BERTHA VON SUTTNER, born in 1843 in Prague, died in 1914
in Vienna, founded the Society of the Friends of Peace
(Gesellschaft der Friedensfreunde) in
Austria and was the vice-president of the international
Peace Bureau (Friedensbüro) in Bern.
In 1905 she received the Nobel Peace Prize.
She was an early model for the German women's movement.
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