Nobel Peace Prize

People with Nobel Peace Prize

People

Name Title
Juan Manuel Santos President of Colombia
Barack Obama American politician 44th President of the United States
John F. Kennedy 35th President of the United States
Al Gore 45th Vice President of the United States
Wilhelm II German Emperor And King Of Prussia
Adolfo Pérez Esquivel Recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1980
André Weiß German footballer
Martin Luther King, Jr. Political activist
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk Turkish Politician
Charles Braibant French Archivist And Novelist
Wangari Muta Maathai Politician
Pope Paul VI Italian pope
Winston Churchill English statesman and author best known as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Donald Trump 45th president of the U.S. Businessman television personality
Andrew Carnegie American businessman and philanthropist
Adolf Hitler Führer of the National Socialist German Workers Party; Reichskanzler of Germany
Nils Claus Ihlen Norwegian politician
Charles G. Dawes United States Army general
Élie Ducommun Swiss activist
Alejandro Álvarez Chilean professor of international law/judge:International Court of Justice
Norman Bentwich barrister and legal academic
Pope Pius XI Pope of the Roman Catholic Church
William Howard Taft American president lawyer jurist
Menachem Begin Polish Jewish head of the Zionist underground group the Irgun Nobel Peace Prize laureate and the first Likud Prime Minister of Israel
Andrew W. Cordier American political scientist
René Cassin French jurist
Adolfo López Mateos President of Mexico (1958 to 1964)
Alberto Lleras Camargo Colombian politician
Albert I of Belgium King of Belgium
Karl Kautsky German philosopher
Dag Hammarskjöld Secretary-General of the United Nations
Abraham Vereide Norwegian methodist clergy
Norman Bor American Biologist
Norman Borlaug Agronomist
Lionel George Curtis British Official And Writer
Liu Xiaobo Chinese intellectual and human rights activist
Danilo Dolci Author sociologist social activist
Félix Kir French politician
Alfred Ploetz German physician
Alexander de Savornin Lohman Dutch politician
Charles Evans Hughes American judge
Eva Perón Actress and First Lady of Argentina
Östen Undén Swedish politician
Howard A. Rusk American scientist
William Tubman Liberian politician 19th president of Liberia
Belva Ann Lockwood Suffragist
Moina Michael American Academic
Vespasian Pella Romanian jurist
Maxim Litvinov Soviet diplomat
Andrei Sakharov Soviet nuclear physicist
Pierre Laval French politician
Walther Schücking German politician
Kim Dae-jung South Korean president
Sean Mac DJ
Giovanni Papini Italian writer
Frank Laubach Missionary
André Lalande French general
Cyrus Eaton Entrepreneur
Mike Pearson Twitter Star
Nathan Söderblom Swedish clergyman
Hermann Gmeiner Austrian philanthropist
Albert Apponyi Hungarian politician
Désiré-Joseph Mercier Roman-Catholic Cardinal
D. T. Suzuki Writer philosopher and translator
Hodgson Pratt British civil servant
Alfonso XIII of Spain King of Spain
Warren G. Harding American president businessman
Adolf Damaschke German economist and politician
Pius XI
Charles Maurin French painter
Lotta Hitschmanova Canadian humanitarian
Nadia Murad Activist
Pietro Gasparri Catholic cardinal
Cyrus S. Eaton American businessman
Frédéric Passy French economist and statesman
Louis B. Sohn American legal scholar
J.william Fulbright Politician
David Trimble Northern Irish politician
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Indian philosopher and statesman
Carlos Ibáñez del Campo President of Chile
Peter Rochegune Munch Historian politician
Frank Ross McCoy United States Army general
Nicholas II Emperor
Andreo Cseh Hungarian-Dutch priest and Esperantist
Andrey Lyapchev
Linus Pauling American biochemist and theoretical chemist anti-nuclear testing campaigner Nobel laureate
Carrie Lane Pop Singer
