Brecher, (age 38)
became first conductor of orchestra of the Frankfurt operahouse.
Stefan Bryla, (age 31) ->
became Professor at the University College in Kieff.
Jakob Deml, (age 39) ->
signed in May the well known proclamation of Czech writers for the political independence of the Czechs.
Antoni Dobrowaolski, (age 45) ->
founded together with W.M. Wakar "Lingues des nations reconaissantes" and the review "Przymierze".
Demeter Doroschenko, (age 35) ->
. was the General Governor of Galicia and Bukowina.
Mayer Ebner, (age 45) ->
in an exchange was called home from exile in Siberia.
Antonin Fencl, (age 36) ->
founded the first film-studio in Prague.
Tytus Filipowicz, (age 44) ->
became a Polish Political agent.
János Friedrich, (age 20) ->
became a prisoner of war in Italy.
Onisifor Ghibu Cluj, (age 34) ->
became a Professor and journalist in Bessarabia.
Gordon Gordon-Smith, (age 49) ->
organized the Polish emigration in the region of the Lower Dniepr.
Dénes Györgyi, (age 51) ->
obtained first prize in a competition for the monument of Queen Elisabeth.
Mato Hanzekowic, (age 33) ->
devoted himself to literary work being of the opinion that there is no ethic to be found in the job of a lawyer.
Frantisek Josef Havelka, (age 35) ->
was a soldier and he fought on the Italian frontier.
Franz Heller, (age 39) ->
began preliminary work for the creation of a political party of the German rural population.
Jon Inculetz, (age 32) ->
Participated in the Russian revolution 1917.
Iwan Iwanow, (age 26) ->
was in the war service.
Djurdje Jelenic, (age 35) ->
became Director of the Yugoslavian State Archives.
Cicerone Jordachescu, (age 35) ->
became a Confessor in the army.
Stanislaw Jurkiewicz, (age 33) ->
escaped from prison in Russia.
Karl Kautsky, (age 63) ->
adhered during a split in the Party to the Independent Socialists. In the revolution he coordinated as Secretary of State.
Otokar Kopecky, (age 41)
worked in Russia in three sugar factories.
Ants Lauter, (age ?) ->
was an actor on the Russian Theater in Nowgorod.
Tadeusz Lechnicki, (age 25) ->
was with the Polish Formations in White-Russia and Ukraine.
Drago Marusic, (age ?) ->
organized the national Slovenian emigrants in the U.S.A.
Constantin Moschopoulos, (age 63) ->
became Commander General of Corps of army at Janina on February 19.
Alois Musil, (age 49) ->
headed Archduke Hubert's mission to Asia-Minor, Syria and Palestine and at the same time was appointed member of the Privy Council of Emperor Charles.
Antoine de Okolo-Koulak, (age 34) ->
was condemned for the second time by the Russian Czarist government for political reasons and was saved at the beginning of the revolution
Leonidas Paraskevopoulos, (age 56) ->
organized the National Army in Salonica in September.
Jon Pelivan, (age 41) ->
participated in the movement for the liberation of Bessarabia.
Jean Rhallys, (age 39) ->
was persecuted by the government of Venizelos.
Artur Sliwinski, (age ?) ->
became a member of the State Council convened by a manifest of Willaim II. and Charles II.
Ludwig Sosnowski-Solski, (age 62) ->
was Manager of the Theater Polski in Warsaw.
Stefan Starzynski, (age 24) ->
was interned by the Germans for refusing the German oath.
Basil Stoica, (age ?) ->
led the Rumanian movement in U.S.A.
Spyros Travlos, (age 23) ->
was commander of a group of howitzers under General Kelly in Strouma, Greece.
Louis Zeyfert, (age 23) ->
joined the Polish army in France in November.