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Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1907 12 members of the British parliament Zamenhof Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Show »
1909 Moscheles Zamenhof Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Show »
1910 4 members of the British parliament and one British professor Zamenhof Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages Show »
1910 42 members of the French parliament Zamenhof Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Show »
1910 Boirac Zamenhof Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Show »
1910 Richet Zamenhof Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Show »
1913 Krejci Zamenhof Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Show »
1913 Kädner Zamenhof Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Show »
1913 Moscheles Zamenhof Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Show »
1914 Moscheles Zamenhof Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Show »
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