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Randal Cremer

The Nobel Peace Prize 1903

Co-founder, Inter-Parliamentary Union. Secretary, International Arbitration League. British Parliamentarian. World organizing. Prevent war. Founder, Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners.

Upon entering into treaties of arbitration, the disputants would have time for reflection, for while arbitrators were deliberating, passions of contending parties would cool and chances of war greatly diminished.

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WILLIAM RANDAL CREMER by Dr. Irwin Abrams, Antioch University, Yellow Springs, Ohio, USA. Inter-Parliamentary Union.

Sir Randal Cremer bio.

Title:
Author:
Howard Evans
Edition
reprint
Publisher:
BiblioBazarr, 2010
ISBN
1178070972, 9781178070972
Length:
372 pages
Subjects:
History General
Randal Cremer
Title:
Sir Randal Cremer: His Life and Work
Author:
HardPress
Publisher:
HardPress, 2013
ISBN:
1313521884, 9781313521888
Length:
376 pages
Subjects:
History General

"Thanks to the munificence of Mr. Andrew Carnegie, this high court of nations will be provided with a permanent home in a Palace of Peace". - Randal Cremer. The Peace Palace in The Hague.

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Name: William Randal Cremer
Birth: March 18, 1828 Fareham, United Kingdom
Death: July 22, 1908, London, United Kingdon
Residence at the time of the award: United Kingdom
Role: Secretary, International Arbitration League, Member, British Parliament
Field: peace movement, world organizing
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