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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1911 Lyon-Caen Asser
Bourgeois
Asser initiated the Conferences on International Private Law (Conférences de Droit international privé) at The Hague. He contributed to the founding of the Institute of International Law (Vice President 1875-1879, member of the Council 1902-1904 and Honorary member 1906) and he was a proponent of international law and arbitration. Bourgeois was chairman of the French delegation to the Peace Conferences at The Hague in 1899 and 1907. He was a member of the French parliament's peace group, and he promoted international law and arbitration. Show »
1911 Lyon-Caen Bourgeois
Asser
Bourgeois was chairman of the French delegation to the Peace Conferences at The Hague in 1899 and 1907. He was a member of the French parliament's peace group, and he promoted international law and arbitration. Asser initiated the Conferences on International Private Law ( Conférences de Droit international privé) at the Hague. He contributed to the founding of the Institute of International Law (Vice President 1875-1879, member of the Council 1902-1904 and Honorary member 1906) and he promoted international law and arbitration. Show »
1913 Lammasch Gram
von Savornin Lohman
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1913 Lammasch von Savornin Lohman
Gram
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1915 Lammasch Gram
von Savornin Lohman
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1915 Lammasch von Savornin Lohman
Gram
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1915 Oppenheim The Academy of International Law (Académie de Droit international) Show »
1916 Adelswärd Central Organization for a Durable Peace The organization was founded by 30 leading peace activists in 1915 in order to adjust and reorganize international peace work during war. Both neutral and belligerent countries were represented, and it advocated non-annexation, free trade, arbitration and disarmament. The organization had close connections to the Nederlandsche Anti-Oorlog Raad. The two had a division of labor where the former took care of the practical and popular work, while the latter focussed on the scientific work. Show »
1916 Larsson Central Organization for a Durable Peace The organization was founded by 30 leading peace activists in 1915 in order to adjust and reorganize international peace work during war. Both neutral and belligerent countries were represented, and it advocated non-annexation, free trade, arbitration and disarmament. The organization had close connections to the Nederlandsche Anti-Oorlog Raad. The two had a division of labor where the former took care of the practical and popular work, while the latter focussed on the scientific work. Show »
1916 Oppenheim The Academy of International Law (Académie de Droit international) Show »
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