Anglo-German Friendship Committee
The Anglo-German Friendship Committee was a London-based association, founded to promote improvement of cordial relations between the Great Britain and Germany. The Committee was launched on December 1, 1905, at a meeting in Caxton Hall. Its founders included the banker Lord Avebury and Lord Courtney. The German ambassador in London and the British ambassador in Berlin supported the committee. Bertha von Suttner (who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in the same year) helped found the committee. F. W. Fox was the honourable secretary of the committee.
The foundation of the Anglo-German Friendship Committee was lauded by prominent German-Americans, who sent a telegram declaring their support to the new association to its inaugural meeting.