Baba, (age 40)
moved to Istanbul.
Muharem Bajraktari, (age 28) ->
joined the party of His Majesty the King Zogu I of Albania and in December commanded the northern troops against the government of Fan Noli.
Petar Dobrovic, (age 34) ->
participated to the Yugoslavian Exhibition of Art, Belgrade.
Mary Duras, (age 26) ->
went to Paris.
Livius Faur, (age 35) ->
has received and accompanied the American economical delegation, leader Louis E. Van Norman, for an extended study-trip.
Walery Goetel, (age 35) ->
traveled to Egypt.
Robert Guex, (age 43)
was President of the mixed Germano-Belgium, Hungaro-Belgium, Bulgaro-Belgium, Germano-Polish arbitral Tribunals.
Oldrich Hilmera, (age 33) ->
was awarded the I. International competition prize for Men's Choirs at Venice.
Bedrich Hrozny, (age 45) ->
made excavations in Syria and in Turkey at Kultep where cuneiform writing architecture of Cappadocian merchants of the year 2.000 before Christ were found.
Edvard Kalnins, (age 55) ->
was a private lecturer.
Karl Kautsky, (age 70) ->
moved to Vienna.
August, Ritter von Kral, (age 55) ->
became Envoy extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary accredited to Persia.
Charles Kuusik, (age 24) ->
became President of the New York Estonian Club and was editor of Estonian weekly "Amerika Estlane" (American Estonian publication in New York).
Jan M. Lasdin, (age 49) ->
became Consul General of Latvia in Brussels.
Ants Lauter, (age ?) ->
came as a guest to Finland.
Karl Lhota, (age 30) ->
began a close collaboration with the founder of modern dwelling-house-buildings, Architect Adolf Loos.
Ludwig Lille, (age 27) ->
painted, "with a jar".
Constantin Moschopoulos, (age 79) ->
investigated the causes of the military disaster of Asia-Minor.
Nedko Nedkow, (age 22) ->
took over the business of his father for aniline colours and woolyarn.
Paul Nicorescu, (age 34) ->
was the Rumanian delegate to the international conference of emigrants and immigrants in Rome.
Alexandre Papanastarin, (age 48) ->
formed a cabinet on March 25 proclaiming the dethronement of the dynasty and the republic.
Petar Perunovic-Perun, (age 35) ->
went on propaganda tours in the U.S.A.
Kaarel Robert Pusta, (age 41) ->
was nominated Minister of Foreign Affairs and Vice President of Estonian Council in June.
Husrew Bey Ridvanbeyaglu, (age 36) ->
became Minister in Budapest, Hungary.
Mieczyslas de Rutkowski, (age 71) ->
retired from active service.
Sulä Sheha, (age 34) ->
took part in the revolution in June with the legal forces and then left the country. In December of the same year he returned as a major and commander of a corps of volunteer fighters against the revolutionary government for the restitution of the legal government.
Ladislas Sikorski (de Kopaszyna), (age 43) ->
became a Minister of War, and consolidated the organization of the national defense.
S. Josip Slavenski, (age 28) ->
had his first great success in Donaueschingen, Germany, with the stringquartette
Aleksander Steinhardt, (age 40) ->
became Director and Chief Physician of the Jewish Hospital in Przemysl.
Otto Strandman, (age 49) ->
was Minister of Finance.
Leon Tannenbaum, (age 40) ->
became President of the Jewish community of Drohobycz.
Axel de Vries, (age 32) ->
became a deputy in the Estonian Parliament and a chairman of the "Deutsche Baltische Partei".