Address given by Willy Brandt at the award ceremony for the Nobel Peace Prize (Oslo, 11 December 1971)

On 10 December 1971, in Oslo, Willy Brandt is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. In an address delivered the following day at the University of Oslo, the German Chancellor emphasises the importance of Europe for his country’s identity and development. In addition to the unification process in Western Europe, he refers to the establishment of a European partnership for peace.

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Source: BRANDT, Willy. Friedenspolitik in unserer Zeit, Vortrag des Bundeskanzlers Willy Brandt in der Universität Oslo am 11. Dezember 1971 anlässlich der Verleihung des Friedensnobelpreises. Berlin: Bundeskanzler-Willy-Brandt-Stiftung, [s.d.].

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