Peace Monuments Around the World
(& Notable Peacemakers)
This is the home page. To navigate the many other pages of this website:
page down & choose a link
to one of >400 web pages.
OR enter name, location or other key words into this powered search engine (click x to clear):
This home page has three parts:
TOPICAL WEB PAGES
Links to encyclopedias, other articles,
slides shows, etc.
Links to peace monuments around the world.
Grouped by theme, location & date.
More than 1,000 notable peacemakers.
Also peace monument artists.
TOPICAL WEB PAGES
This web page is a timeline which integrates as never before the lives & works of Robert Owen, Frances Wright & their key associates.
Neither Owen nor Wright achieved their specific goals -- the abolition of private property & religion -- survival of the New Harmony
cooperative in the case of Owen -- & self-sufficiency for former slaves in the case of Wright. But Owen & Wright each played leading roles
in the cutting edge debates of their day, and both helped set in motion economic & social reforms which, over time, have led to vast improve-
ments in education, in labor, in race relations, & in the role which rationalism & science have come to play in our modern society.
Two new side-by-side tables. One table lists countries.
The other table lists more than 60 selected themes (peace movements, organizations, etc.).
Both tables facilitate instant access to the many web pages of this website.
Click here to see the new tables.
NEW - Here are 24 flags used to symbolize Peace. Click here for their history.
"International Handbook on Tourism and Peace"
Edited by Cordula Wohlmuther & Werner Wintersteiner.
Published by Centre for Peace Research and Peace Education of the Alpen-Adria Klagenfurt Universitat/Austria
in cooperation with the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).
Distributed by Drava Verlag/Zalozba Drava GMBH, 9020 Klagenfurt/Celovec, Austria, price 28.80 Euros.
Launched in Vienna, Austria, 29 January 2014, & at United Nations Headquarters, New York City, 13 June 2014.
Includes "Peace as a Destination: Peace Tourism around the World" by Edward W. Lollis, pp. 294-309.
NEW - Click here for PDF file containing the full text of the entire 387-page book.
NEW - Click here for a draft of the 16-page chapter by Edward W. Lollis.
NEW - Click here for peace trail from Newport, Kentucky (USA), to Windsor, Ontario (Canada).
"Monumental Beauty: Peace Monuments and Museums Around the World"
Our new 75-page book is now available from Bookstand Publishing, amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, & other on-line booksellers around the world.
Publishers suggested retail prices: Hardbound - $44.00. Softcover - $22.00. Kindle, Nook & other eBook formats - $9.99.
Click here for more information.
These pages are a feast for the eyes. Peruse them quickly or slowly. Either way, you will marvel at the beauty, the creative genius, and the legacies of peace which the constructors of peace monuments and museums have bestowed on us, their heirs. // Peace monuments and museums celebrate the end of war and the expectation of peace and prosperity. They express peaceful human aspirations such as justice, tolerance, and reconciliation. // They celebrate such achievements as the abolition of slavery, women's suffrage, defeat of tyrannical and murderous regimes, declaration of human rights, respect for conscientious objectors, end of apartheid, non-use of nuclear weapons, racial integration, recognition of international interdependence, reconciliation of divided nations, and struggle for gender equality. // Unfortunately, peace monuments and museums are largely underappreciated because they are overwhelmed by the vastly superior number of war monuments and museums everywhere in the world. // This is the first book to reveal the beauty, the variety, and the meanings of peace monuments and museums. Arranged chronologically, it shows a selection of 416 peace monuments and museums from 70 countries and from all eras as far back as the Greeks and Romans. // Fortunately, more peace monuments and museums are being constructed today than ever before. This creates yet another reason to study the past -- so we can know better how to build our own peace monuments and museums. What peace achievements and events do we want to memorialize? What legacies of peace do we want to bestow on future generations?
NEW - Click here for 70 selected peace monuments in North America (one in each of the 50 States, 10 Provinces & 9 Territories of the USA & Canada + Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon of France). Illustrates the variety & wide geographic distribution of peace monuments, even in areas of very small population. Click here for a report on a 6-day Trip to the Netherlands, Germany & Poland, September 2-7, 2013, including visits to 22 peace monuments in & near the Peace Palace in The Hague, 23 peace monuments in Berlin & 10 peace monuments elsewhere.
