Fried, Alfred H. (Alfred Hermann), 1864-1921

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Birth 1864-11-11
Death 1921-05-05

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Austrian pacifist.

From the description of Alfred Hermann Fried papers, 1914-1921. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867133

Alfred H. Fried; b. Vienna, 1864; Austrian pacifist; author; worked with Bertha von Suttner; winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, 1911; emigrated to Switzerland in 1914; d. 1921 in Vienna.

From the description of Alfred H. Fried collected papers, 1895-1918. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 86084038

Biographical Note

  • 1864, Nov. 21: Born, Vienna, Austria
  • 1892: co-founded, with Bertha von Suttner, the the pacifist periodical Die Waffen Nieder (Lay Down Your Arms), from 1899 Die Friedenswarte fuer Zwischenstaatliche Organization (The Peace Watch for International Organization)
  • 1894: Author, Friedenskatechismus (Catechism of Peace)
  • 1899: Author, Die Haager Konferenz, ihre Bedeutung, ihre Ergebnisse (The Haag Conference, its Meaning, its Results)
  • 1905: Author, Das Handbuch der Friedensbewegung (Handbook of the Peace Movement)
  • 1908: Author, Das Internationale Leben der Gegenwart (International Living in a Modern World)
  • 1910: Author, Pan-Amerika (Pan-America)
  • 1911: Winner, Nobel Peace Prize
  • 1912: Die Grundlagen des Ursaechlichen Pazifismus (The Basics of Causative Pacifism)
  • 1914: Emigrated to Switzerland
  • 1914 - 1918 : Editor, Blaetter fuer Internationale Verstaendigung und Zwischenstaatliche Organization (Papers for International Understanding and Inter-State Organization)
  • 1918: Author, Der Weltprotest Gegen den Versailler Frieden (The Global Protest Against the Versailles Treaty)
  • 1918 - 1920 : Author, Mein Kriegstagebuch (My War Diary), 4 volumes
  • 1921: Died, Vienna, Austria
  • 1925: Author, Jugenderinnerungen (Childhood Memoirs), published posthumously

From the guide to the Alfred Hermann Fried Papers, 1914-1921, (Hoover Institution Archives)


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