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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  
1902 Alexeieff Kamarowsky Show »
1911 Bohiuskoy Tyszkiewicz Tyszkiewicz was the founder and president of the Kiev Peace Association. Show »
1912 Members of the Russian Inter-Parliamentary Group Kovalevsky Kovalevsky produced a number of scientific works on legal history. Promoted peace, humanity and democracy. Initiated and presided over the St.Petersburg Peace Association. Show »
1914 Ivanov Tscheschichin Tscheschichin drafted the new international language "Reform Esperanto" ("Nepo"). Show »
1915 Pavczewski Polak Polak was Chairman of the Polish Association of Friends of Peace. Show »
1923 Nolde Hughes Hughes was nominated for his work as Secretary of State during Warren Harding's presidency. The latter initiated the Washington Conference on Limitation of Armaments, over which Hughes presided. The treaties on disarmament at sea adopted by the conference were later ratified by the US Congress. In 1923 Hughes initiated a policy that led to the Dawes Commission, and he advocated US entry to the Permanent International Court of Arbitration. Hughes was president of the "American Bar Association" and he had been member of the US Supreme Court (1910-1916). Show »
1934 Nolde The Academy of International Law (Académie de Droit international de la Haye) Show »
1937 Nolde The Academy of International Law (Académie de Droit international de la Haye) Show »
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