Conrad Grebel
Conrad Grebel (c. 1498–1526), son of a prominent Swiss merchant and councilman, was a co-founder of the Swiss Brethren movement. In 1963 a Mennonite University College was named after him in Waterloo,...
Jakob Ammann
Jakob Ammann (also Jacob Amman, Amann) (12 February 1644 – between 1712 and 1730) was an Anabaptist leader and namesake of the Amish religious movement.
Jakob Ammann was born on February 12, ...
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Pierre Cérésole
Pierre Cérésole (17 August 1879 – 23 October 1945) was a Swiss engineer, known primarily as the founder of the Service Civil International (SCI) or International Voluntary Service for Peace (IVSP...
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Elisabeth Rotten
Elisabeth Friederike Rotten (15 February 1882, Berlin - 2 May 1964, London, buried in Saanen) was a Quaker, peace activist and educational progressive.
As daughter to the Swiss couple Moritz and L...
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Franz Keller (psychologist)
Franz Keller (1913 - 1991) was a Swiss psychologist, Christian pacifist and left-wing news editor (Zeitdienst).Keller got his Ph.D in 1938 at University of Bern with the work Eitelkeit und Wahn: Eitel...
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