Bey Asaf, (age 37)
was an Inspector in Angora
Oldrich Blazicek, (age 26) ->
had collective exhibitions.
Jean Borgovan, (age 24) ->
obtained twice a prize (age Society du Fond de theatre)
Antonin Fencl, (age 32) ->
founded the first open air theater in Sarka.
Mehdi Frasheri, (age 41) ->
returned to Albania.
Ernest Galvanauskas, (age 31) ->
was an engineer with the Society Franco-Serbe in Belgrade and engineer with Thomson Houston in Paris.
Frantisek Josef Havelka, (age 31) ->
became a Professor at Tomsk.
Karl Heinold, (age 51) ->
as Minister of the Interior put in order the financially ruined autonomic province administration of Bohemia. He also created the Austrian epidemic law; after parliamentary negotiations which had lasted for three years, fixing the law for government employees.
Rajmund Jarosz, (age 38) ->
became head of the Shooting Organization of Drohobycz.
Mehmed Konitza, (age 35) ->
was a delegate to the conference of ambassadors in London.
Henri Koral, (age 23) ->
became a Doctor.
Ants Lauter , (age ?) ->
became an actor in the Estonia-Theater in Talinn.
Wincenty Lutoslawski, (age 50) ->
was transferred to Barby, near Contamines-sur-Arve, Haute-Savoie.
Adam Kasimierz Majewski, (age 46) ->
was exiled from the country by the Russian Government.
Petar Pallavicini, (age 25) ->
became an independent artist.
Leonidas Paraskevopoulos, (age 52) ->
was a commander of the 10th division Evsones in the second Balkan War.
Wilhelm Pröhle, (age 42) ->
traveled in the Caucasus.
Ludwig Sosnowski-Solski, (age 58) ->
was appointed Director of the National Theater in Warsaw (under the Russian Regime).
Jeanne Stephanopoli, (age 38) ->
became Director and political editor of the "messager d'Athènes", founded by her father.
Bozidar Terzic, (age 46) ->
was commander of the operative section with army headquarters during the Balkan War
Adomas Varnas, (age 34) ->
returned to Vilna on account of an amnesty for political emigrants (manifest of the Czar on account of 300 years commemoration of the Imperial Romanov Family)