Saturday, September 5, 2015
Nominated dictators for the Nobel Peace Prize
Ahmad Saleh 8:56 AM History
These bloodthirsty were proposed to receive from the hands of the Nordic Academy corresponding Nobel Peace Prize. Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin and Benito Mussolini three spare recognizable names in the travel of the twentieth century for their horrific actions were curiously proposed to receive from the hands of the Nordic Academy corresponding Nobel Peace Prize, the most prestigious award for world peace.
When these three despots were given the award for his "peaceful" mind ran turbulent times in Europe. In fact, Stalin was nominated in 1945 and 1948, and the argument for his proposal was based on the "courageous" attitude of the Russian president to end World War II. Years before, in 1938, the bloodthirsty Hitler had been proposed with a nomination by a member of the Swedish Academy, named Brant, antifascist declared that with that unlikely proposal intended to create controversy among Swedish parliamentarians and satirical review the situation policy that existed in Europe in the thirties succeeded. In the case of "leads" Mussolini was a candidate in 1935 and the idea of proposing the award went to the faculty of the University of Giessen (Germany).
Transmitted nominations autocrats such characters, the committee of the Swedish Government did not consider worthy of such an award to any of these three historical figures that many crimes have left behind.