Click here for a report on a 19-day Trip to Canada, August 6-24, 2012, including seven photo galleries of peace monuments & other sights in Indiana, Windsor & Toronto, Ottawa, Montréal & Québec City, North Shore of the St. Lawrence River, Gaspé Peninsula, & Upstate New York. This website is named SITE OF THE MONTH. Click here for notice in Foreign Service Journal, vol. 89, no. 1, January 2012, page 10 (published by American Foreign Service Association, Washington, DC, USA). "Palestine, Israel & Other Tragedies," Knoxville, Tennessee (USA). Presentation on January 3, 2012, to group from University of Tennessee of 127 slides based on visit to Palestine & Israel, June 13-28, 2011. "What this talk is about: Share what I saw in June 2011. Recall history of 1945, 1948 & 1967. Show Israeli wall & settlements. Show how Palestinians resist. Point out monuments & symbols." /// Concentrated on these places: Yad Vashem, Deir Yassin, Al-ghabisiyya, Bethlehem & Refugee Camps, Jenin & The Freedom Theatre, At-Tuwani, Tent of Nations, Bil'in & Ma'ale Adumim. Click here for an Overview of Peace Monuments. This the text of an article entitled "Peace Monuments" in the 4-volume International Encyclopedia of Peace by Oxford University Press (OUP), New York (January 2010), volume 3, pp. 416-421. Click here for an Overview of Peace Monuments. This is the text of a PowerPoint presentation entitled "Peace Monuments Around the World" delivered on October 6, 2008, to the 6th International Conference of the International Network of Museums for Peace (INMP) at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto (Japan). Click here for a photo gallery of peace monuments seen during a visit to Washington, DC, USA, October 29-November 2, 2011. Click here for an illustrated essay about six peace monuments in Ohio & Michigan, USA (notes from a trip in August & September 2011). Visit to Palestine & Israel, June 13-28, 2011. For a record of places visited, see Part I (West Bank) & Part II (Israel). Also see updated web pages for Palestine before 1949 | Palestine after 1948 | Israel after 1948 | Israel (Arab monuments only) | Jerusalem (West & East) | Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial | Village of Deir Yassin | Olive Trees & Branches | Peace Poles | Rachel Corrie [1979-2003] | vocabulary of the Israel/Palistinian conflict | "My trip to Palestine & Israel" by Sam Neff | "Missing a Chance for Peace" by Tony Bing | "The Palestinian Plight" by Jim Matlack | "Two Weeks in the West Bank" about Will Boland.
Peace Monuments are physical and permanent. -- Museums for Peace are monuments and living institutions.
Click here to see 235 Museums for Peace listed in the order of their creation (from 1902 to the present)
-- each with with an interactive on-line video.
Click here to see 500 Museums for Peace listed in 33 categories (A-bomb, civil rights, environment,
genocide, Holocaust, Nobel Prize, pacifism, peacemakers, racism, reconciliation, resistance, slavery, etc.).
Click here for an illustrated essay about 82 selected peace monuments in Europe (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, France & Luxembourg), 33 of which we visited personally (notes from a trip in August 2020). . Click here for "Peace Monuments at Universities & Colleges," from "The Peace Chronicle" (Winter 2012), newsletter of the Peace & Justice Studies Association (PJSA), page 17. Click here for "Sources: Peace Artists, Peacemakers, International Peace Conferences, Human Tragedies & Museums for Peace," from "The Peace Chronicle" (Winter 2010-2011), newsletter of the Peace & Justice Studies Association (PJSA), page 18. Click here for "Peace Monuments Confront Militarism," an illustrated essay from "The Peace Chronicle" (Spring-Summer 2010), newsletter of the Peace & Justice Studies Association (PJSA). Click here for "Peace Monuments Assist Peace Education," an illustrated essay from "The Peace Chronicle" (Winter 2009-2010), newsletter of the Peace & Justice Studies Association (PJSA).
