Blazicek, (age 40)
had a collective exhibition in Prague.
Otokar Cila, (age 33) ->
made the portrait of the Albanian National Hero Scauder Beg by the order of the King.
Mary Duras, (age 29) ->
went to Prague.
Simon Fuerstenberg, (age 48) ->
established a college for $75.000 out of his own funds for 500 pupils, which bears his name.
Liudas Gira, (age 41) ->
became Chairman of the board of the Lithuanian Radio Broadcasting and manager of the Books Publishing Commission at the Ministry of Education.
Walery Goetel, (age 38) ->
Oldrich Hilmera, (age 36) ->
made Concert-trips with the Prague Men's Choir "Krizkovsky" to Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Finland.
Thaddée Jackowski, (age 38) ->
was he Director of the economic negotiation with Germany.
Arttur Kannisto, (age 53) ->
became Professor of Finnish Ugrian linguistics at the University of Helsingfors and Secretary of the Finnish Ugrian Society in Helsingfors.
Ljubomir Kosier, (age 30) ->
was the author of the project "L´Union d´Epargue Internationale" which was made for the League of Nations and accepted and signed by National economists and Politicians of all American and European States in Geneve.
George Koulisheff, (age ?) ->
became a representative in the Bulgarian Parliament.
Kamil Krofta, (age 51) ->
by his efforts was concluded the modus vivendi with the Holy See.
Alexandre Emmanuel Lahovary, (age 72) ->
obtained the ratification of the treaty recognizing the annexation of Bessarabia with Rumania in Rome.
Lila Lalaouni, (age 16) ->
gave a concert in Vienna with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra under Richard Strauss.
Julius Mägiste, (age 27) ->
made a study trip to Leningrad.
Francesco Mameli, (age 34) ->
became Chief of the Cabinet, in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Wiktor Michal Mazurowski, (age 68) ->
came to Rome especially as a painter of portraits and of military scenes.
Stanislaw Niewiadomski, (age 68) ->
was praised by Mr. Paderewski at the occasion of his jubilee.
Gustav Prochazka, (age 55) ->
became Patriarch of the Czechoslovakian Church.
Robert Reiter, (age 28) ->
became Chief Editor of the "Banater Deutsche Zeitung"
Husrew Bey Ridvanbeyaglu, (age 39) ->
became a Minister in Sofia.
Mihal Sherko, (age 40) ->
became Chief editor of the magazine "Shqiptar-ja".
Otto Strandman, (age 52) ->
became a Minister to Poland.