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Nobel prizewinners for peace who were born or died in London

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The politician Viscount Cecil of Chelwood (he was the son of the Prime Minister Marquis of Salisbury) was born as Robert Cecil in London in 1864 and won the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1937.

Viscount Cecil of Chelwood



The politician Philip Noel-Baker was born in London in 1889 and died there in 1982. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1959 and wrote the books "Disarmament" and "The Arms Race".



In 1908 the pacifist (William) Randall Cremer died in London. He had been the first Englishman to win the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1903. He was a trade unionist and founded the Workmen's Peace Association.



The politician Arthur Henderson died in 1935 in London. He had won the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1934. A proponent of disarmament he was president of the World Disarmament Conference and was involved in the setting up of the League of Nations in 1919 (a forerunner to the United Nations).

Arthur Henderson



The politician (and half-brother of the Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain) Austen Chamberlain died in London in 1937. He had shared the Nobel Prize for Peace with Charles G. Dawes in 1925 for their negotiating of the Locarno Pact.

Austen Chamberlain



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