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in Peace, 1901-1956

Year: 1929
Number: 2-1
   
Nominee:  
Count Albert Apponyi
M
1846
1933
Member of the Hungarian parliament. Former Cabinet Minister
Budapest
HU (HUNGARY)
   
Motivation: 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. He represented Hungary in the Council of the League of Nations in 1925, and was an advocate for disarmament.
   
Nominator:
 
The professors at the Faculty of Law at the Elisabeth University of Pécs
Professors of Law
The Elizabeth University of Pécs
Pécs
HU (HUNGARY)
   
Evaluation: No
   
Comment: Apponyi was on the short list, but no new evaluation was requested.
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