Nobel Voices for Disarmament 1901-2001 (CD-ROM)
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In the face of historically unparalleled violence during the 20th century, voices of reason unceasingly advocated for peace and disarmament. Alfred Nobel created the Nobel Peace Prize in 1901 to honor such advocacy. In this collection of archival and new spoken word recordings, Nobel laureates and other proponents of peace remind us of their profound efforts on behalf of world peace
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