Click here for "The Sanctification of Hiroshima," submitted for publication in Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, special issue on "Memorializing Space," University of San Francisco (Fall 2010). About the tradition of the non-use of nuclear weapons, Alvin Weinberg [1915-2006], the Peace Bell in Hiroshima (Japan), and the International Friendship Bell in Oak Ridge, Tennessee (USA).. Click here for "The Oak Ridge International Friendship Bell," one of 18 papers in "The atomic bomb and American society: New perspectives," University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, edited by Rosemary B. Mariner & G. Kurt Piehler, UT Center for the Study of War and Society (February 1, 2009), pp. 344-380. Click here for text of this book as scanned by Google. Click here for pictorial version of this paper. Click here for an illustrated essay about selected peace monuments in India (notes from a trip in December 2006-January 2007). Click here for an illustrated essay about selected peace monuments in Japan (notes from a trip in October 2008). Click here for an illustrated essay about six peace monuments in Indiana and Ohio, USA (notes from a trip in July & August 2009). Click here for an illustrated essay about 28 peace monuments in Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas, USA (notes from a trip in September 2009). SPECIAL WEB PAGES:
Join the Friends of Peace Monuments
Notable Peacemakers | Human Tragedies | "Sanctifiction of Hiroshima"
"Peace Monuments," article from Oxford International Encylopedia of Peace (2010)
"Oak Ridge International Friendship Bell," from University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville (2009)
"Peace: Renewal of an Enlightenment Project" by Nigel Young, from Magdalen College, Oxford (April 29, 2010)
"Peace Monuments Around the World," 6th International Conference of Museums for Peace, Kyoto (October 6, 2008)
"Peace Monuments at Universities & Colleges," "The Peace Chronicle," Peace & Justice Studies Association (Winter 2012)
"Peace Monuments Assist Peace Education," "The Peace Chronicle," Peace & Justice Studies Association (Winter 2009-2010)
"Peace Monuments Confront Militarism," from "The Peace Chronicle," Peace & Justice Studies Association (Spring-Summer 2010)
"Artists, Peacemakers, Intl. Conferences, Tragedies & Museums for Peace," "The Peace Chronicle," Peace & Justice Studies Assn. (Winter 2011)
PEACE MONUMENTSSTATISTICS & ANALYSIS:
Artists | Bibliography | Encyclopedia Article | Cities by Number of Peace Monuments | Countries by Number of Peace Monuments | History of Peace Monuments | Languages | Most Unusual Peace Monuments | Museums for Peace by Cagegory | Oldest & Biggest Peace Monuments | NEW Notable Peacemakers | Physical Forms of Peace Monuments | Search Engine Results | "Top Ten" Peace Monuments | Total Number of Peace Monuments | NEW Tragedies (Man-made & Natural) | Translations | World Records
PEACE MONUMENT THEMES:
Overview-For INMP 2008 | Monuments by Country | Monument Artists & Designers | Friends of Peace Monuments | Top 10 Peace Monuments | Top Peace Monument Cities | Peace Monument Bibliography | Peace Monument Chronology | Controversial Peace Monuments | Paired Peace Monuments | Peace Monument Groups | Human Rights | At Colleges & Universities | Millennium in 2000 | Peace Philanthropy | Peace Monuments For Sale | Peace Monument Vocabulary | Problematical Peace Monuments | Quotations on Monuments | Eccentric Peace Monuments | Glamour | Unusual Peace Monuments | NEW Peace Flags | Peace Monuments on Borders | International Friendship | Sister Cities | Space | Time | Vandalization | World Fairs | World Federalism | World Record Monuments
