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

Year: 1913
Number: 47-1
   
Nominee 1:  
The Norwegian Peace Association
Nordic peace association
Kristiania (Oslo)
NO (NORWAY)
   
Nominee 2:  
The Danish Peace Association
Nordic peace association
Copenhagen
DK (DENMARK)
   
Nominee 3:  
The Swedish Peace and Arbitration League
Nordic peace association
Stockholm
SE (SWEDEN)
   
Motivation: Associations that originally advocated Nordic neutrality, international peace and arbitration. The Danish Peace Association was founded by Fredrik Bajer, the Norwegian Peace Association was founded by C. Bernhard Hanssen and the Swedish Peace and Arbitration League was founded by Klas Pontus Arnoldson. The associations organized Scandinavian peace conferences.
   
Nominator:
 
Cornelius Bernhard Hanssen
M
Member of the Norwegian parliament. Member of the Nobel Committee (1913-1939).
Flekkefjord
NO (NORWAY)
   
Evaluation:
   
Evaluator 1:  
Ragnvald Moe
M
   
Comment: The nomination was one of three alternatives that Hanssen submitted to the Committee. The first alternative was a prize divided between the Danish Peace Association, the Norwegian Peace Association and the Swedish Peace and Arbitration League. The second alternative was a prize divided between Norman Angell and Carl Sundblad. The third alternative was Andrew Carnegie.
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