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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1925 Beichmann Weiss Weiss was nominated for his contribution to the development of international law, mainly through his extensive scientific writings on international civil law. He promoted mediation, a permanent international court of arbitration and sanctions in order to observe the rules of international law. Weiss was member of several juridical associations, including Institut de France, Institut de Droit International, and the International Court of Arbitration at The Hague. Show »
1926 Beichmann Briand
Chamberlain
Stresemann
Briand (Socialist), Chamberlain (Conservative) and Stresemann (National Liberal; largely responsible for restoring the international status of Germany) were nominated for their efforts to conclude the Locarno Pact in 1925. The Locarno Pact sought to normalize relations between Germany and its former enemies. It intended to secure peace in western Europe by eliminating the possibility of border disputes involving Germany, whereby Germany, France, Belgium, Great Britain and Italy mutually guaranteed peace in western Europe. Advocates of reconciliation and arbitration. Show »
1926 Beichmann Chamberlain
Briand
Stresemann
Briand (Socialist), Chamberlain (Conservative) and Stresemann (National Liberal; largely responsible for restoring the international status of Germany) were nominated for their efforts to conclude the Locarno Pact in 1925. The Locarno Pact sought to normalize relations between Germany and its former enemies. It intended to secure peace in western Europe by eliminating the possibility of border disputes involving Germany, whereby Germany, France, Belgium, Great Britain and Italy mutually guaranteed peace in western Europe. Advocates of reconciliation and arbitration. Show »
1926 Beichmann Stresemann
Chamberlain
Briand
Briand (Socialist), Chamberlain (Conservative) and Stresemann (National Liberal; largely responsible for restoring the international status of Germany) were nominated for their efforts to conclude the Locarno Pact in 1925. The Locarno Pact sought to normalize relations between Germany and its former enemies. It intended to secure peace in western Europe by eliminating the possibility of border disputes involving Germany, whereby Germany, France, Belgium, Great Britain and Italy mutually guaranteed peace in western Europe. Advocates of reconciliation and arbitration. Show »
1927 Beichmann The Permanent Court of Arbitration (Cour permanente d'Arbitrage) Show »
1931 Beichmann Permanent Court of International Justice (Cour permanente de justice internat.) Show »
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