Monument Artists & Designers | Classical Peace Art | USA & Canada | USA & Japan | USA & Mexico | American Indians | Anti-Bomb Activism | Atomic Bomb | Arms into Monuments | Diplomacy | European Union | NEW "Four Freedoms" | Genocide | GLBT | Holocaust | Holocaust (Railcars) | Massacres | NEW Freethought | NEW Migration | Nuclear Energy | September 11 (9/11) | Peace Camps | The Phrase "Peace Memorial" | NEW Atheism | NEW Freethought | Pacifism | Islam | Shoah | Peace Treaties | Reconciliation | NEW Refugees | NEW Tolerance | For or About Children | NEW Victims of Human Tragedies | Slavery & Emancipation | "Sanctifiction of Hiroshima" | Fairs | Treaties | Women | Cities Worldwide
COMMON PEACE MONUMENT SYMBOLS:
Angel of Peace | Animals | Bombs | A-Bombs | Books | Bridges | Chairs | Clocks | Christian Crosses | Churches | Classical Peace Art | NEW Flags | Goddess of Democracy | Nudes | Flames & Beacons | Hands & Handshakes | Horses | Lion & Lamb (Isaiah 11:6-9) | Olive Trees & Branches | Peace Cranes | Peace Doves | Peace Symbol (CND) | Pink Triangle | Pyramids | Quotations on Monuments | Red Cross or Red Crescent | Rotary International | September 11 (9/11) | Spheres & Orbs | Stars | Stonehenge | Swords Into Plowshares (Isaiah 2:4) | Tables | Time | UN Flag or Emblem | Water | Weapons into Monuments | World Globes | World Peace Prayer
MUSEUMS FOR PEACE:
Selected Museums for Peace with Videos | All Museums for Peace by Category | International Network of Museums for Peace (INMP) | Museums for Peace by Country | Peace Museums (out of date) | Genocide Museums | Holocaust Museums | Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem | Peace Memorial Museum in Hiroshima | Atomic Bomb Museum in Nagasaki
PHYSICAL FORMS OF PEACE MONUMENTS:
Angels | Arches | Bells & Gongs | World Peace Bells | Boats | Bridges | Arches | Buildings | Chapels & Churches | Clocks | Collections | Crosses | Dams | Flames & Beacons | Fountains | Furniture | Glass | Globes | Highways | Inuksuit (Artic monuments) | Gardens | Markers | Mosaics | Museums for Peace by Category | Nudes | Olive Trees & Branches | Pagodas & Stupas | Peace Parks | Peace Poles | Pink Triangles | Plaques | Postage Stamps (& Currency) | Former Prisons | Pyramids | Roads | Sculpture | Ships | Spheres | Stained Glass Windows | Statues | Streets | Steel Plate | Stonehenge Replicas | Stones & Rocks | Towers | Trails & Walks | Trains | Trees & Groves | Walls & Murals | Peacemakers' Graves | Spheres & Orbs
PEACE MONUMENTS RELATED TO MINORITY GROUPS:
American Indians | Arabs (Israel) | Armenians | Artists | Atheists | Bahai | Cambodians | Children | Christians (Angels) | Christians (Churches) | Christians (Crosses) | Community of Christ | CO Conscientious Objectors | Dalit (India) | Deportees (France) | Deserters (Germany) | Draft Dodgers (USA) | Esperantists | First Nations (Canada) | Freethinkers | Genocide Victims | Hibakusha (Japan) | Holocaust Victims | Homosexuals | Humanists | Jews (Europe 1933-45) | Jews (Israel) | Kurds | LGBT | NEW Migrants | Mothers | Muslims | Native Americans (USA) | Palestinians | Palestinians in Israel | Peace Conference Delegates | Notable Peacemakers | Peace Philanthropists | Quakers | Rationalists | NEW Refugees | Roma & Sinti | Rotarians | Slaves | Unitarians &/or Universalists | University Campuses | US Foreign Service | NEW Victims | World Federalists | Women
Bahá'í Faith | Bluffton University | Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) | Church Peace Union (CPU) | Community of Christ | Compassion & Choices (C&C) | European Union (EU) | Final Exit Network (FEN) | Intl Coalition of Sites of Conscience (ICSC) | Intl Network of Museums for Peace (INMP) | Intl Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) | Nipponzan Myohoji | Nobel Peace Prize | Pax Christi | Peace Partners Intl (PPI) | Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) | Red Crescent | Red Cross (ICRC) | Rotary International (RI) | Quakers | Society of Friends | Soka Gakkai Intl (SGI) | United Nations (UN) | US Foreign Service | War Resisters League (WRL) | Women's Intl League for Peace & Freedom (WILPF) | Women's Suffrage Movement | World Choir Games (WCG) | World Federalist Movement (WFM) | World Peace Bell Assn (WPBA) | Peace Conferences
