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  1. Jean Henri Dunant: Father of the Red Cross (Immortals) by Carol Z. Rothkopf, 1971-12-10
  2. The man in white: A novel on Jean Henri Dunant, the founder of the Red Cross by Adonias Filho, 1991
  3. Jean Henri Dunant, father of the Red Cross, (Immortals of history) by Carol Zeman Rothkopf, 1969-01-01
  4. Jean Henri Dunant: An entry from Gale's <i>Science and Its Times</i>
  5. Jean Henri Dunant : Father of the Red Cross by Carol Z. Rothkopf, 1968
  6. JEAN HENRI DUNANT Father of the Red Cross
  7. Jean Henri Dunant: Founder of the International Red Cross by Josephine Rich, 1956
  8. Schultergurtelsyndrom (Aktuelle Probleme in der Angiologie) (German Edition) by Jean Henri Dunant, 1976
  9. Henri Dunant e le origini della Croce rossa (Strenna UTET) by Jean Henri Dunant, 1979
  10. Henri Dunant: man in white by Rudolf Maria Stoiber, 1963
  11. Naissance à Genève: Ferdinand de Saussure, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Albert Gallatin, Tariq Ramadan, Henri Dunant, Gérard Zinsstag, Yves Citton (French Edition)

41. Guardian Unlimited | Today's Issues | The Nobel Prize
illustrious list of laureates have been given the nobel Peace Prize. The Red Crosswas honoured with it four times its founder, jean henri dunant, was the,6729,616285,00.html
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1. Former US president Jimmy Carter has today been honoured , from among a record 156 candidates, with the Nobel Peace Prize 2. The secretive Norwegian awards committee bestowed the award on Carter for "decades of untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts", and in particular for his brokering of the 1978 Camp David Accords between Israel and Egypt.

42. Premio Nobel De La Paz - Wikipedia
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43. Icarito 2000
Translate this page un lado, y austriacos por el otro, jean henri dunant se conmovió gran importanciahasta nuestros días, dunant se hizo en 1901, del primer Premio nobel de la
Jean Henri Dunant Salvar a nuestro mundo es una tarea indispensable planeta y la supervivencia de sus habitantes.
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44. Dunant, Jean Henri
Translate this page dunant, jean henri (1828-1910). En dépit de ce beau résultat, henri dunant mènepar la suite reçoit, avec le Français Frédéric Passy, le prix nobel de la
Dunant, Jean Henri Philanthrope suisse (Genève, 1828 — Heiden, canton d'Appenzel, 1910). Dès sa jeunesse, Henri Dunant s'inquiète du sort des malheureux. Gardant en mémoire cette vision sanglante, Henri Dunant parcourt l'Europe et suscite un tel courant d'opinion en faveur des blessés de guerre que, le 22 août 1864, la Croix-Rouge est créée. En dépit de ce beau résultat, Henri Dunant mène par la suite une existence effacée et presque misérable; il devra s'exiler en Suisse allemande, à la suite d'ennuis financiers, et c'est seulement en 1901 qu'il reçoit, avec le Français Frédéric Passy, le prix Nobel de la paix.

45. NOBEL PRIZE For Peace !
nobel Prize for Peace Acceptance Speech, Oslo, Norway, 1989 by Tenzin Gyatso,14th Baroness Bertha Sophie Felicita Von Suttner 1905; jean henri dunant 1901.

46. Royal Norwegian Embassy, Jakarta - The Nobel Peace Prize
And this year the nobel Peace Prize can commemorate its centenary. The prize wasfirst awarded in 1901, and shared between Mr jean henri dunant, the founder of

47. Former President Carter Wins Nobel Peace Prize
Recent winners of the nobel Peace Prize included United Nations SecretaryGeneral ThePeace Prize first awarded in 1901,to jean henri dunant, founder of the
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Former President Carter Wins Nobel Peace Prize October 11, 2002
For his decades of untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development, former President Jimmy Carter has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2002. Photograph courtesy the Carter Center
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Special Series Digital Lifestyles: feature by Sony EarthPulse National Geographic Out There ... Mount Everest Expedition "During his presidency (1977-1981), Carter's mediation was a vital contribution to the Camp David Accords between Israel and Egypt, in itself a great enough achievement to qualify for the Nobel Peace Prize. At a time when the Cold War between East and West was still predominant, he placed renewed emphasis on the place of human rights in international politics. "Through his Carter Center, which celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2002, Carter has since his presidency undertaken very extensive and persevering conflict resolution on several continents. He has shown outstanding commitment to human rights, and has served as an observer at countless elections all over the world. He has worked hard on many fronts to fight tropical diseases and to bring about growth and progress in developing countries. Carter has thus been active in several of the problem areas that have figured prominently in the over one hundred years of Peace Prize history.

