(Tagansky) Agapoff, (age 31)
came to Yugoslavia.
Alexander Albrecht, (age 35) ->
became a leader in the cathedral of St. Martin.
Ignatius Balla, (age 36) ->
had an interview with Mussolini in Milan.
Gustav Brecher, (age 42) ->
came to Berlin where he devotes himself to concert activity.
Livius Faur, (age 32) ->
was delegated by the government of Marshal Averescu to take up the economical connections with Hungary.
Tytus Filipowicz, (age 48) ->
was Chief of the Polish Mission to Moscow.
Mehdi Frasheri, (age 49) ->
was deputy of Elbasan for the electoral period.
Margarita Froman, (age ?) ->
became a member of the operahouse in Zagreb and director of a private ballet school in Zagreb.
Jaroslaw Galia, (age 46) ->
became Chargé d'Affaires in Lithuania.
Walery Goetel, (age 32) ->
became commissioner of the Polish republic for the termination of the Polish-Czech frontier.
Felix Goller, (age 49) ->
went on behalf of the Zemská banka to the U.S.A., where he opened up relations with financial circles.
Juhan Jaik, (age 32) ->
became involved in literary activity.
Christo Kalfoff, (age 38) ->
became general aide-de-camp of King Boris III.
Anna Karima, (age 50) ->
celebrated the 30 year's commemoration of her writing.
Ludwik Krzywicki, (age 62) ->
became Professor (age evolution of social institutions) in the University of Warsaw.
Tadeusz Lechnicki, (age 29) ->
joined the Cabinet of the Ministry of War in charge of military colonizations.
Georg Mercouris, (age 35) ->
became Minister of Food and Water Supplies.
John Count Mikes, (age 45) ->
King Charles IV. was his guest for 10 days when he suddenly arrived in Hungary for his restoration.
Marian Morelowski de Prus, (age 37) ->
was Chief of the Section for the recuperation of Polish collections confiscated since 1772 by Russia and redemanded in force by the treaty of Riga by special Polish delegations in Moscow and Petersburg.
Assimbeg Mutevelic, (age 38) ->
joined "Muteveli" (age the hereditary administration) of the greatest religious cultural Institution "Gazi Husrev Bey Vakuf".
Gustav von Myrdacz, (age 47) ->
joined the Albanian army.
Antoine de Okolo-Koulak, (age 38) ->
founded the Antibolshevic League in Poland.
Alexander Paldrook, (age 50) ->
became a General Major in the Estonian Army.
Petar Pallavicini, (age 33) ->
was in Belgrade.
Franz von Papen, (age 42) ->
was a Chamberlain to the Pope and a member Center Party in Prussian Diet.
Kaarel Robert Pusta, (age 39) ->
became Minister Plenipotentiary of the Estonian Republic in France.
Faik Quku, (age 20) ->
returned as Lieutenant to Albania from Palestine.
Janis Seskis, (age ?) ->
became Minister of Latvia in Estonia.
Auguste Count Zamoyski, (age 28) ->
left the Communist Party of Vienna.