Alcalay, (age 30)
became Chief Rabbi of Serbia.
Henryk Arctowski, (age 40) ->
became Science Division Chief of the New York Public Library.
Alfred Arnold, (age 20) ->
was in Morroco.
Krsto Cicvaric, (age 32) ->
was the owner and director of the daily newspaper "Straza".
Jean Djonovitch, (age 28) ->
was in the U.S.A.
Alexander Fenyö, (age 35) ->
founded the Hungarian Match Factory in Kecskemét.
Theodor Fischer, (age 30) ->
became a Barrister in Albajulia.
Mato Hanzekowic, (age 27) ->
was a judge in Bosnia.
Karl Heinold, (age 49) ->
was in the Cabinet of the Minister President Karl Count Stürgkh.
Franz Heller, (age 33) ->
purchased some land and worked as an independent farmer and at the same time worked on the agricultural organization.
Géza Herczeg, (age 23) ->
was a war correspondent for the "Neue Freie Presse" in Tripolis.
Frantisek Jarnos, (age 34) ->
collaborated to the German-Czecheslovakian Railway-Dictionary.
Hermann Keyserling, (age 31) ->
journeyed round the world.
Wincenty Lutoslawski, (age 48) ->
founded a community in Tlemcen, Algeria.
Constantin Moschopoulos, (age 57) ->
Colonel Commandant of the district of Athens and Chief of the Military Police.
Antoine de Okolo-Koulak, (age 28) ->
was imprisoned by the Russian Government for political reasons.
Günther Panstingl, (age 28)
became a practicing lawyer.
Major Szapira, (age 24) ->
became a Rabbi in Gliniany.
Terence Toci, (age 31) ->
has organized the Mountaineers of Scutari against Turkey and on April 26 has been elected their chief in Mirdita.
Alma Woodruff, (age 29) ->
was married and came to Bulgaria as a missionary.