Gottlieb, Artistic painter
fought in the World War as a Polish Legionary and was for some time among the staff of Joseph Pilsudski.
Jerzy de Hulewicz, Author, painter, agriculturer ->
Now he is working in public life for the ideas of Marshal Pilsudski.
Casimiera Illakowicz, Councillor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs ->
Since May 1926 he is the private secretary to the Marshal Pilsudski.
Leon Kozlowski, Professor; President of Council of Ministries of Poland ->
In 1914 he joined the Polish Legions of Mr. Pilsudski.
Stanislas Mackiewicz, Journalist ->
In 1926 his name was read in connection with the visit of Marshal Pilsudski to Nieswiez, the residence of the Princes of Radziwill. This visit is of importance for the relations of the Marshal with the conservative circles of Poland.
Janina Reichert, Lady sculptor ->
She made a statue of the Marshal Pilsudski for the Cadets School in Lwów
Hélène Romer-Ochenkowzka, Journalist and writer ->
She worked since 1912 for the military organization of Pilsudski. During the war worked for the Legions in the hospitals and boarding stations.
Artur Sliwinski, Historian, man of letters ->
In 1922 Marshal Pilsudski entrusted him to form a cabinet, and as this cabinet did not obtain the majority of the Parliament he retired from political life.
Countess Marie Bianka Joanne Wielopolska, Writer and journalist ->
She devoted all her literary activity to the Polish independence and to the party of Marshal Pilsudski.