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1931 - An excellent book (one of the first) on the international peace movement 1815-1914 is A. Cooper, "Patriotic pacifism: Waging war on war in Europe, 1815-1914." This web page was compiled (beginning in September 2010) to learn about the international peace conferences of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Beales, "The history of peace: A short account of the organised movement for international peace," The Dial Press, New York, pp. 1991 - Equally excellent and covering much the same ground, but using more archival materials, and with new perspectives, is Sandi E.
April 11, 1814 - "The Treaty of Fontainebleau was established in Fontainebleau (France) between Napoleon I [1769-1821] & representatives from the Austrian Empire, Russia & Prussia.
It was signed in Paris on 11 April, by the plenipotentiaries of both sides & ratified by Napoleon on 13 April.
-- Today's peace movement has no international structure under which anything like the "universal" peace conferences of the 19th and early 20th centuries could be organized.
-- Aside from some of the halls in which peace conference took place (and three museums in Switzerland), very few monuments were created to perputuate the memory of peace conferences.
The ethical pacifism of these first societies was later strengthened by ideas emanating from France which saw international law as an alternative to wars and as a way to solve international conflicts." -- From Santi (1991) & Andr Durand (1996)."Conference Tables in History" from Stoneline Designs Conference Table Blog. (1931), "The History of Peace: A Short Account of the Organized Movements for International Peace," G. Click here for monuments related to peace treaties. May 22, 1787 - Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade, London (England)."Monuments Related to World Federalism and/or World Goverment" on this web site. Also called Society for the Abolition of the Slave Trade.-- Since World War II, there has been a plethora of so-called peace conferences, congresses, and festivals (and of official government conferences), but very few privately organized peace conferences have been able to sustain themselves for more than a few years.One exception is the Pugwash Conference on Science & World Affairs which began in 1957 and still meets annually.