|Name:||Sir Joseph Austen Chamberlain|
|Profession/Category:||Foreign Secretary (1924 - 1929).|
|Country:||GB (UNITED KINGDOM)|
|Received prize:||Pea 1925 »|
|Name:||Aristide Pierre Henri Briand|
|Profession/Category:||Jurist and journalist. Member of parliament. Prime Minister. Foreign Minister|
|Received prize:||Pea 1926 »|
|Motivation:||Briand and Chamberlain were nominated for their efforts to conclude the Pact of Locarno in 1925. Proponents of reconciliation, arbitration and negotiation.
The Pact of Locarno 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.
|Profession/Category:||Advisor to the Norwegian Nobel Committee.|
|Comment:||Keilhau suggested that the prize for 1926 was divided between Briand and Chamberlain, while the reserved prize for 1925 was divided between Luther and Stresemann.
The reserved prize for 1925 was divided between Charles Dawes and Chamberlain.
The prize for 1926 was divided between Briand and Stresemann.