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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1915 Moscheles Zamenhof Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Show »
1915 Pavczewski Polak Polak was Chairman of the Polish Association of Friends of Peace. Show »
1916 Lindhagen Ahlberg
Zamenhof
Ahlberg was the editor of the Ido periodical "Mondo" (Ido is an artificial language constructed by the French logician and Esperantist Louis de Beaufront). Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Show »
1916 Lindhagen Zamenhof
Ahlberg
Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Ahlberg was the editor of the Ido periodical "Mondo" (Ido is an artificial language constructed by the French logician and Esperantist Louis de Beaufront). Show »
1917 Moscheles Zamenhof Zamenhof invented Esperanto, the most important of the international artificial languages. Show »
1926 The Faculty of Law at the University of Lemberg (Dabkowski) Balzer Show »
1928 Lypacewics Polak Polak was chairman of the Polish Association of Friends of Peace. Show »
1934 Professors at the Faculty of Law at the University of Kraków Pilsudski Show »
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