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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1952 Klebansky Geheeb Nominated for having founded a reform school in Heidelberg in 1910 and later after moving to Switzerland a simular school there; Ecole d'Humanité. Show »
1952 MacKenzie Parson
St. Laurent
No motivation in the nomination letter from N.A.M. MacKenzie Show »
1952 MacKenzie St. Laurent
Pearson
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1952 Pearson Shotwell Shotwell had worked for peace since he began working for the Carnegie Endowment. His major contribution was to edit the 150-volume "Economic and Social History of the World Wars", aimed at elucidating the economic effects of modern war. He served as an adviser to President Wilson in 1917, mainly on the political and historical aspects of potential postwar problems and he was a delegate to the Versailles Peace Conference. He contributed to the Geneva Protocol and to the Briand-Kellogg Pact. Show »
1953 Klebansky Geheeb Nominated for having founded a reform school in Heidelberg in 1910 and later after moving to Switzerland a simular school there; Ecole d'Humanité. Show »
1954 Cornell Swettenham For his book "The Tragedy of the Baltic States" and his work in a D.P. camp. Show »
1954 Several member of Parliament Buchman Buchmann was nominated for his peace efforts, especially his work in the Moral Rearmament movement. He founded the movement in 1920s as the Oxford Group. It based its teaching on the Four Absolutes" (honesty, purity, unselfishness, love). Later, as the MRA (1938), it became more involved in political and social issues, particularly during the Cold War period when its anticommunist orientation found a receptive climate. Show »
1954 Several members of Parliament Buchman Buchmann was nominated for his peace efforts, especially his work in the Moral Rearmament movement. He founded the movement in 1920s as the Oxford Group. It based its teaching on the Four Absolutes" (honesty, purity, unselfishness, love). Later, as the MRA (1938), it became more involved in political and social issues, particularly during the Cold War period when its anticommunist orientation found a receptive climate. Show »
1955 Robertson Streit Streit was nominated for his work for cooperation in Europe. Show »
1956 Cooper International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) For the men and women, unnumbered and unamed, who have devoted themselves, and sometimes theor lives, to foster civil aviation as an instrument of communication, understanding, and peace among the nations of the world. Show »
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