48. Reader's Companion To Military History - - Dunant, Jean Henri
Scion of a bourgeois Geneva family, jean henri dunant was horrified by the carnageof nearly forty thousand dunant shared the first nobel Peace Prize in
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Swiss Philanthropist and Pacifist Scion of a bourgeois Geneva family, Jean Henri Dunant was horrified by the carnage of nearly forty thousand casualties he witnessed on the battlefield at Solferino, Italy, in 1859. He organized emergency care for wounded French and Austrian troops, to whom he became known as "the man in white." In a memoir published in 1862, he proposed the organization of relief societies in time of peace to care for the wounded in wartime, which led in 1864 to the foundation of the Red Cross and the drafting of the first international code of rules for war, the Geneva Convention. Neglecting his affairs, this tireless pacifist went bankrupt in 1867 campaigning against slavery, against "new and frightful weapons of destruction," and in favor of disarmament, international arbitration, humane treatment for prisoners of war, and the purchase of land in Palestine for the resettlement of Jews—well before the rise of the Zionist movement. Dunant shared the first Nobel Peace Prize in 1901 with Frédéric Passy, another Swiss. The International Red Cross, staffed by Swiss and functioning as a trusted go-between during armed conflicts, nevertheless engenders a certain amount of cynicism in Switzerland, where, in an allusion to one of the nation's principal arms exporters, it is sometimes wryly referred to as "the Oerlikon-Bürhle after-sales service."

49. Jean Henri Dunant Was Born In Geneva In 1928. He Was A Swiss
jean henri dunant was born in Geneva in 1928. He was a Swiss philanthropist who foundedthe Red Cross. As a result, he won the first nobel Peace Prize in 1901. Shalhoub/Heroes Project/Jea
Jean Henri Dunant was born in Geneva in 1928. He was a Swiss philanthropist who founded the Red Cross. As a result, he won the first Nobel Peace Prize in 1901.
To see Jean Henri's Legacy, go to the red cross website.
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50. Gé - Prix Nobel De La Paix
Translate this page Le prix nobel de la paix est attribué par le Comité nobel Norvégien, situé àOslo, en Norvège. Année, Récipiendaire. 1901, jean henri dunant (Suisse) et
Lauréats du prix Nobel de la paix Le prix Nobel de la paix est attribué par le Comité Nobel Norvégien , situé à Oslo, en Norvège. Année Récipiendaire Jean Henri Dunant (Suisse) et Frédéric Passy (France) Elie Ducommun (Suisse) et Charles Albert Gobat (Suisse) sir William Randal Cremer (Grande-Bretagne) Institut de droit international (Gand, Belgique). baronne Bertha Sophie Felicita von Suttner , née comtesse Kinsky von Chinic und Tettau (Autriche-Hongrie) Theodore Roosevelt (États-Unis) Ernesto Teodoro Moneta (Italie) et Louis Renault (France) Klas Pontus Arnoldson (Suède) et Fredrik Bajer (Danemark) Auguste Marie François Beernaert (Belgique) et Paul Henri Benjamin Balluet D'Estournelles de Constant , baron de Constant de Rebecque (France) Bureau international permanent de la paix (Berne, Suisse). Tobias Michael Carel Asser (Pays-Bas) et Alfred Hermann Fried (Autriche-Hongrie) Elihu Root (États-Unis) Henri Marie La Fontaine (Belgique) NON ATTRIBUÉ NON ATTRIBUÉ NON ATTRIBUÉ Comité international de la Croix-Rouge (Genève, Suisse). NON ATTRIBUÉ Thomas Woodrow Wilson (États-Unis) Léon Victor Auguste Bourgeois (France) Karl Hjalmar Branting (Suède) et Christian Lous Lange (Norvège) Fridtjof Nansen (Norvège) NON ATTRIBUÉ NON ATTRIBUÉ sir Joseph Austen Chamberlain (Grande-Bretagne) et Charles G.

