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Nobel Peace Prize, 1901-1956

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1923 Hibben Addams Addams was the co-founder and president of the Women's Peace Party (1915). In 1915 she attended the Women's Peace Conference at The Hague, and she was elected president of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace. After the conference Addams and several of the delegates went on a peace mission to the European political leaders and to the American president. Addams was elected president of the newly formed Women's International League for Peace and Freedom at the second Women's Peace Conference in 1919. Show »
1929 Munro Addams Addams was the co-founder and president of the Women's Peace Party (1915). In 1915 she attended the Women's Peace Conference at The Hague, and she was elected president of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace. After the conference Addams and several of the delegates went on a peace mission to the European political leaders and to the American president. Addams was elected president of the newly formed Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) at the second Women's Peace Conference in 1919. She presided over the 4th regular peace conference held by the WILPF in Washington in 1924. It adopted a manifesto stating that civilization can only be rebuilt on international justice, renouncing the Treaty of Versailles. It furthermore demanded democratic control over foreign policy, social peace and a stronger international organization. Show »
1929 Stendel Addams Addams was the co-founder and president of the Women's Peace Party (1915). In 1915 she attended the Women's Peace Conference at The Hague, and she was elected president of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace. After the conference Addams and several of the delegates went on a peace mission to the European political leaders and to the American president. Addams was elected president of the newly formed Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) at the second Women's Peace Conference in 1919. She presided over the 4th regular peace conference held by the WILPF in Washington in 1924. It adopted a manifesto stating that civilization can only be rebuilt on international justice, renouncing the Treaty of Versailles. It furthermore demanded democratic control over foreign policy, social peace and a stronger international organization. Show »
1936 Wertenbaker Hull Hull was nominated for his efforts to improve relations between the USA and Latin America. He initiated the Montevideo Pan-American Conference in 1933 that ratified the principle of non-intervention in other nations' internal affairs. Hull conducted a liberal foreign policy that led to the Philippine Independence Act, the Treaty of Cuba and an act to amend the Tariff Act of 1930. He supported the League of Nations' policy during the Italian-Ethiopian conflict in 1935. Show »
1950 Maritain Hutchins Hutchins worked for international understanding and for the establishment of a world government. Show »
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