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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1906 von Kemény Bajer Bajer promoted Nordic neutrality and brotherhood. He was one of the initiators and founders of the Permanent International Peace Bureau, and he was the first president of the Peace Bureau. Bajer was also member of the council of the Inter-Parliamentary Union. He organized peace work both in Denmark and internationally, both popular peace movements and parliamentary peace work. Bajer was Scandinavia's most prominent peace advocate. Show »
1911 19 Professors of Law Apponyi Apponyi promoted inter-parliamentary peace work and international arbitration. Delegate to all inter-parliamentary peace conferences since 1895 (except Brussels 1897). He initiated a proposal intended to make compulsory the establishment of pressure groups working for peace by the national inter-parliamentary groups. Apponyi had founded such a group in Hungary. Show »
1911 Zipernowsky Fried
Moch
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1911 Zipernowsky Moch
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1912 Zipernowsky Moch Show »
1912 Zipernowsky Moscheles Moscheles had been working for peace since he became a member of the Peace Association in 1878. Member of the Committee of the International Arbitration and Peace Association in 1880 and executive chairman of the Association from 1897. Promoted peace, international arbitration and pacifism. Show »
1913 von Kemeny Francis Joseph I Show »
1913 Zipernowsky Moch
Moscheles
The International Socialist Bureau
Moch worked as a pacifist journalist in "Indépendance belge" and other newspapers, and he attended most of the international peace conferences from 1897 onwards. He organized and presided over the 11th congress in Monaco 1902 and he became Chairman of the newly founded Institut international de la Paix in 1903(-1906). Moch promoted the international language Esperanto and founded an Esperanto Peace Association in 1905. Moscheles had been working for peace since he became a member of the Peace Association in 1878. Member of the Committee of the International Arbitration and Peace Association in 1880 and executive chairman of the Association from 1897. Promoted peace, international arbitration and pacifism. The Bureau was the focal point of the international labor movement. It organized international meetings where peace was an important issue. In 1911 it contributed to turn public opinion against a possible European war over the Morocco conflict. In 1912 the Bureau organized an international labor congress in Basel in order to prevent an escalation of the conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia. Show »
1913 Zipernowsky Moscheles
Moch
The International Socialist Bureau
Moscheles had been working for peace since he became a member of the Peace Association in 1878. Member of the Committee of the International Arbitration and Peace Association in 1880 and executive chairman of the Association from 1897. Promoted peace, international arbitration and pacifism. Moch worked as a pacifist journalist in "Indépendance belge" and other newspapers. He attended most of the international peace conferences from 1897. He organized and presided over the 11th congress in Monaco 1902 and became Chairman of the newly founded Institut international de la Paix in 1903(-1906). Moch promoted the international language Esperanto and founded an Esperanto Peace Association in 1905. The Bureau was the focal point of the international labor movement. It organized international meetings where peace was an important issue. In 1911 it contributed to turn public opinion against a possible European war over the Morocco conflict. In 1912 the Bureau organized an international labor congress in Basel in order to prevent an escalation of the conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia. Show »
1913 Zipernowsky The International Socialist Bureau
Moscheles
Moch
The Bureau was the focal point of the international labor movement. It organized international meetings where peace was an important issue. In 1911 it contributed to turn public opinion against a possible European war over the Morocco conflict. In 1912 the Bureau organized an international labor congress in Basel in order to prevent an escalation of the conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia. Moscheles had been working for peace since he became a member of the Peace Association in 1878. Member of the Committee of the International Arbitration and Peace Association in 1880 and executive chairman of the Association from 1897. Promoted peace, international arbitration and pacifism. Moch worked as a pacifist journalist in "Indépendance belge" and other newspapers, and he attended most of the international peace conferences from 1897 onwards. He organized and presided over the 11th congress in Monaco 1902 and he became Chairman of the newly founded Institut international de la Paix in 1903(-1906). Moch promoted the international language Esperanto and founded an Esperanto Peace Association in 1905. Show »
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