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Nobel Peace Prize, 1901-1956

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1911 de Montluc Arnaud Arnaud promoted international law, arbitration and pacifism both in France and in the international peace movement. President of "Ligue de la Paix et de la Liberté" and editor-in-chief of the journal "Les Etats Unis d'Europe" from 1891. Vice-president of the French delegation to several international peace conferences initiated by the International Peace Bureau. Show »
1912 Bajer Arnaud
Wavrinsky
Arnaud promoted international law, arbitration and pacifism both in France and in the international peace movement. President of "Ligue de la Paix et de la Liberté" and editor-in-chief of the journal "Les Etats Unis d'Europe" from 1891. Vice-president of the French delegation to several international peace conferences initiated by the International Peace Bureau. Wavrinsky was nominated for his contribution to the peaceful dissolution of the Swedish-Norwegian Union in 1905. He was chairman of the Swedish Peace and Arbitration League. Show »
1912 Bajer Wavrinsky
Arnaud
Wavrinsky was nominated for his contribution to the peaceful dissolution of the Swedish-Norwegian Union in 1905. He was chairman of the Swedish Peace and Arbitration League. Arnaud promoted international law, arbitration and pacifism both in France and in the international peace movement. President of "Ligue de la Paix et de la Liberté" and editor-in-chief of the journal "Les Etats Unis d'Europe" from 1891. Vice-president of the French delegation to several international peace conferences initiated by the International Peace Bureau. Show »
1912 de Montluc Arnaud Arnaud promoted international law, arbitration and pacifism both in France and in the international peace movement. President of "Ligue de la Paix et de la Liberté" and editor-in-chief of the journal "Les Etats Unis d'Europe" from 1891. Vice-president of the French delegation to several international peace conferences initiated by the International Peace Bureau. Show »
1912 Moch Arnaud
La Fontaine
Arnaud promoted international law, arbitration and pacifism both in France and in the international peace movement. President of "Ligue de la Paix et de la Liberté" and editor-in-chief of the journal "Les Etats Unis d'Europe" from 1891. Vice-president of the French delegation to several international peace conferences initiated by the International Peace Bureau. La Fontaine was considered a true internationalist. He was president of the Commission of the Permanent International Peace Bureau and Secretary General for the Belgian Peace and Arbitration League. He also participated in the activities of the Inter-Parlimentary Union. Together with Paul Otlet he founded in 1907 the Union of International Associations. Show »
1912 Moch La Fontaine
Arnaud
La Fontaine was considered a true internationalist. He was president of the Commission of the Permanent International Peace Bureau and Secretary General for the Belgian Peace and Arbitration League. He also participated in the activities of the Inter-Parlimentary Union. Together with Paul Otlet he founded in 1907 the Union of International Associations. Arnaud promoted international law, arbitration and pacifism both in France and in the international peace movement. President of "Ligue de la Paix et de la Liberté" and editor-in-chief of the journal "Les Etats Unis d'Europe" from 1891. Vice-president of the French delegation to several international peace conferences initiated by the International Peace Bureau. Show »
1912 Novicow Arnaud Arnaud promoted international law, arbitration and pacifism both in France and in the international peace movement. President of "Ligue de la Paix et de la Liberté" and editor-in-chief of the journal "Les Etats Unis d'Europe" from 1891. Vice-president of the French delegation to several international peace conferences initiated by the International Peace Bureau. Show »
1913 Bajer Arnaud
Wavrinsky
Arnaud promoted international law, arbitration and pacifism both in France and in the international peace movement. President of "Ligue de la Paix et de la Liberté" and editor-in-chief of the journal "Les Etats Unis d'Europe" from 1891. Vice-president of the French delegation to several international peace conferences initiated by the International Peace Bureau. Wavrinsky was nominated for his contribution to the peaceful dissolution of the Swedish-Norwegian Union in 1905. He was chairman of the Swedish Peace and Arbitration League. Show »
1913 Bajer Wavrinsky
Arnaud
Wavrinsky was nominated for his contribution to the peaceful dissolution of the Swedish-Norwegian Union in 1905. He was chairman of the Swedish Peace and Arbitration League. Arnaud promoted international law, arbitration and pacifism both in France and in the international peace movement. President of "Ligue de la Paix et de la Liberté" and editor-in-chief of the journal "Les Etats Unis d'Europe" from 1891. Vice-president of the French delegation to several international peace conferences initiated by the International Peace Bureau. Show »
1913 de Montluc Arnaud Arnaud promoted international law, arbitration and pacifism both in France and in the international peace movement. President of "Ligue de la Paix et de la Liberté" and editor-in-chief of the journal "Les Etats Unis d'Europe" from 1891. Vice-president of the French delegation to several international peace conferences initiated by the International Peace Bureau. Show »
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