51. Jean Henri Dunant
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52. International Biography
Year nobel PRIZE WINNERS - Peace -1901 - jean henri dunant Frederic
NOBEL Prize Winners
1901 - Jean Henri Dunant Frederic Passy
1902 - Elie Ducommun Charles Albert Gobat
1903 - Sir William R. Cremer
1904 - Institute of International Law
1905 - Baroness Bertha von Suttner
1906 - Theodore Roosevelt
1907 - Ernesto T. Moneta Louis Renault
1908 - Klas P Arnoldson Fredrik Bajer
1909 - Auguste Beernaert Paul d'Estournelles de Constant 1910 - International Peace Bureau 1911 - Tobias M. C. Asser A. H. Fried 1912 - Elihu Root 1913 - Henri La Fontaine 1917 - International Red Cross Committee 1919 - Woodrow Wilson 1920 - Leon Bourgeois 1921 - Karl Hjalmar Branting Christian L. Lange 1922 - Fridtjof Nansen 1925 - Sir Austen Chamberlain Charles G. Dawes 1926 - Aristide Briand Gustav Stresemann 1927 - F. E. Buisson Ludwig Quidde 1929 - Frank B. Kellogg 1930 - Nathan Soderblom 1931 - Jane Addams Nicholas Murray Butler 1933 - Sir Norman Angell 1934 - Arthur Henderson 1935 - Carl von Ossietzky 1936 - Carlos Saavedra Lamas 1937 - E. A. R. Cecil, Viscount Cecil

It tells us about jean henri dunant, the Founder of the International Committee of strikingthat, in their different ways, all the nobel laureates represented
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Following is the text of remarks by Secretary-General Kofi Annan at the opening of the Nobel Peace Prize 1901-2001 Centennial Exhibition, New York 4 March:
Let me express my warmest thanks to the Government of Norway and the sponsors for bringing this wonderful exhibition to New York.
For the United Nations and me, being centenary Peace Prize laureates was a singularly moving experience.
This exhibition does a fine job of explaining and illustrating the debt we owe to our predecessors both in and outside the United Nations who worked so hard and took such risks, over the past century, to save humanity from the scourge of war.
It tells us about Jean Henri Dunant, the Founder of the International Committee of the Red Cross, and indeed one of the founding fathers of humanitarian work as we still know it.
It tells us about Albert John Luthuli, the South African anti-apartheid leader who was the first African to win the Peace Prize.
It tells us about
In fact , it is striking that, in their different ways, all the Nobel laureates represented here supported the work or the ideals of the United Nations.  

54. SIDEBAR: 100 Years Of Beatitude - Christianity Today Magazine
100 Years of Beatitude nobel Peace Prize winners explicitly influenced by Christianprinciples. posted 12/1/00 1901 jean henri dunant Devoted Swiss Calvinist
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55. Candidatura De D. Baltasar Garzón Al Premio Nobel De La Paz
Translate this page 1901, jean henri dunant, Frédéric Passy. 1902, Élie Ducommun,Charles Albert Gobat. 1903, Sir William Randal Cremer. 1904, Institut
El Premio Premiados Apoyo Institucional Por Internet ... El Premio Premiados Sir William Randal Cremer Institut De Droit International (Instituto fe Derecho Internacional) Baronesa Berta, Sophie Felicita Von Suttner, nacida Condesa Kinsky Von Chinic y Tettau Theodore Roosevelt Ernesto Teodoro Moneta, Louis Renault Klas Pontus Arnoldson, Fredrik Bajer Tobias Michael Carel Asser, Alfred Hermann Fried

56. Norway To Honor Nobel Centennial
The first peace prize went to Red Cross founder jean henri dunant of Switzerlandand The peace prize is presented in Oslo, while the other nobel prizes are
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Friday, December 22, 2000
4. Norway To Honor Nobel Centennial
OSLO, Norway, December 19 (AP) Norway is inviting the world's Nobel
peace laureates to return to Oslo next year to celebrate the 100th
anniversary of the coveted prize.
Among those invited: Nelson Mandela, F.W. de Klerk, Yasser Arafat,
Shimon Peres, Mikhail Gorbachev, the Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, Lech
Walesa, Henry Kissinger and many other famous names.
``It will have to be the biggest assembly of Nobel peace laureates
ever,'' Olav Njoelstad of the Norwegian Nobel Institute in Oslo said
The first Nobel prizes were awarded in 1901. Celebrations are planned
leading up to the 2001 prize on Dec. 10, the date the prize's benefactor, Swedish industrialist Alfred Nobel, died in Like Tutu in 1984, Mandela and de Klerk won the 1993 prize for their efforts to end apartheid in South Africa. Palestinian leader Arafat shared the 1994 prize with Israeli leaders Peres and the late Yitzhak Rabin for their Middle East peace efforts. Gorbachev, the last Soviet president, won in 1990 for helping to end the

57. Swiss Science & Technology Offices In North America
jeanhenri dunant (1828-1901), Switzerland, founder of the International Committeeof the Red Cross and initiator of the Geneva Convention. nobel Prize for
Other Nobel Laureates Associated with Switzerland
  • Jean-Henri Dunant (1828-1901), Switzerland, founder of the International Committee of the Red Cross and initiator of the Geneva Convention. Nobel Prize for Peace 1901 (shared with F Passy, France)
    Elie Ducommun (1833-1906) and Charles Alhert Gohat (1843-1914), Switzerland, honorary secretaries of the International Peace Bureau in Berne. Nobel Prize for Peace 1902
    Emil Theodor Kocher (1841-1917), Switzerland, University of Berne. Nobel Prize for Medicine 1909 for his work on the physiology, pathology and surgery of the thyroid.
    International Peace Bureau (founded in 1891), Berne. Nobel Prize for Peace 1910
    International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) (founded in 1863), Geneva. Nobel Prize for Peace 1917
    Carl Friedrich Spitteler (1845-1924), Switzerland. Nobel Prize for Literature 1919 in recognition of his epic work ``Olympischer Fruehling":
    Paul Karrer (1889-1971), Switzerland, University of Zurich. Nobel Prize for Chemistry 1937 (shared with W. Haworth, United Kingdom) for his research into carotenoids, flavones and vitamins A and B2.
    International Nansen Office for Refugees (founded in 1921 by the Norwegian explorer Fridtjof Nansen), Geneva. Nobel Prize for Peace 1938

58. José Ramos Horta: Prémios Nobel
Translate this page Prémios nobel da Paz. 1901 – jean henri dunant (Suíça) / Frédéric Passy(França). 1902 – Élie Ducommun (Suíça) / Charles Albert Gobat (Suíça).
Prémios Nobel da Paz - Jean Henri Dunant (Suíça) / Frédéric Passy (França) - Élie Ducommun (Suíça) / Charles Albert Gobat (Suíça) - Sir William Randal Cremer (Grã-Bretanha) - Instituto de Direito Internacional - Baronesa Bertha von Suttner (Áustria) -Theodore Roosevelt (Estados Unidos) - Ernesto Teodoro Moneta (Itália) / Louis Renault (França) - Fredrik Bajer (Dinamarca) / Klas Pontus Arnoldson (Suécia) - Auguste Marie François Beernaert (Bélgica) / Barão Paul d'Estournelles de Constant (França) - Secretariado Internacional da Paz - Tobias Michael Carel Asser (Holanda) / Alfred Hermann Fried (Áustria) - Elihu Root (Estados Unidos) - Henri de La Fontaine (Bélgica) - Não atribuído - Não atribuído - Não atribuído - Cruz Vermelha Internacional - Não atribuído - Thomas Woodrow Wilson (Estados Unidos) - Léon Victor Auguste Bourgeois (França) - Karl Hjalmar Branting (Suécia) / Christian Lous Lange (Noruega) - Fridtjof Nansen (Noruega) - Não atribuído - Não atribuído - Charles Gates Dawes (Estados Unidos) / Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain (Grã-Bretanha) - Aristide Briand (França) / Gustav Stresemann (Alemanha) - Ludwig Quidde (Alemanha) / Ferdinand Buisson (França) - Não atribuído - Frank Billings Kellog (Estados Unidos) - Nathan Söderblom (Suécia) - Nicholas Murray Butler (Estados Unidos) / Jane Addams (Estados Unidos) - Não atribuído - Sir Norman Angell (Grã-Bretanha) - Arthur Henderson (Grã-Bretanha) - Carl von Ossietzky (Alemanha) - Carlos de Saavedra Lamas (Argentina) - Lord Cecil of Chelwood (Grã-Bretanha)

59. Post-News Educational Services -- The Nobel Prize
Afghanistan. Swiss humanitarian jean henri dunant won the first NobelPeace Prize in 1901, as founder of the Red Cross. The organization
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The Nobel Prize
In October, the Norwegian Nobel Institute announced the 2001 Nobel Prize winners for Literature, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, and Peace. The awards will be presented at a ceremony in Oslo, Sweden on Monday, December 10. This year's ceremony marks the centennial year of the Nobel Prizes, awarded to those who, in the words of founder Alfred Nobel, "have conferred the greatest benefit on mankind." The prize consists of a medal, a personal diploma, and a prize amount. In this week's online lesson you will learn about the men who were awarded Nobel Prizes for 2001, about the men and women who have been awarded prizes in the past, and about founder Alfred Nobel.
Nobel e-Museum
Begin this week's lesson by paying a visit to the Nobel e-Museum , the official web site of the Nobel Foundation which administers and manages the assets for the awarding of the Nobel Prizes. When the page opens you will see a list of the 2001 Laureates (winners) in each of the six categories. We'll get to them in a minute. First explore the links for each of the prize categories along the top navigation bar.

60. WIEM: Pacyfizm
W 1895 A. nobel ustanowil nagrode pokojowa. Powiazania. dunant jean henri,Companys I Jover Lluís, Ruch pokojowy, Wagner Elin, Pokój, wiecej ». napisz do nas losuj: has³a multimedia Polityka, Socjologia
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