Seán MacBride Irish politician and human rights activist
Ferdinand Buisson
William Thomas Stead British journalist
Felix Kersten Finnish masseur
Nicholas Murray Butler
Adlai Stevenson II American diplomat
Elie Wiesel Activist
Clarence Streit American journalist
Cândido Rondon Brazilian explorer
Olave Baden-Powell
Moisés Vieites Cuban lawyer
Nobusuke Kishi Japanese politician
Alfred H. Love American politician
John Westlake British politician
Wilhelmina of the Netherlands Queen of the Netherlands
Gilbert Murray British scholar
Selassie I Haile
Émile Arnaud French lawyer/notary/writer
Beniamino Bufano American artist
Clement Attlee British politician Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1945–51
Martin Buber Austrian-Jewish philosopher translator and educator
Alfred Eckhard Zimmern British academic
Adam Rapacki Polish politician
Richard Nikolaus von Coudenhove-Kalergi Austrian politician
Robert Debré French physician
Robert H. Jackson American judge
Frank B. Kellogg American politician
Martin Niemöller President Evangelical Church in Hesse and Nassau (1945–1961) President World Council of Churches (1961–1968)
William O. Douglas United States federal judge
Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo Roman Catholic bishop
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
David Starr Jordan President of Stanford University
Clement Davies British politician
Mohammad Reza Pahlavi Second Iranian Shah of the Pahlavi dynasty
Martti Ahtisaari Former President of Finland (1994–2000) and a UN diplomat and mediator
Theodor Adelswärd
Nikolaos Politis Greek diplomat
Carl Lindhagen Swedish politician
Francesco Saverio Nitti
Frank Porter Graham Historian and politician
Herbert Henry Lehman
Richard Bartholdt American politician
Lester B. Pearson 14th Prime Minister of Canada (1963–1968)
Natanael Beskow Swedish theologian
Carrie Chapman Catt Social Reformer Suffragist
Karl Renner President of Austria
Cordell Hull American politician
Carlos Saavedra Lamas Argentine politician
Felix Moscheles British artist
F. W. de Klerk State President of South Africa
John Hume Irish politician
José Gustavo Guerrero Salvadoran diplomat and judge
Giuseppe Antonio Borgese Italian writer
André Trocmé Pastor pacifist hid Jews during World War II Righteous among the Nations
Pierre Cérésole Swiss engineer
Aryamehr Reza Pahlavi
Robert Maynard Hutchins philosopher and university president
Nicholas II of Russia Tsar of Russia
Hermann Kantorowicz German jurist
Denis Mukwege
Aga Khan III Politician
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Raoul Wallenberg Politician
Alfonso García Robles Mexican diplomat and politician
Frank Buchman Evangelical theologist
Victor Basch
Salvador de Madariaga Spanish diplomat politician and writer
Vinoba Bhave Indian human rights activist
Yasser Arafat President of the Palestinian Authority
Carl von Ossietzky German journalist political activist
José Ramos-Horta Prime Minister of East Timor
Alfred Hermann Fried Austrian journalist and pacifist
Étienne Clémentel French politician
Brock Chisholm Doctor and soldier
Werenfried van Straaten Dutch priest and activist
Lucia True Ames Mead
Norman Angell British politician
Georges Scelle French judge
John Theodor Lund Norwegian politician
Christian Lous Lange Norwegian historian and political scientist
Nicholas Roerich Russian academic and artist
Paul VI
Juan Domingo Perón World Leader
Charles Albert Gobat Swiss politician and lawyer
Robert Cecil
Alva Myrdal Swedish sociologist and politician
Carlos P. Romulo American politician
Quincy Wright American political scientist
Paul Geheeb
Vincent Auriol President of France
Albert Schweitzer German theologian musician philosopher and physician
Alexandra Kollontai Soviet diplomat
Pau Casals Actor
John Mott Religious Leader
Betty Williams Film producer
Mother Teresa Actor
Max Huber Actor
Willy Brandt German politician Chancellor of West Germany
