Henri La Fontaine

La Fontaine, Henri (äNrēˈ läfôNtĕnˈ) [key], 1854–1943, Belgian jurist and statesman. A senator from 1894 to 1936, he headed the International Peace Bureau from 1907 and was awarded the 1913 Nobel Peace Prize. His writings on international law were extensive.

The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2012, Columbia University Press. All rights reserved.

More on La Fontaine Henri from Fact Monster:

See more Encyclopedia articles on: Law: Biographies