Sadly, Bertha von Suttner’s groundbreaking novel Lay Down Your Arms! remains out of print today, though you can order a copy of the book to be printed on demand from Web-based publishers using digitized scans. You can also download a free copy of the e-book via Google Books. Other translations and titles by Bertha von Suttner are available there as well.
If you’d like to know more about the characters in the book and the enduring quest for peace in the world, check out the links below.
HELPFUL TIP: If the site you’re visiting does not have an option for viewing in the language of your choice, try using your search engine to locate and translate the page. If that doesn’t work, Google allows you to translate pieces of text (such as those cut-and-pasted from a Web site) here: http://translate.google.com. It’s a very helpful tool when you’re Web-surfing internationally.
- The Official Web Site of the Nobel Prize
- International Peace Bureau
- International Bertha von Suttner Club (Harmannsdorf, Austria)
- The Bertha von Suttner Project
- The Bertha von Suttner Peace-Institute in the Hague
- The Nobel Museum in Stockholm, Sweden
- The Nobel Museum in Karlskoga, Sweden (Björkborn)
- The Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, Norway
- Villa Nobel in Sanremo, Italy
- The Nobel Peace Prize Forum in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
- Peace Monuments for Bertha von Suttner (listing)
- International Network of Museums for Peace
- The Nobel Peace Prize Forum (Norway)
- The Nobel Women’s Initiative
- The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
- The Peace Palace in The Hague
- The Peace Palace Library
- Pathways to Peace
- The Elders