Vitéz Aggházy, Hungary
First lieutenant in the Austro-Hungarian Army; Seriously wounded at the end of 1914; Serbian captivity as a prisoner of war; Released as an invalid; Attached to the Russian Seat of War as a historian; Founded the Royal Hungarian War Museum in 1918 Corresponds intensively with all war museums of the world!
Gustav, Ritter von Bartels, Austria ->
Lieutenant Infantry Regiment 42; First Lieutenant; Staff Officer in Przemysl; Captain Infantry Regiment 7 ; Fought in Galicia, Russia, South Tyrol.
Leopold Caro, Poland ->
1918 Premier Lieutenant; Captain Austrian army; 1920 major; Lieutenant in the Colonel Polish army; Now Colonel of the Polish army.
Epaminondas Cavvadias, Greece ->
Instructor in the Austrian Navy, for special instruction in torpedoes; Partook in Balkan wars on destroyer "Nafkratoussa"; World War Captain of destroyer "Nik"; Since 1933 Chief of the General Staff of the Navy.
Casimir Fabrycy, Poland ->
Since 1908 service with military organization; Commander of a company of infantry; Nominated commander; Lieutenant Colonel, and commander of 4th regiment of Polish Legions; Inspector of Military School,Assistant Chief Inspector of Infantry; Commander of 3rd division of Infantry; Second Under Secretary of State Ministry of Military Affairs.
Christo Kalfoff, Bulgaria ->
Military instructor of the hereditary prince, 1914-1918; Aide-de-camp of the King Boris III., 1918-1921; General aide-de-camp of King Boris III.
Alexandre Kissioff, Bulgaria ->
Military Attaché in Belgrade 1910; Military Attaché in Bucharest 1910-1913; Chief of General Staff of cavalry division; Commander in chief of the Royal Garde 1915-1918; Inspector of Cavalry 1920-1928; Commander of gendarmerie 1928-1930; Minister for War, January 1931 up to now.
Tadeusz Lechnicki, Poland ->
War service in the Russian army; With the Polish Formations in White-Russia and Ukraine; In the Polish army; Commander of artillery battery; With the Cabinet of the Ministry of War in charge of military colonization.
Wiktor Michal Mazurowski, Poland ->
Military painter at the Court of Alexander III. and Nicolas II.; With the Russian army in the Russian-Japan War and World War as painter; Director of military museum during the bolshevik regime; In Rome specially portrait painter and of military scenes.
Constantin Moschopoulos, Greece ->
Colonel Commandant of the district of Athens and Chief of the Military Police, 1911; Colonel Commander 3rd regiment of artillery 1911-1912; General of Brigade, Commander IV. division during the Balkan War 1912; Commander General of Corps of army at Janina, February 19, 1917; General Military Governor of Corfu and Epirus during the sojourn of the Allies; Minister, General Governor of Salonica, 1922; General Commander of 3rd Division; Commanding IV. division; Army corps in the 2nd Balkan War, 1913; Chief of Military Commission of Generals.
Gustav von Myrdacz, Albania ->
Engineer-officer, in the staff of the Austrian army; Chief of staff of the military commander in Sarajevo; With the XIX. Corps he took part in the occupation of Albania; Chief of staff XIV. division, 11th and 12th Isonzo-battles, Piave; Commander of regiment in Tonale, Sieben-Gemeinden; In the Albanian army; Chief of staff of the Albanian army.
Leonidas Paraskevopoulos, Greece ->
Brigade general 1912-1916; General of division 1916; During the Turkish War in Crete 1897; Chief of the general staff in Larissa and Athens 1898/99 Chief of the Greek artillery During the first Balkan War 1912; Commander of the 10th division Evsones in the second Balkan War 1913; Organized the National Army in Salonica in September 1917; Nominated generalissimo of the Greek Army November 8, 1917; Macedonian campaign 1917/18; Chief commander of the allied armies in Salonica up to February 14, 1920; Generalissimo of the Greek Army in Smyrna, February 10 to November 8, 1920; Resigned November 1921.
Alois Prince Schönburg-Hartenstein, Austria ->
1897 major in the General Staff and Military Attaché in Berlin; President of the Red Cross; Colonel; General on the Reserve List; Went to the front as Commander of a Brigade; Retired with the rank of Colonel-General; In postwar times president of the Ex-soldiers Union Appointed Secretary of War in 1933.
Kazys Skirpa, Germany ->
Officer of the Russian Imperial army March 1916-February 1918; Volunteer with the Lithuanian army since March 20, 1918 First Lithuanian military Commander of the city of Vilna 1918; Commander of 5th infantry regiment from March 1919-September 1920; Chief of General Staff of Lithuanian army from June 1925-December 1926; First initiator of the organization of the first group of Lithuanian volunteers in Vilna in 1918 ; Fought against the Red Soviet army; Fought against the Polish and German troups of occupation in 1918-1921.
Josef Sneidarek, Czechoslovakia ->
served in the Austrian army; