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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1906 Pillet Westlake Westlake was one of the founders of the Institute of International Law. He promoted social reforms and woman suffrage. Show »
1922 von Mayr / Lotz Keynes Keynes was one of the most distinctive British economists. During World War I he served as a consultant in the British Treasury. Keynes accompanied Lloyd George to the Paris Peace Conference as an economic advisor. He opposed the Allied reparations policy, and he advocated a more liberal attitude towards the size and amount of the economic sanctions imposed on Germany. He criticized the Versailles Treaty in "The Economic Consequences of the Peace" (1919/1920). Show »
1923 Lotz Keynes Keynes was one of the most distinctive British economists. During World War I he served as a consultant in the British Treasury. Keynes accompanied Lloyd George to the Paris Peace Conference as an economic advisor. He opposed the Allied reparations policy, and he advocated a more liberal attitude towards the size and amount of the economic sanctions imposed on Germany. He criticized the Versailles Treaty in "The Economic Consequences of the Peace" (1919/1920). Show »
1924 Lotz / Weber / Mayr / von Zwiedineck-Südenhorst Keynes Keynes was one of the most distinctive British economists. During World War I he served as a consultant in the British Treasury. Keynes accompanied Lloyd George to the Paris Peace Conference as an economic advisor. He opposed the Allied reparations policy, and he advocated a more liberal attitude towards the size and amount of the economic sanctions imposed on Germany. He criticized the Versailles Treaty in "The Economic Consequences of the Peace" (1919/1920). Show »
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