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Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1935 Members of the Salvadoran parliament Aranjo Show »
1935 Suarez / Rossi / Chavez Aranjo Show »
1948 Negulesco Guerrero Guerrero was nominated for his work as President of the Permanent International Court of Justice and the International Court of Justice. He was instrumental in ensuring the Court's survival of WWII. In 1945 he published the book "Organisation Internationale de la Paix", arguing that an international government invested with limited powers should be established. In 1946 he initiated a conference where five Central-American states discussed the possibility of a federation. Guerrero was considered the most prominent representative of international law and arbitration. Show »
1949 Borel Guerrero Guerrero was nominated for his work as President of the Permanent International Court of Justice and the International Court of Justice. He was instrumental in ensuring the Court's survival of WWII. In 1945 he published the book "Organisation Internationale de la Paix", arguing that an international government invested with limited powers should be established. In 1946 he initiated a conference where five Central-American states discussed the possibility of a federation. Guerrero was considered the most prominent representative of international law and arbitration. Show »
1949 de la Pradelle Guerrero Guerrero was nominated for his work as President of the Permanent International Court of Justice and the International Court of Justice. He was instrumental in ensuring the Court's survival of WWII. In 1945 he published the book "Organisation Internationale de la Paix", arguing that an international government invested with limited powers should be established. In 1946 he initiated a conference where five Central-American states discussed the possibility of a federation. Guerrero was considered the most prominent representative of international law and arbitration. Show »
1949 Fabela Guerrero Guerrero was nominated for his work as President of the Permanent International Court of Justice and the International Court of Justice. He was instrumental in ensuring the Court's survival of WWII. In 1945 he published the book "Organisation Internationale de la Paix", arguing that an international government invested with limited powers should be established. In 1946 he initiated a conference where five Central-American states discussed the possibility of a federation. Guerrero was considered the most prominent representative of international law and arbitration. Show »
1949 Hackworth Guerrero Guerrero was nominated for his work as President of the Permanent International Court of Justice and the International Court of Justice. He was instrumental in ensuring the Court's survival of WWII. In 1945 he published the book "Organisation Internationale de la Paix", arguing that an international government invested with limited powers should be established. In 1946 he initiated a conference where five Central-American states discussed the possibility of a federation. Guerrero was considered the most prominent representative of international law and arbitration. Show »
1949 Hsu-Mo Guerrero Guerrero was nominated for his work as President of the Permanent International Court of Justice and the International Court of Justice. He was instrumental in ensuring the Court's survival of WWII. In 1945 he published the book "Organisation Internationale de la Paix", arguing that an international government invested with limited powers should be established. In 1946 he initiated a conference where five Central-American states discussed the possibility of a federation. Guerrero was considered the most prominent representative of international law and arbitration. Show »
1949 Klæstad Guerrero Guerrero was nominated for his work as President of the Permanent International Court of Justice and the International Court of Justice. He was instrumental in ensuring the Court's survival of WWII. In 1945 he published the book "Organisation Internationale de la Paix", arguing that an international government invested with limited powers should be established. In 1946 he initiated a conference where five Central-American states discussed the possibility of a federation. Guerrero was considered the most prominent representative of international law and arbitration. Show »
1949 Negulesco Guerrero Guerrero was nominated for his work as President of the Permanent International Court of Justice and the International Court of Justice. He was instrumental in ensuring the Court's survival of WWII. In 1945 he published the book "Organisation Internationale de la Paix", arguing that an international government invested with limited powers should be established. In 1946 he initiated a conference where five Central-American states discussed the possibility of a federation. Guerrero was considered the most prominent representative of international law and arbitration. Show »
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