Cila, (age 26) ->
was sent by the Czechoslovakian Government to China and India to study the monuments of arts and paintings
Georges Cofinas, (age 51) ->
was Delegate in Belgrade.
de Ramaille Liancourt, Baron, Tibor Collas, (age 28)
was mandator of the Minister for Poland to conclude treaties between Poland and Hungary.
Richard Nicolaus Coudenhove-Kalergi, (age 26) ->
attended the First Paneuropean Congress in Berlin.
Koloman von Doroghy, (age 35) ->
was exiled from Romania and became a practicing lawyer in Budapest.
Julian Eberhardt, (age ?) ->
became Under-Secretary of State in the Ministry of Railways and Communications in Poland.
Raouf Fico, (age 39) ->
became Sub-State-Secretary for the Interior in Tirana.
Tytus Filipowicz, (age 47) ->
became Chief of the Polish Mission to the Southern Caucasus.
János Friedrich, (age 23) ->
became a bank-clerk.
Jaroslaw Galia, (age 45) ->
entered diplomatic service.
Józef Galuszka, (age 27) ->
fought in the Polish bolshevist war as Polish officer.
Liudas Gira, (age 34) ->
was chief of the Intelligence Service department for the General Staff Governor of the district of Mariampol.
Julius Gömbös de Jákfa, (age 34) ->
played a leading part in the frustration of Charles IV´s attempts to return to the throne.
Ernst Goldschmied, (age 41) ->
became director of the Vienna Central Office of the Stock Company for the Sugar Industry.
Wladyslaw Grabowski, (age 28) ->
was sent to Siberia as a Polish Delegate to conduct the actions to return the deported political prisoners and to guide home the 5. Division of the Polish Army.
Mato Hanzekowic, (age 36) ->
became a lawyer in Bosnia.
Benedykt Hertz, (age 48) ->
became a volunteer soldier.
Maks Hurt, (age 49) ->
returned to his country
Ägidius Jahn, (age 37) ->
became a School Inspector of the Czechoslovakian schools in Austria.
Gustav Jallajas, (age 45) ->
became Chief Engineer and Vice-General-Director of Post and Telegraph in Estonia.
M. Jovan Jovanovic, (age 51) ->
became a Deputy.
Dragoljub Jovanovitch, (age 29) ->
was occupied with research work at the Radium Institute in Paris.
Stanislaw Jurkiewicz, (age 36) ->
participated as a volunteer in the Polish Russian War.
Janie Kalatz, (age 52) ->
became a member of the District Court of Justice in Dazgavpils
Edvard Kalnins, (age 51) ->
was in Riga.
Arttur Kannisto, (age 46) ->
was a lecturer.
Alexandre Kissioff, (age 41) ->
became an Inspector of the Cavalry.
Achille Lambros, (age ?) ->
was persecuted by the royalistic authorities of Greece.
Franz Langenberg, (age 53) ->
was nominated on March 3 first State School Inspector for the Czech Minority Schools in the counties of: Decim, Dub, Litomerice, Rumburk, Sluknow, Topolice and Warnsdorf with headquarters at Litomerice.
Nikolai Maim, (age 36) ->
was head of the commission for the re-evacuation of property from the University of Tartu from Soviet-Russia.
Francesco Mameli, (age 27) ->
began a diplomatic career.
Juliusz Nagorski, (age 33) ->
was ex-commander in the Polish army.
Felix Niekrasz (Nekrach), (age 39) ->
was with the Prefecture Office of Polish Pomerania.
Anton Pager, (age 21) ->
became an actor.
Alexander Paldrook, (age 49) ->
became a consulting physician for dermatology of the Estonian army.
Petar Pallavicini, (age 32) ->
had an exhibition of his work in Zagreb.
Leonidas Paraskevopoulos, (age 59) ->
was Generalissimo of the Greek Army in Smyrna from February 10 to November 8. He resigned in November.
Kazimierz Petrusewicz, (age 48) ->
became President of the Court of Appeal of the Eastern District.
Gustav Prochazka, (age 48) ->
founded the Czechoslovakian Church.
Wilhelm Pröhle, (age 49) ->
became a Member of Parliament in the first Hungarian National Assembly.
Kaarel Robert Pusta, (age 37) ->
was a delegate of the Estonian delegation at the Peace Conference of San Remo and at the Conference of the Baltic States in Riga.
Petras Rimsa, (age 39) ->
had to leave Vilnius during the Polish occupation.
Paul Schiemann, (age 44) ->
became a member of the Latvian Parliament.
Otto Strandman, (age 45) ->
became Minister of Foreign Affairs and Justice.
Major Szapira, (age 33) ->
became a Rabbi in Pietskan.
Spyros Travlos, (age 26) ->
fought in the campaign in Asia Minor.
Ahmed Zogu, (age 25) ->
took again the initiative to call a constituent assembly in Lushnja, in order to save the country from being partitioned. This congress, elected him as Minister of Interior.