David Lloyd George Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Édouard Herriot French Radical politician
Max Reinhardt Theatre director Actor
Norman Cousins American journalist
Bertrand Russell philosopher logician and mathematician
Vyacheslav Molotov Soviet diplomat
Pierre Mendès France
Benito Mussolini Prime-Minister and fascist dictator of Italy
Norman Thomas Minister Socialist candidate
Bertha von Suttner Austro-Hungarian writer
Neville Chamberlain Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1937 to 1940
Nelson Mandela South African politician and anti-apartheid fighter President of South Africa (1994–1999)
Leo Tolstoy Writer
George Marshall Politician and United States Army general
Drew Pearson Actor
Tenzin Gyatso Actor
Luise Druke International relations expert
Paul Desjardins Canadian football player
John Hay Union Army officer
Gordon Gilkey American artist
James Henry George Chapple Salvation Army officer Presbyterian minister Unitarian minister pacifist controversialist
Arthur Henderson (baseball) Negro League Baseball player
Joseph Stalin Dictator of the Soviet Union (1927–1953)
Helen Keller American author and activist
Otfried Nippold German-Swiss jurist and pacifist
Stephen Galatti Director General of AFS
J. H. Morgan British Army general
Herbert Spencer (graphic designer) British graphic designer
Enrico Bignami
E. Stanley Jones American theologian
Harry S. Truman thirty-third President of the United States
Mahendra Pratap Indian activist and journalist
Paul Fauchille
Eugen Relgis Romanian academic
Hans Jacob Horst Norwegian politician
Augusto Pierantoni
Emery Reves Hungarian publisher
James Brown Scott American legal scholar
Grenville Clark
Josué de Castro Brazilian physician writer and activist against world hunger
Arthur Griffith (Australian politician) Australian politician
Joseph Needham British biochemist
Dick Sheppard (footballer) English footballer
Michael Blümelhuber Austrian artist
Manley Ottmer Hudson lawyer for public international law
Hans Thirring Austrian physicist
Rafael Erich Finnish politician
Elis Strömgren Danish astronomer
Edward Price Bell
Henri Rolin Belgian politician
Elisabeth Rotten Swiss academic
James Warburg American banker
Dionisio Anzilotti Italian jurist/judge of the Permanent Court of International Justice
Arne Geijer Swedish trade unionist
Heinrich Lammasch Austrian politician
Jules Moch (French Army officer)
Ernest Nys Belgian lawyer and scholar
Eduard Fimmen Dutch trade unionist
Eisaku Satō (governor) Japanese politician
Raphael Armattoe Ghanian politician
Mahatma Gandhi Nonviolent political leader during Indian independence and Hindu reformer
Kailash Satyarthi Indian activist
Alfons Gorbach Austrian politician
Jimmy Carter (boxer) American boxer
Vladimir Putin 2nd President of the Russian Federation
Józef Piłsudski Polish revolutionary statesman independence fighter Field Marshal first Chief of State and leader of the Second Polish Republic and leader of its armed forces
Józef Retinger Polish diplomat
Elihu Root American politician
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf President of Liberia
Elsa Brändström Swedish nurse
Emily Greene Balch Economist
Erich Maria Remarque German novelist
Ernesto Teodoro Moneta
Estanislao Zeballos Argentine politician
Eugene V. Debs U.S. labor and political leader
Theodore Roosevelt 26th President of the United States
Tobias Asser Dutch lawyer and legal scholar
Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk First President of Czechoslovakia
Louis Renault (industrialist) French racing driver French businessman
Louis St. Laurent 12th Prime Minister of Canada (1948-1957)
Ludwig Quidde German politician
Luigi Luzzatti Italian statesman and economist
Luis María Drago Argentine politician
Lyndon B. Johnson President of the United States
Mairead Maguire Social activist
Maksim Kovalevsky Russian sociologist
