Bárdos, (age 25)
was a Stage manager with Rheinhardt in Berlin and Hamburg.
Gustav, Ritter von Bartels, (age 35) ->
was a Captain in Infantry Regiment 7 in the World War and he fought in Galicia, Russia, South Tyrol.
Emanuel Chobot, (age 26) ->
was a Secretary of the Socialist Party and a functionary of the Trades Union in Trinec.
Antoni Dobrowaolski, (age 35) ->
gave courses for the study of ice in Sweden.
Viktor Eglitis, (age 30) ->
passed over to the classicism.
Karl Heinold, (age 45) ->
in 1907 he created a national division between the Germans and Czechs and Poles in Silesia.
Andreas Hlinka, (age 43) ->
translated the "Old Testament" from Latin into the Slovakian language at the State Prison at Szeged.
Milan Ivanka, (age 31) ->
became a member of the Hungarian Parliament.
Rajmund Jarosz, (age 22) ->
worked as elected member of the District Council of Drohobycz in the autonom-administration.
Tytus Jarzyna, (age 19) ->
became a clerk in the post-office.
Mark Kakarriqi, (age 23) ->
was Councillor to the revolutionary fightings for the Albanian freedom against the Turkish regime with the headquarters in Podgoritza.
Ures Krulj, (age 32) ->
Founder of the newspaper "Narod" 1907 in Mostar.
Stephan Kyroff, (age 46) ->
assisted in the struggle for the autonomy of the University, especially during the crisis.
Alexandre Emmanuel Lahovary, (age 52) ->
in Vienna founded a Rumanian chapel which caused a great irritation among the Hungarians.
Ants Laipman (Laidman), (age ?) ->
made trips to various countries and places of art in Europe also to North-Africa.
Milivoj Stojan Stanojevic, (age 25) ->
was editor of Yugoslavian journals in America.