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  1. Sir Austen Chamberlain. The Nobel Peace Prize 1925. Born: 16 October 1863, Birmingham, United Kingdom. Died: 16 March 1937, London, United Kingdom. Residence at the time of the award: United Kingdom. Role: Foreign Secretary, Part-originator of Locarno Pact. Prize motivation: “for his crucial role in bringing about the Locarno Treaty”.

  2. The Nobel Peace Prize 1925 Sir Austen Chamberlain Charles G. Dawes Sir Austen Chamberlain Biographical S ir Joseph Austen Chamberlain (October 16, 1863-March 17, 1937) was the eldest son of Joseph Chamberlain, the great British statesman known as the «Empire-builder» he was a half-brother of Neville Chamberlain, prime minister from 1937 to 1940.

  3. The Nobel Peace Prize 1925 was divided equally between Sir Austen Chamberlain "for his crucial role in bringing about the Locarno Treaty" and Charles Gates Dawes "for his crucial role in bringing about the Dawes Plan" Sir Austen Chamberlain and Charles Gates Dawes received their Nobel Prize one year later, in 1926.

  4. www.nobelpeaceprize.org › laureates › 19251925 - Nobel Peace Prize

    Austen Chamberlain shared the Peace Prize for 1925 with the American Charles Dawes. They received it in 1926, together with the Laureates for that year, the Frenchman Aristide Briand and the German Gustav Stresemann. The four Prizes were awarded for work aimed at ensuring peace between the arch-rivals Germany and France.

  5. The Nobel Peace Prize 1925 was divided equally between Sir Austen Chamberlain "for his crucial role in bringing about the Locarno Treaty" and Charles Gates Dawes "for his crucial role in bringing about the Dawes Plan" Sir Austen Chamberlain and Charles Gates Dawes received their Nobel Prize one year later, in 1926.

  6. The Peace Prize for 1925, reserved in that year, was awarded on December 10, 1926, half of it to Sir Austen Chamberlain, the British foreign minister, and half to Charles Gates Dawes. In Sir Austen’s case, the prize recognized his work on the Locarno Pacts of 1925. Since he was not present at the award ceremony in the Norwegian Nobel Institute at ...