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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1916 Wicksell Central Organization for a Durable Peace The organization was founded by 30 leading peace activists in 1915 in order to adjust and reorganize international peace work during war. Both neutral and belligerent countries were represented, and it advocated non-annexation, free trade, arbitration and disarmament. The organization had close connections to the Nederlandsche Anti-Oorlog Raad. The two had a division of labor where the former took care of the practical and popular work, while the latter focussed on the scientific work. Show »
1917 69 members of the Swedish parliament Nederlandsche Anti-Oorlog-Raad
The Swedish Peace and Arbitration League
Nederlandsche Anti-Oorlog-Raad was founded in 1914, as an initiative of the Dutch peace association "Vrede door Recht" in order to gather a wide range of members. The association sought to study the causes of the World War and how it could be terminated, thereby preventing future wars. Advocate of international law and arbitration and closely connected to the Central Organization for a Durable Peace. The Swedish Peace and Arbitration League was founded by Klas Pontus Arnoldson (Nobel laureate 1908). The association advocated Nordic neutrality, international peace and arbitration and organized Scandinavian peace conferences. Show »
1917 69 members of the Swedish parliament The Swedish Peace and Arbitration League
Nederlandsche Anti-Oorlog-Raad
The Swedish Peace and Arbitration League was founded by Klas Pontus Arnoldson (Nobel laureate 1908). The association advocated Nordic neutrality, international peace and arbitration and organized Scandinavian peace conferences. Nederlandsche Anti-Oorlog-Raad was founded in 1914, as an initiative of the Dutch peace association "Vrede door Recht" in order to gather a wide range of members. The association sought to study the causes of the World War and how it could be terminated, thereby preventing future wars. Advocate of international law and arbitration and closely connected to the Central Organization for a Durable Peace. Show »
1918 Adelswärd Central Organization for a Durable Peace The organization was founded by 30 leading peace activists in 1915 in order to adjust and reorganize international peace work during war. Both neutral and belligerent countries were represented, and it advocated non-annexation, free trade, arbitration and disarmament. The organization had close connections to the Nederlandsche Anti-Oorlog Raad. The two had a division of labor where the former took care of the practical and popular work, while the latter focussed on the scientific work. Show »
1918 Heilberg Nederlandsche Anti-Oorlog-Raad Nederlandsche Anti-Oorlog-Raad was founded in 1914, as an initiative of the Dutch peace association "Vrede door Recht" in order to gather a wide range of members. The association sought to study the causes of the World War and how it could be terminated, thereby preventing future wars. Advocate of international law and arbitration and closely connected to the Central Organization for a Durable Peace. Show »
1919 Heilberg Nederlandsche Anti-Oorlog-Raad Nederlandsche Anti-Oorlog-Raad was founded in 1914, as an initiative of the Dutch peace association "Vrede door Recht" in order to gather a wide range of members. The association sought to study the causes of the World War and how it could be terminated, thereby preventing future wars. Advocate of international law and arbitration and closely connected to the Central Organization for a Durable Peace. Show »
1922 Quidde de Jong van Beek en Donk
Förster
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1922 Quidde Förster
de Jong van Beek en Donk
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1924 Branting Fédération syndicale internationale Show »
1924 Grospierre Fédération syndicale internationale Show »
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