|Profession/Category:||Secretary of State (1933-44).|
|Country:||US (UNITED STATES)|
|Received prize:||Pea 1945 »|
|Motivation:||Hull was nominated for his efforts to improve relations between the USA and Latin America. He encouraged détente and a spirit of peace on the American continent through his Pan-American policy, the so-called "Good Neighbor Policy". Hull also made efforts to establish a liberal economic policy and to remove international trade restrictions.|
|Name:||The Bolivian Government|
|Profession/Category:||Members of government|
|Comment:||The nomination was submitted by the Bolivian chargé d'affaores in London on behalf of the Bolivian Foreign Minister (his name was illegible).