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Élie Ducommun

Élie Ducommun

The Nobel Peace Prize 1902
Nobel co-recipient Albert Gobat

Permanent International Peace Bureau [1910 Nobel Peace Prize]. Nobelist Passy's description: "exactitude, firmness." History Demonstrates War's Futility. Predicted, 1901: Despite modern weapons' destructiveness, wars will ebb, flow. Alfred Nobel's Contemporary.

Nobel Chairperson Løvland, "You Swiss, with your sense of life's realities, have special gift for taking ideas from realm of dreams and turning them into realities."

Books

Title:
The Probable Consequences of a European War
Author:
Élie Ducommun
Publisher:
International Arbitration and Peace Association, 1906
Length:
24 pages
Title:
A Key to the Deliberations of the Annual Peace Congresses
Author:
Élie Ducommun
Published:
1897
Length:
9 pages
Title:
The Programme of the Peace Movement
Translated by
Hogson Pratt.
Authors:
Élie Ducommmun, Hodgson Pratt
Publisher:
International Arbitration & Peace Association, 1896
Length:
10 pages
Title:
Inter Gentes: Statesmen, Diplomats, Political Thinkers Volume 7 of Schweizer in der Welt Volume 7 of Suisses dans le monde[ oclc= translated from german],
Publisher
Éditions de Penthes, 2012
ISBN:
2884746676, 9782884746670
Length:
389 Pages

About 12 pages regarding Élie Ducommmun. Info regarding about 33 persons in book.

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Name: Élie Ducommun
Birth: 19 February 1833, Geneva, Switzerland
Death: 7 December 1906, Bern, Switzerland
Residence at the time of the award: Switzerland
Role: Honorary Secretary, Permanent International Peace Bureau, Bern, Switzerland
Field: peace Movement
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