This Biography is about one of the best Political Leaders Frank B. Kellogg including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Frank B. Kellogg
|Frank B. Kellogg
|Frank Billings Kellogg, Frank Kellogg
|Political party – Republican
|Personal life of Frank B. Kellogg
|22 December 1856
|Died At Age
|21 December 1937
|Place of Death
|Nobel Peace Prize
|Personal Fact of Frank B. Kellogg
Frank Billing Kellogg was a renowned American lawyer, politician, and statesman who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1929, for his contribution in the Kellogg-Briand Pact. He was the eldest son of a poor farmer and because of his father’s illness much of his childhood was spent working in the family’s wheat farm. Consequently, he had very little formal education.
However, his penchant for knowledge and his desire to rise above the poverty made him study on his own. Although he was a self-taught lawyer, he was appointed as the City Attorney by the City Council of Rochester, within a year of his registration at the city bar. Later, he became the President of American Bar Council.
For his crusade against business trusts he became famous as trustbuster. He was equally successful as a Senator and a statesman. Signing of the Paris Pact, popularly known as Kellogg-Briand Pact, was the greatest achievement of his life. Although it had few loopholes, it was the first honest attempt to rule out war as national policy. In 1929, Kellogg received Nobel Peace Prize for his role in drafting as well as signing of this pact.