Johannes Ude

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Johannes Ude (1874-1965), an Austrian priest and university professor who earned doctorates in theology, philosophy, economics, and the natural sciences, wrote more than 150 books and pamphlets. A prominent figure in the international pacifist movement, he was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize twelve times--once by Albert Schweitzer. In the more than four thousand speeches he gave throughout Europe, he emphasized that providing for a dignified existence for every human being is a prerequisite for peace. For this and other views he was imprisoned under Hitler.

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