Lange, Christian Lous
|born on||17 September 1869|
|Place||Stavanger, Norway, 58n58, 5e45|
|Timezone||LMT m5e45 (is local mean time)|
Norwegian historian, teacher, and political scientist. He was one of the world's foremost exponents of the theory and practice of internationalism.
His intellectual support of internationalism was demonstrated by the first of a three volume historical treatise (Histoire de l'internationalisme). This work, published in 1919, was said to contribute to the ideological preparation for the League of Nations. For this and all his other activities, Lange shared the Nobel Peace Prize with Hjalmar Branting in 1921.
He was the father of sons Carl Viggo Manthey Lange, Halvard Lange, and Christian August Manthey Lange, and daughter Thora, who after being imprisoned at the Grini detention camp in September 1943 fell ill and died two months later at Ullevål Hospital on 5 November.
Lange died on 11 December 1938 in Oslo, Norway, aged 69.
- parent->child relationship with Lange, August (born 28 April 1907)
- parent->child relationship with Lange, Carl Viggo (born 9 April 1904)
- parent->child relationship with Lange, Halvard (born 16 September 1902)
- parent->child relationship with Lange, Thora Manthey (born 13 June 1899)
Date and place of birth from biographies. Time unknown.
Starkman rectified to 13.00.56 LMT Asc 4Sag06'
- Vocation : Politics : Activist/ political
- Notable : Awards : Nobel prize (Nobel Peace Prize 1921)