|Name:||Thomas Woodrow Wilson|
|Country:||US (UNITED STATES)|
|Received prize:||Pea 1919 »|
|Motivation:||Wilson advocated international law and arbitration. In January 1917 he had made an unsuccessful attempt to persuade the belligerents to end the war, calling for a "peace without victory". After the USA had entered the war, Wilson outlined his view on a post-war settlement through his "Fourteen points". These became the guiding principles for the Paris Peace Conference (1919-20), and included the establishment of the League of Nations. However, Wilson failed to obtain ratification of the Treaty of Versailles, and the USA did not join the League of Nations.|
|Name:||16 Professors of Jurisprudence at the University of Zagreb|
|Profession/Category:||Professors of Law (Jurisprudence)|
|Comment:||In 1920 Wilson received the reserved prize for 1919.
Croatia was at the time part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Yugoslavia from 1929).