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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1913 Hanssen The Swedish Peace and Arbitration League
The Danish Peace Association
The Norwegian Peace Association
Associations that originally advocated Nordic neutrality, international peace and arbitration. The Danish Peace Association was founded by Fredrik Bajer, the Norwegian Peace Association was founded by C. Bernhard Hanssen and the Swedish Peace and Arbitration League was founded by Klas Pontus Arnoldson. The associations organized Scandinavian peace conferences. Show »
1913 Lammasch Gram
von Savornin Lohman
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1913 Lammasch von Savornin Lohman
Gram
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1914 Lammasch Gram
Zorn
Gram was a recognized scholar of international law and he often attended international arbitration courts. He was honorary member of the Institute of International Law. Zorn advocated international law and arbitration. Member of the Inter-Parliamentary Union. Represented Germany in the committee that debated the establishment of an international court of arbitration. Show »
1914 Lammasch Zorn
Gram
Zorn advocated international law and arbitration. Member of the Inter-Parliamentary Union. Represented Germany in the committee that debated the proposal of an international arbitration court. Gram was a recognized scholar of international law and he often attended international courts of arbitration. He was honorary member of the Institute of International Law. Show »
1914 Wavrinsky Lange Lange served as secretary to the Norwegian Nobel Committee from 1901 to 1909, and he played an important role in the founding and development of the Norwegian Nobel Institute that opened in 1905. He advocated peace and disarmament and he attended several international peace conferences. Lange was secretary general of the Inter-Parliamentary Union from 1909 to 1933. During WWI he moved the office of the Inter-Parliamentary Union to Oslo, in order to continue and preserve the work of the Union and to protect its records from possible wartime destruction. Show »
1915 Horst Ihlen
Wallenberg
Ihlen and Wallenberg were nominated for the Swedish-Norwegian declaration of neutrality and for the mutual agreement that neither Norway nor Sweden would adopt hostile resolutions towards each other in case of an European war. Show »
1915 Horst Wallenberg
Ihlen
Ihlen and Wallenberg were nominated for the Swedish-Norwegian declaration of neutrality and for the mutual agreement that neither Norway nor Sweden would adopt hostile resolutions towards each other in case of an European war. Show »
1915 Lammasch Gram
von Savornin Lohman
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1915 Lammasch von Savornin Lohman
Gram
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