PEACE MONUMENTS RELATED TO SPECIFIC WARS:
American Civil War (1861-1865) | World War I (1914-1918) | World War II (1939-1945) | Korean War (1950-1953) | Cold War (1945-1991) | 9/11 Attacks (2001)
JUST FOR FUN:
Oldest & Biggest Peace Monuments | Collections | Eccentric Peace Monuments | Glamour | Invisible Peace Monuments | Paired Peace Monuments | Monuments For Sale | North Pole & South Pole | Nudes | Peace Doves | Peace Symbol (CND) | Quotations on Peace Monuments | World Record Peace Monuments
TRIPS TO SEE PEACE MONUMENTS:
Austria (Tyrol) in 2010 | France (Alsace) in 2010 | Germany (Baden-Württemberg) in 2010 | Germany (Berlin & Lubeck) in 2013 | Germany (Bravaria) in 2010 | Germany (Frankfurt) in 2010 | India in 2006-7 | Israel in 2011 | Japan in 2008 | Mexico in 2007 & 2008 | Netherlands (The Hague) in 2013 | Palestine (West Bank) in 2011 | Poland (Slubice) in 2013 | Switzerland in 2010 | USA (Colorado, New Mexico & 7 other states) in 2009 | USA (Indiana & Ohio) in 2009 | USA (Philadelphia) in 2010 | USA (Michigan & Ohio) in 2011 | USA (Washington, DC) in 2011
CITIES WITH MANY PEACE MONUMENTS:
Table Showing Selected Cities | Amsterdam (Netherlands) | Atlanta (USA) | Belfast (Northern Ireland) | Berlin (Germany) | Bethlehem (Palestine) | Bluffton, Ohio (USA) | Brussels (Belgium) | Chicago (USA) | Geneva (Switzerland) | Hiroshima (Japan) | Independence, Missouri (USA) | Jerusalem (Israel) | Jerusalem-Yad Vashem (Israel) | London (England) | Los Angeles (USA) | Nagasaki (Japan) | New York City (USA) | Paris (France) | Philadelphia (USA) | Rotterdam (Netherlands) | San Francisco (USA) | Seattle (USA) | The Hague (Netherlands) | Tokyo (Japan) | Utrecht (Netherlands) | Vienna (Austria)
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (BY STATE):
Table Showing All States | NEW One Monument in Each State & Territory | Alabama | Alaska | Arizona | Arkansas | California-North | California-South | Colorado | Connecticut | Delaware | District of Columbia | Florida | Georgia | Guam | Hawaii | Idaho | Illinois | Illinois (Chicago to Winnipeg) | Indiana | Iowa | Kansas | Kentucky | Louisiana | Maine | Michigan | Maryland | Massachusetts | Minnesota | Mississippi | Missouri | Montana | Nebraska | Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New Mexico | New York | New York-United Nations | North Carolina | North Dakota | Northern Mariana Islands | Ohio | NEW Ohio (Cincinnatti to Detroit) | Ohio-Bluffton | Oklahoma | Oregon | Pennsylvania | Pennsylvania (William Penn) | Puerto Rico | Rhode Island | South Carolina | South Dakota | Tennessee | Tennessee (Oak Ridge) | Texas | Utah | Vermont | Virginia | Washington, DC | Washington State | West Virginia | Wisconsin | Wyoming | US Foreign Service
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION IN CANADA (BY PROVINCE):
Table Showing All Provinces | NEW One Monument in Each Province & Territory | Alberta | British Columbia | New Brunswick | Newfoundland & Labrador | Manitoba | Manitoba (Chicago to Winnipeg) | Northwest Territories | Nova Scotia | Nunavut | Ontario | Prince Edward Island | Québec | Saskatchewan | Yukon | Inuksuit (Artic monuments) | Monuments Relating Canada & the USA
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION RELATED TO MEXICO:
Mexico | Monuments Relating Mexico & the USA
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM (BY COUNTRY):
Table Showing All Parts of the UK | London | Other England | Northern Ireland | Scotland | Wales
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION IN EUROPE (BY COUNTRY):
European Union | Austria | Belgium | Bosnia-Herzegovina | Czech Republic | Denmark | East Europe | England | Finland | France | Germany | Trip to Germany in 2010 | Greece | Hungary | Iceland | Ireland (Éire) | Ireland-Northern | Italy | Luxembourg | Netherlands | Norway | Poland | Portugal | Russia | Scotland | Spain | Sweden | Switzerland | Turkey | United Kingdom | Wales | Vatican City
