, and he was editor of the association's journal. He was an executive member of both the International Peace Bureau and "Ligue des Droits de l'Homme". Ruyssen promoted peace and disarmament, and he was secretary general of "Union des Associations pour la Société des Nations" (The Union of Associations of the League of Nations). Show »
1932 Lange Ruyssen Ruyssen was president of "La Paix par le Droit", the most prominent French peace association, and he was editor of the association's journal. He was an executive member of both the International Peace Bureau and "Ligue des Droits de l'Homme". Ruyssen promoted peace and disarmament, and he was secretary general of "Union des Associations pour la Société des Nations" (The Union of Associations of the League of Nations). He had been an important part of the international peace movement for more than 40 years. Show »
1933 Lange Ruyssen Ruyssen was president of "La Paix par le Droit", the most prominent French peace association, and he was editor of the association's journal. He was an executive member of both the International Peace Bureau and "Ligue des Droits de l'Homme". Ruyssen promoted peace and disarmament, and he was secretary general of "Union des Associations pour la Société des Nations" (The Union of Associations of the League of Nations). He had been an important part of the international peace movement for more than 40 years. Show »
1934 Lange Ruyssen Ruyssen was president of "La Paix par le Droit", the most prominent French peace association, and he was editor of the association's journal. He was an executive member of both the International Peace Bureau and "Ligue des Droits de l'Homme". Ruyssen promoted peace and disarmament, and he was secretary general of "Union des Associations pour la Société des Nations" (The Union of Associations of the League of Nations). He had been an important part of the international peace movement for more than 40 years. Show »
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