Benaki, (age 39)
served as a volunteer in the War of 1912/13.
Krsto Cicvaric, (age 33) ->
fought in Balkan war.
Ahmet Dakli, (age 33) ->
was nominated adviser to the Ministry of Finance of the Provisional Government when Ismail Quemal Bej Vlona hoisted the Albanian Flag in the town of Valona and proclaimed the Albanian Independence.
Helmi Einer, (age 21) ->
was invited to Estonia with the operetta troup of the theater "Estonia" first as a soubrette, then as primadonna.
Stephan Farkas, (age 38)
established the drug-store "Apollo".
Livius Faur, (age 23) ->
was engineer with the water line in Satu Mare, Rumania.
Tytus Filipowicz, (age 39) ->
was a lecturer in History Cracow School of Political Science.
Mehdi Frasheri, (age 40) ->
was sent as governor general to Palestine, and on the 28th of November (age the day of the Albanian Independence) he resigned and returned to Egypt.
Michael Gellér, (age ?) ->
became manager of the Hotel Astoria in Budapest.
Walery Goetel, (age 23) ->
traveled to the South of the Caucasus in Asia-Minor.
Frantisek Josef Havelka, (age 30) ->
was a teacher at Tiflis.
Karl Heinold, (age 50) ->
As leader of the Government, he pushed through with great difficulty the new armament law.
Géza Herczeg, (age 24) ->
participated in the Balkan War.
Delvina Hiqmet, (age 28) ->
on the occasion of the proclamation of Albania's independence in Valona he was secretary of the temporary government.
Arthur Hoenig, (age 23) ->
was a chemist with the Dynamite Works of the former Alfred Nobel & Company, Hamburg.
Momtchilo Ivkovitch, (age 38) ->
made observations on sanitary posts during the Balkan War.
M. Jovan Jovanovic, (age 43) ->
has been Attaché at the Ministry of Foreign Affaires in Sofia, Athens, Constantinople, Cetinje, and Skoplje, 1912.
Janie Kalatz, (age 44) ->
has traveled in Germany, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Austria, Poland and Finland.
Philip Alexaius Laszlo de Lombos, (age 43) ->
Awarded Diploma of honour of the International Art Exhibition, Amsterdam.
Arnold Makowski-Sarjusz, (age 36) ->
made scientific trips to Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, France and Italy.
Constantin Moschopoulos, (age 58) ->
was General of Brigade, Commander IV. division during the Balkan War. It was the division under his order which forced back the Turkish army October 1912 in Sarandasporos, forcing the retirement of the Turkish army and capturing all of the artillery.
Alois Musil, (age 44) ->
visited Palmyrena, the right banks of the middle Euphrates and Tigris, and the surroundings of the Shiite cities of Kerbela and Nejef.
Antoine de Okolo-Koulak, (age 29) ->
was expatriated from Russia.
Leonidas Paraskevopoulos, (age 61) ->
became a Brigade general.
Petar Perunovic-Perun, (age 23) ->
was a volunteer in the Serbian army and was promoted from private to captain.
Hélène Romer-Ochenkowzka, (age 37) ->
began work for the military organization of Pilsudski.d
Janko Sakasoff, (age 52) ->
During the Balkan War spoke in the Sobranje against the war.
Sulä Sheha, (age 22) ->
formed a group of volunteers fighting under the orders of Ahmet Bey Zog, now King of Albania.
Vladimir Sis, (age 23) ->
was a correspondent of Národni Listy during the Balkan War.
Spyros Travlos, (age 18) ->
was an Officer candidate of artillery in the Macedonian campaign against the Turks.
Countess Marie Bianka Joanne Wielopolska, (age 25) ->
got in connection with political conspiratory spheres and devoted herself to literary activity. The year was decisive for her.
Petar Zivkovic, (age 33) ->
distinguished himself in the Balkan Wars against Turks and Bulgarians.
Ahmed Zogu, (age 17) ->
with the grade of colonel, organized for battle his forces against Serbia and Montenegro.