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION IN JAPAN (BY PREFECTURE):
Table Showing Different Parts of Japan | Japan | Hiroshima | "Sanctification of Hiroshima" | Hiroshima-Elsewhere | Nagasaki | Nagasaki-Elsewhere | Okinawa | Tokyo | All Other Japan | Monuments Relating Japan & the USA | World Peace Bells | Trip to Japan in 2008
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION IN INDIA & RELATED TO MAHATMA GANDHI:
India | Gandhi Monuments in India | Gandhi Monuments Everywhere Else | Trip to India in 2006-7
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION IN ISRAEL & PALESTINE:
Israel before 1949 | Israel since 1948 | Israel (Arab only) since 1948 | Israel-Jerusalem | Israel-Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial | Israel-Village of Deir Yassin | Palestine before 1949 | Palestine since 1948 | Olive Trees & Branches | Peace Poles | Vocabulary of the Israel/Palestine Conflict | Trip to Palestine & Israel in 2011
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION IN ASIA & MIDDLE EAST (BY COUNTRY):
Bangaladesh | China | India | Indonesia | Iran | Iraq | Japan | Korea-North | Korea-South | Lebanon | Middle East | Mongolia | Myanmar | Nepal | Pakistan | Palestine | Philippines | Southeast Asia | Sri Lanka | Taiwan (Rep. of China) | Thailand | Tibet | Turkey | Uzbekistan | Vietnam
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION IN LATIN AMERICA:
Argentina | Brazil | Caribbean | Costa Rica | Cuba | Mexico | Puerto Rico | All Other Latin America
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION IN PACIFIC OCEAN & OCEANIA:
Aotearoa | Australia | Canada-British Columbia | Japan | Mexico | New Zealand | Pacific Ocean | Philippines | USA-Alaska | USA-Hawaii
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION EVERYWHERE ELSE:
Cities Worldwide | Africa | Antarctica | Moon | North Pole | Outer Space | South Africa | South Pole | United Nations
Before 1800 | 1800-49 | 1850-99 | 1900-04 | 1905-09 | 1910-14 | 1915-19 | 1920-24 | 1925-29 | 1930-34 | 1935-39 | 1940-44 | 1945-49 | 1950-54 | 1955-59 | 1960-64 | 1965-69 | 1970-74 | 1975-79
1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | NEW 2015 | NEW 2016 | Future
NOTABLE PEACEMAKERS & ARTISTSClick here for Complete List of Notable Peacemakers Throughout History (More than 1,000 names in birth order)
44 THEMATIC SUBSETS:
Abolitionists | Africans & African descent | Artists | NEW Assassinated Peacemakers | Atheists & Agnostics | NEW Children & Young Adults | COM Communitarians | Community of Christ | CO Conscientious Objectors (CO's) | Disarmament | Esperantists | Euthanasia Movement | Famous Firsts | Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) | Freethinkers | LAB Labor Movement | Lesbian, Gay, Bisuxual & Transgender (LGBT) | Musicians for Social Justice | Museums for Peace | Muslims | Native Americans | Nazi Resisters & Victims | Nobel Peace Prize | Nobel Peace Prize Women 2005 | Oak Ridge International Friendship Bell | P Pacifists | Peace Monuments | NEW Peace Philanthropists | Peace Studies | Peace & Justice Studies Association (PJSA) | Peace Poets | Quakers | Red Cross | Right Livelihood Award | Suffragists | TED Lectures | TITLES Peacemakers With Titles | Unitarians and/or Universalists | United Nations | UN Messengers of Peace | US Presidents & Vice Presidents | Women's International League of Peace & Freedom (WILPF) | World Federalists | War Resisters League (WRL) | NEW Recent Deaths of Notable Peacemakers
26 NATIONAL SUBSETS:
Australia | Austria | NEW Belgium | Brazil | NEW Canada | China | France | Germany | Greece | India | NEW Ireland | NEW Israel | Italy | NEW Japan | Korea | NEW Mexico | NEW Netherlands | Norway | NEW Palestine | Poland | Russia | South Africa | Spain | Sweden | Switzerland | NEW United Kingdom | USA (Tennessee only)
SELECTED INDIVIDUAL PEACEMAKERS:
