Jean Henri Dunant
Devoted Swiss Calvinist; founded the International Committee of the Red Cross; shared the award with Frederic Passy, French founder and president of the first French peace society.
Ernesto Teodoro Moneta
Pacifist Italian and a practicing but anticlerical Catholic; president of the Lombard League of Peace.
Thomas Woodrow Wilson
U.S. President and a Presbyterian; founder of the League of Nations.
Lars Olof Nathan (Jonathan) Söderblom
Primate of the Church of Sweden and Archbishop of Uppsala; leader of the ecumenical movement.
Methodist lay preacher from Britain; chairman of the League of Nations Disarmament Conference of 1932–34.
Lord Robert Cecil of Chelwood, Viscount
High-church Church of England writer; founder of the International Peace Campaign.
John Raleigh Mott
American; chairman of the first International Missionary Council and president of the World Alliance of Young Men's Christian Associations; promoted Christ-based student movements and associations for peace; shared the award with Emily Greene Balch, honorary international president of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
The Friends Service Council (London) & The American Friends Service Committee (Washington)
These Quaker organizations shared the award for the spirit in which they carried out postwar relief efforts and for previous peace promotion.
Alsace-born missionary surgeon; founded the Lambaréné Hospital in the Republic of Gabon.
Georges Henri Pire
Belgian Father of the Dominican Order; leader of a relief organization for refugees.
Philip J. Noel-Baker
British Member of Parliament and Quaker; devoted his life to international peace and cooperation.1
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