Alcalay, (age 42)
became Chief Rabbi of Yugoslavia.
Alfred Arnold, (age 32) ->
became General manager of the Ajkai Coal Mines Stock Company.
Ivan Bause, (age 37) ->
has tried to enlarge the horizon of the youth with the view to spare the next generation from the often heard reproach "Small Country, Small Heart".
Stefan Bryla, (age 37) ->
traveled to the U.S.A.
Nush Bushati, (age 27) ->
became Representative of Albania in the Austrian Archive of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
Richard Nicolaus Coudenhove-Kalergi, (age 29) ->
Founded the Paneuropean Union.
Antonin Fencl, (age 42) ->
became owner of the Arena in Prague
Mehdi Frasheri, (age 51) ->
was appointed as an Albanian delegate to the International Commission for the demarcation of the frontier between Albania and Greece, as well as between Albania and Yugoslavia.
Onisifor Ghibu Cluj, (age 40) ->
became senator of Province Orhain in Bessarabia.
Julius Gömbös de Jákfa, (age 37) ->
became leader Race-Defence Party.
Walery Goetel, (age 34) ->
traveled to Belgium.
Arthur Hoenig, (age 34) ->
became Technical Director of the Explosive Works on February 1, 1923.
Thaddée Jackowski, (age 34) ->
was a member of the Polish delegation of Locarno Conference .
Friedrich Jaksch, (age 29) ->
founded the National Library for the Germans in Czechoslovakia, of which he is director.
Christo Kalfoff, (age 40) ->
became Minister of Foreign Affaires and of Cults.
Theodore König, (age 56) ->
represented the Hungarian Government at the International Conference for the Simplification of Customs Conference.
Achille Lambros, (age ?) ->
was governor general in Macedonia while the revolution broke out.
Ants Lauter, (age ?) ->
visited Berlin, Leipzig, Prague, Budapest, Vienna, Paris, Moscow and Leningrad.
Geworg Litscheff, (age 35) ->
resigned from the Diplomatic service.
Francesco Mameli, (age 30) ->
became secretary to the Cabinet of S.E.B. Mussolini.
Pasha Heinrich August Meissner, (age 61) ->
bestowed with the grade of Dr. honoris causa by the Technical University in Dresden, Germany,.
Bogdan Milankovich, (age 38) ->
became President of the Sarajevo Philarmonie.
Antoine de Okolo-Koulak, (age 40) ->
became canon of Metropolitan Chapter in Mohilow.
Petar Pallavicini, (age 35) ->
gained a French stipendium and went to Paris.
Joe Pasternak, (age 22) ->
began activity in films.
Gustav Prochazka, (age 51) ->
became a bishop.
Jean Rhallys, (age 45) ->
was released from prison.
Frantisek Tichy, (age 27) ->
became Editor in Chief of the Ruthenian daily newspaper "Russin" in Uzhorod.
Axel de Vries, (age 31) ->
became a leader of the German Town Council fraction in Reval.
Dragolioub Yerenitch, (age 49) ->
became a General in the Yugoslavian Army on September 6.
Franziskus Methodius Zampach, (age 37) ->
became Vice-President of the Life-Insurance Company of Moravia in Brno.
Ahmed Zogu, (age 28) ->
was charged by the High Council to form a new cabinet and in the time of his government the elections for a constituent assembly took place.