Jane Addams | Susan B. Anthony | Zonia Baber | Clara Barton | Daniel Berrigan | Philip Berrigan | Anthony Bing | Jan Bloch | James R. Bowsher | Ralph Bunche | Andrew Carnegie | Edith Cavell | Sri Chinmoy | Rachel Corrie | Frederick Douglass | Henri Dunant | Cyrus Eaton | Albert Einstein | Dwight D. Eisenhower | Desiderius Erasmus | George Fox | Anne Frank | Alfred Hermann Fried | Nichidatsu Fujii | J. William Fulbright | Gandhi (Monuments in India) | Gandhi (Monuments outside India) | Henry George | Masahisa Goi | Samuel Gompers | Alex Haley | Paul Harris | Cordell Hull | Robert Ingersoll | Daisaku Ikeda | Franz Jägerstätter | Jenkin Lloyd Jones | John F. Kennedy | Robert F. Kennedy | Martin Luther King, Jr. | Käthe Kollwitz | Heinrich Lammasch | John Lennon | Abraham Lincoln | Lola Maverick Lloyd | Elizabeth McAlister | Arthur E. Morgan | A.J. Muste | Florence Nightengale | Yoko Ono | Emmeline/Christabel/Silvia/Adela Pankhurst | Linus Pauling | Peace Pilgrim | William Penn | Barbara Reynolds | Nicholas Roerich | Joseph Rotblat | Eleanor Roosevelt | Franklin Delano Roosevelt | NEW Franklin Delano Roosevelt ("Four Freedoms") | Bertrand Russell | Sadako Sasaki | Oskar Schindler | E. F. Schumacher | Albert Schweitzer | Rosika Schwimmer | Samantha Reed Smith | Elizabeth Cady Stanton | Chiune Sugihara | Robert Swann | Leó Szilárd | Mother Teresa | Sojourner Truth | Harriet Tubman | Mark Twain | Bertha von Suttner | Raoul Wallenberg | Alvin Weinberg | Woodrow Wilson | Frances Wright | Sayadaw U Thila Wunta | Ludwik Zamenhof | ( where no flag shown)
SELECTED MONUMENT ARTISTS, DESIGNERS & BENEFACTORS:
Many Artists & Designers | David Barr | Benny Bufano | Marc Chagall | Josefina de Vasconcellos | Marshall Fredericks | Dani Karavan | Käthe Kollwitz | Maya Lin | Carl Milles | Pablo Picasso | Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd | Nicholas Roerich | Sri Chinmoy | Tomijiro Yoshida | Peter Wolf Toth | ( where no flag shown)Click here for photos of peace monuments (from Webshots).
Click here for "12 Compelling Monuments Dedicated to Peace."
Click here for website of the Peace History Society (PHS).
Click here for world-wide map of peace places (from Dayton International Peace Museum).
Click here for information on the "Peace Movement Directory [for] North America" by James Richard Bennett, 2001.
Click here for Prof. Bennett's article "Centers, Museums, and Public Memorials for Nonviolent Peacemaking in the US: A Visitors' Guide," PeaceWork Magazine, Americn Friends Service Committee (AFSC), May 1999.
Click here for information on "Progressive Nation: A Travel Guide with 400+ Left Turns and Inspiring Landmarks" by Jerome Pohlen, Chicago Review Press, 2008.
Click here for freedom & liberty monuments.
Click here for international friendship monuments.
(NB: I consider all Mahatma Gandhi, Sadako Sasaki, and Martin Luther King, Jr., monuments to be peace monuments by definition. I do not necessarily include civil rights monuments in any of the categories of this website.)
Atomic bomb | Atomic energy | Civil rights | Cold War | Communitarianism | Death with dignity | Freethought & atheism | Gandhi | GLBT rights | Genocide | Holocaust | Human rights | Human tragedies | International friendship | Labor movement | Martin Luther King, Jr. | Museums for peace | Native Americans | Nobel Peace Prize | Oak Ridge | Pacifism & conscientious objection | Palestine & Israel | Peace art | Peace artists | Peace & justice studies | Peace history | Peace philanthropy | Peace symbolism | Peacemaker biographies | Quakers | Sister cities | Slavery & emancipation | United Nations | US Foreign Service | Women's rights & suffrage | World government & federalism
Please email your comments & questions to geovisual @ comcast.net. Thank you. Thank you for your interest in peace monuments. Please email your comments & questions to geovisual @ comcast.net.
Click here to join Friends of Peace Monuments.