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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1932 Polygenis Streit Show »
1932 Spiropoulos Papanastassiou Papanastassiou was nominated for his efforts to further peace and cooperation between the Balkan states. His idea of a Balkan union was adopted by the 7th Peace Congress in Athens and Delphi in 1929. In 1930 Papanastassiou organized and presided over the first Balkan Conference in Athens and Delphi. He also advocated disarmament, the League of Nations and inter-parliamentary cooperation. Show »
1934 Bacalbassis Papanastassiou Papanastassiou was nominated for his efforts to further peace and cooperation between the Balkan states. His idea of a Balkan union was adopted by the 7th Peace Congress in Athens and Delphi in 1929. In 1930 Papanastassiou organized and presided over the first Balkan Conference in Athens and Delphi. He also advocated disarmament, the League of Nations and inter-parliamentary cooperation. Show »
1934 The Professors at the Faculty of Law at the University of Athens Papanastassiou Papanastassiou was nominated for his efforts to further peace and cooperation between the Balkan states. His idea of a Balkan union was adopted by the 7th Peace Congress in Athens and Delphi in 1929. In 1930 Papanastassiou organized and presided over the first Balkan Conference in Athens and Delphi. He also advocated disarmament, the League of Nations and inter-parliamentary cooperation. Show »
1934 Triantafyllopulos Papanastassiou Papanastassiou was nominated for his efforts to further peace and cooperation between the Balkan states. His idea of a Balkan union was adopted by the 7th Peace Congress in Athens and Delphi in 1929. In 1930 Papanastassiou organized and presided over the first Balkan Conference in Athens and Delphi. He also advocated disarmament, the League of Nations and inter-parliamentary cooperation. Show »
1934 Veniselos Kemal Show »
1935 Professors at the Faculty of Law at the University of Athens Papanastassiou Papanastassiou was nominated for his efforts to further peace and cooperation between the Balkan states. His idea of a Balkan union was adopted by the 7th Peace Congress in Athens and Delphi in 1929. In 1930 Papanastassiou organized and presided over the first Balkan Conference in Athens and Delphi. He also advocated disarmament, the League of Nations and inter-parliamentary cooperation. Show »
1936 Politis The Academy of International Law (Académie de Droit international de la Haye) Show »
1937 Oeconomos Coudenhove-Kalergi Coudenhove-Kalergi initiated, promoted and led the Pan-European Movement from the 1920s. He devoted his life to the idea of a "united states of Europe". Coudenhove-Kalergi opposed and criticized the Russian political system and in 1933 he warned about a new World War. He also initiated the Pan-European economic conference in Vienna in 1934. The nominators considered the Pan-European idea to be the axis of a new and realistic peace policy. Show »
1938 The Faculty of Law at the University of Athens (Seferiades) The Institute of International Law (Institut de Droit International) Show »
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