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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)

81. Henri Dunant And The Founding Of The Red Cross
to that bold venture, this Christian businessman became the first person ever towin the nobel Peace Prize henri dunant had been reared in active Christian faith
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Dunant never got his water rights Swiss-born Henry Dunant needed water rights for a business venture in French-controlled Algeria. The person who could get him those rights was Napoleon III. The only problem was, Napoleon III was on the battlefield in Italy. Dunant did not let that deter him, but set out for Napoleon's headquarters at Solferino in Northern Italy. Thanks to that bold venture, this Christian businessman became the first person ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize.

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Translate this page Le Prix nobel lui fut attribué en 1901. Grâce à l'initiative du suisse JeanHenri dunant qui uin , organisa les premiers soins aux blésses autrichiens
HENRI DUNANT FONDATEUR DE LA CROIX-ROUGE Henri Dunant (Genève 1828-Heiden 1910) fit adopter la convention de Genève en 1864 et fut le principal fondateur de la Croix Rouge en 1863. Le Prix Nobel lui fut attribué en 1901. Grâce à l'initiative du suisse Jean Henri Dunant qui uin , organisa les premiers soins aux blésses autrichiens, italiens et français appellés:La Croix Rouge La Croix Rouge , est une organisation internationale humanitaire fondée par Henri Dunant à Genève après la bataille de Solferino du 24 au 27 Juin 1859, pour venir en aide aux blessés et aux victimes de la guerre. En temps de paix, elle participe à un grand nombre d'actions humanitaires. La Croix rouge a énoncé sept principes auxquels elle se tient depuis 1956. Humanité Le mouvement international de la Croix- Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge, est né du souci de porter secours sans discrimination aux blessés des champs de batailles, sous son aspect international et national, s'efforçant de prevenir et d'alléger en toutes circontances les souffrances des hommes. Il tend à protéger la vie et la santé ainsi qu'à faire respecter la personne humaine. Il favorise la compréhension mutuelle, l'amitié, la coopération et une paix durable entre tous les peuples. Impartialité Il n'y a aucune différence de nationalité, de race, de religion, de condition sociale et d'appartenance politique. Il s'applique seulement à secourir les individus à la mesure de leur souffrance et à subvenir par priorité aux détresses les plus urgentes.

84. Thank God For The Red Cross!
The Red Cross was birthed from the vision and drive of jean HenriDunant, who received the world’s first nobel Peace Prize.
Thank God for the Red Cross! -an article for the October 2001 Deep Cove Crier As New York and Washington were reeling from the unexpected tragedies on September 11th, the Red Cross flew into action, saving lives and bringing hope. Thank God for the Red Cross who time and again make a difference in times of great tragedy. Dunant returned to Geneva but was so preoccupied with what he has seen at Solferino that he wrote a book at his own expense in 1862 entitled ‘ A Memory of Solferino’. He wrote at length about the wounds and suffering he had seen and the shambles in which urgently necessary surgery was done. "Would it not be possible", he pleaded, "in time of peace and quiet to form relief societies for the purpose of having care given to the wounded in wartime by zealous, devoted and thoroughly qualified volunteers?" On August 22nd 1864, through the impetus of Dunant’s book, the historic First Geneva Convention was birthed. It provided for the alleviation of the sufferings of soldiers wounded on the battlefield. It gave neutral status to the military hospitals and medical personnel of the armies of the signing countries. As an identifying symbol, the Geneva Convention decided that these non-combatants should wear a red cross on a white field, a reversal of the colours in the Swiss national flag. In 1865 Great Britain and Canada added their names to the first ten European countries who signed the Geneva Convention treaty.

85. Geneva, Switzerland - City Of Peace Marks Centenary Of First Nobel Peace Prize T
Geneva, the city of 67 nobel Prizes, is a center of excellence and decisionmaking JeanHenri dunant biography and English translation ‘A Memory of Solferino
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City of Peace marks centenary of first Nobel Peace Prize to Henri Dunant
Geneva – inseparably associated with international peace – is marking the 100 years since the first Nobel Prize for Peace was awarded to Henri Dunant in 1901 for his efforts that led to the founding of the Red Cross. Certainly, in reading even today his vivid description of the Battle of Solferino (see web link below), one can understand what drove him to devote the rest of his life to the Red Cross. Today, Geneva has become the principal forum of world negotiation, and a natural home to intense diplomatic and networking activity, due to the numerous International Organizations and NGOs located in the Lake Geneva area, whose activities are central to human life (in matters of health, labour, humanitarian assistance, trade and development, telecommunications, environment, scientific research, intellectual property, sports, etc.). Geneva, the city of 67 Nobel Prizes, is a center of excellence and decision-making in multiple domains: The undertakings of these international organisations regularly place Geneva and its vicinity at the heart of world affairs.

86. Liens Ens. Rel.
Translate this page international de la Croix-Rouge History - Peace Prize 1917 Biography of jean HenriDunant Desmond Tutu. Desmond Mpilo Tutu Winner of the 1984 nobel Prize in

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87. Nobel Peace Prizes
1913. henri La Fontaine, 1917. International Committee of the Red Cross, 1919. ThomasWoodrow Wilson, 1957. Lester Bowles Pearson, 1958. Dominique Georges henri Pire,
Select the individual for biographical information Jean Henri Dunant and Frederic Passy Elie Ducommon and Charles Albert Gobat William Randal Cremer Institute of International Law Bertha Sophie Felicita von Suttner Theodore Roosevelt For the peace treaty between Japan and Russia Ernesto Teodoro Moneta and Louis Renault Klas Pontus Arnoldson and Fredrik Bajer Auguste Marie Francois Beernaert and Paul Henribenjamin Balluet D'Estournelles de Constant Permanent International Peace Bureau Tobias Michael Carel Asser and Alfred Hermann Fried Elihu Root Initiator of several arbitration agreements. Henri La Fontaine International Committee of the Red Cross Thomas Woodrow Wilson Leon Victor Auguste Bourgeois Karl Hjalmar Branting and Christian Lous Lange Fridtjof Nansen Originator of the Nansen passports. Austen Chamberlain and Charles Gates Dawes Aristide Briand and Gustav Stresemann Negotiators of the Locarno Treaty Ferdinand Buisson and Ludwig Quidde Frank Billings Kellogg Lars Olaf Nathan Soderblom Leader of the ecumenical movement Jane Addams and Nicholas Murray Butler Ralph Norman Angell Arthur Henderson Carl von Ossietzky Pacifist Carlos Saavedra Lamas Mediator in a conflict between Paraguay and Bolivia Edgar Algernon Robert Gascoyne Cecil Nansen International Office for Refugees International Committee of the Red Cross

88. Nobel Prize In Peace Since 1901
nobel Prize in Peace since 1901 Year, Winners. 1901, dunant, JeanHenri; Passy, Frederic. 1902, Ducommun, Elie; Gobat, Charles Albert.
Nobel Prize in Peace since 1901 Year Winners Dunant, Jean Henri; Passy, Frederic Ducommun, Elie; Gobat, Charles Albert Cremer, Sir William Randal Institute Of International Law Suttner, Bertha Sophie Felicita Von Roosevelt, Theodore Moneta, Ernesto Teodoro; Renault, Louis Arnoldson, Klas Pontus; Bajer, Fredrik Beernaert, Auguste Marie Francois; Constant, Paul Henribenjamin Balluet D'estournelles De Permanent International Bureau Asser, Tobias Michael Carel; Fried, Alfred Hermann Root, Elihu Fontaine, Henri La International Committee Of The Red Cross Wilson, Thomas Woodrow Bourgeois, Leon Victor Auguste Branting, Karl Hjalmar; Lange, Christian Lous Nansen, Fridtjof Chamberlain, Sir Austen; Dawes, Charles Gates Briand, Aristide; Stresemann, Gustav Buisson, Ferdinand; Quidde, Ludwig Kellogg, Frank Billings Soederblom, Lars Olof Nathan Addams, Jane; Butler, Nicholas Murray Angell, Sir Norman Henderson, Arthur Ossietzky, Carl Von Lamas, Carlos Saavedra Cecil, Lord Edgar Algernon Robert Gascoyne Refugees, Nansen International Office For International Committee Of The Red Cross Hull, Cordell

89. Henri Dunant
dunant,henri , Encyclopédie Microsoft® Encarta® 99. Célébrités.
Le protestantisme : pourquoi et comment ? Acceuil Catholique et Protestant Célébrités Comment être protestant ? ... E-mail HENRI DUNANT Dunant, Henri (1828-1910), est un philanthrope suisse né à Genève, fondateur de la Croix-Rouge. Préoccupé par la situation des b lessés qu'il observa à proximité du champ de bataille de Solferino, en Italie, en 1859, pendant la guerre qui opposait la France et l'Italie à la Prusse et suggéra l'établissement d'une organisation neutre pour assister les soldats blessés en temps de guerre. En 1863, une conférence eut lieu à Genève, et la convention de Genève de 1864 établit la Croix-Rouge internationale de manière permanente.(1) Les conventions de Genève La première convention concerne la protection des malades et blessés des forces armées en campagne. La 2 ème La 3 ème convention concerne le traitement des prisonniers de guerre. La 4 ème convention traite de la protection des civils Le 1 er prix Nobel de la paix a été décerné en 1901 à Henry Dunant. (1)"Dunant, Henri", Encyclopédie Microsoft® Encarta® 99.

90. Visitors For Peace: Hofstra University And Nobel Peace Prize Winners
The first nobel Prize for Peace was awarded in 1901 to jean HenriDunant and Frédéric Passy. Mikhail Gorbachev at podium, 1997.
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Hofstra University and Nobel Peace Prize Winners November 5, 2001 - February 1, 2002
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The Nobel Peace Prize The Nobel Peace Prize is one of five international prizes awarded as a result of Alfred Nobel's will. Nobel stated that the prize be given to an individual, group or institution that "... conferred the greatest benefit on mankind" during the preceding year. A committee of five persons was to be elected by the Norwegian Parliament to determine the prize-winner. The first Nobel Prize for Peace was awarded in 1901 to Jean Henri Dunant and Frédéric Passy.
Mikhail Gorbachev at podium, 1997

91. International: Italiano: Società: Strutture_Sociali: Persone: Biografie: Nobe
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92. 16 Février - Wikipedia
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94. Peace
1912, Root, Elihu. 1913, La Fontaine, henri. 1914, The prize money wasallocated to the Special Fund of this prize section. 1915, The prize
Themes History Prize Winners Nobel Prize
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