Malala Yousafzai Pakistani child activist
Guglielmo Ferrero Italian historian and writer
Gunnar Myrdal Swedish economist
Gustav Adolf Deissmann
Gustav Stresemann German politician
Gustave Moynier
H. V. Evatt Australian jurist politician and writer
Woodrow Wilson 28th President of the United States
Yitzhak Rabin Israeli politician
Zeth Höglund Swedish politician
Franz Jonas President of Austria
Franz Joseph I of Austria Emperor of Austria King of Hungary
Fredrik Bajer Danish politician
Fridtjof Nansen Norwegian explorer
Friedrich Martens Estonian diplomat
Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze German philosopher
Fritz von Unruh German writer
Gabriel Hanotaux French historian and stateman
Gabriel Terra President of Uruguay
Galo Plaza President of Ecuador
Gaston Moch Esperantist and Soldier
Paul-Henri-Benjamin d'Estournelles de Constant French politician
Paul-Henri Spaak Belgian politician
Paul Hymans Belgian politician
Paul P. Harris
Paul de Smet de Naeyer Belgian politician
Paul of Greece King of Greece
Desmond Tutu South African churchman politician archbishop Nobel Prize winner
Dominique Pire
Doris Twitchell Allen Psychologist
Rosika Schwimmer Hungarian activist
Miguel Alemán Valdés President of Mexico (1946 - 1952)
Mikhail Gorbachev leader of the Soviet Union
Toyohiko Kagawa Japanese politician
Trygve Lie Norwegian politician first United Nations Secretary-General
U Thant secretary General of the United Nations
Urbain Gohier Anti-Semitic and pro-Nazi writer
Urho Kekkonen Finnish politician Prime Minister and President
Sergei Witte Prime Minister of Russian Empire
Shibusawa Eiichi Japanese noble
Shigeru Yoshida Prime minister of Japan
Shimon Peres Israeli politician
Shirin Ebadi Iranian lawyer and human rights activist
Sonja Biserko Serbian human rights activist
Stanley Bruce Australian politician
Hans Kelsen Legal theorist
Hans Luther German diplomat
Harry Graf Kessler German writer
Hellmut von Gerlach German politician
Henri Bonnet French diplomat
Henri La Fontaine Belgian lawyer Nobel Peace Prize recipient
Henrietta Szold American Zionist
Henry Dunant Inspiration for Red Cross and first Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
Henry Kissinger United States Secretaries of State National Security Advisor
Herbert Hoover American president businessman engineer
Klas Pontus Arnoldson Swedish politician
Knut Agathon Wallenberg Swedish politician
Kofi Annan United Nations Secretary-General
Konrad Adenauer Chancellor of Germany
Léon Bourgeois
Léon Jouhaux French activist
Léon Walras French economist
L. L. Zamenhof Inventor of Esperanto
Le Duc Tho Vietnamese diplomat
Lech Wałęsa President of Poland
Margaret Sanger American women's rights activist
Maria Montessori Italian physician and educator
Marie Elisabeth Lüders German politician
Jan Antonín Baťa Czech shoe manufacturer
Jan Gotlib Bloch
Jan Tinbergen Dutch economist
Jane Addams American activist and pacifist
Jawaharlal Nehru 1st Prime Minister of India
Dwight D. Eisenhower United States general and President
E. D. Morel British politician
Edvard Beneš 2nd President of Czechoslovakia
Edward Snowden System administrator
Eglantyne Jebb British saint
Eleanor Roosevelt First Lady of the United States
Jody Williams American teacher and aid worker
Johann Martin Schleyer Creator of Volapuk
John Bassett Moore American diplomat
John Foster Dulles United States Secretary of State
John Maynard Keynes British economist
Joseph Paul-Boncour
Joseph Rotblat Polish-born British-naturalised physicist
Josip Broz Tito Yugoslav president
Juho Kusti Paasikivi 7th President of Finland
Jules Rimet a founders of association football institution
Justin Godart French Righteous Among the Nations
Augusto B. Leguía Peruvian Prime Minister
Aung San Suu Kyi nonviolent pro-democracy activist
Austen Chamberlain British politician

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