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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1904 Hall Statham Show »
1907 Reinhold Strawson Strawson had discovered "the true nature of money". Show »
1915 Tunnecliffe Worsley Show »
1935 Payne Evershed Evershed wrote extensively on peace to promote fraternity of nations, peace congresses and means to abolish the war-thought. He had initiated and was a member of the Tasmanian branch of the League of Nations, and he actively promoted the League of Nations in Australia. Show »
1937 Lyons Bruce Bruce promoted peace and goodwill in international politics, and he expounded the ideals of the Australian people when he represented Australia at various international conferences. He was Prime Minister 1923 to 1929, and Australia's representative to the Council of the League of Nations for three years. He was appointed Australian Resident Minister in London 1932, and High Commissioner from 1933. Show »
1937 Payne Evershed Evershed wrote extensively on peace to promote fraternity of nations, peace congresses and means to abolish the war-thought. He had initiated and was a member of the Tasmanian branch of the League of Nations, and he actively promoted the League of Nations in Australia. Show »
1951 Drakeford Buchmann Buchmann was nominated for his peace efforts, especially his work in the Moral Rearmament movement. He founded the movement in 1920s as the Oxford Group. It based its teaching on the Four Absolutes" (honesty, purity, unselfishness, love). Later, as the MRA (1938), it became more involved in political and social issues, particularly during the Cold War period when its anticommunist orientation found a receptive climate. Show »
1952 McCallum de Madariaga y Rojo Madariaga was nominated for his leadership of the disarmament section of the Secretariat of the League of Nations (1922-28), and for serving as Spanish representative to the League of Nations Assembly and Council. Madariaga contributed to secure peace through his contribution to the development of the juridical principles of the League. Show »
1953 Calwell Buchman Buchmann was nominated for his peace efforts, especially his work in the Moral Rearmament movement. He founded the movement in 1920s as the Oxford Group. It based its teaching on the Four Absolutes" (honesty, purity, unselfishness, love). Later, as the MRA (1938), it became more involved in political and social issues, particularly during the Cold War period when its anticommunist orientation found a receptive climate. Show »
1953 Stone Evatt For his work in United Nations Show »
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