|Nomination for Nobel Peace Prize|
|Number:||20 - 9|
|Name:||James Thomson Shotwell|
|Profession:||Historian and diplomat|
|Country:||UNITED STATES (US)|
|Motivation:||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.|
|Name:||Lester B Pearson|
|Profession:||Minister of Foreign Affaires|
|Comments:||Also evaluated in 1927 and 1929|
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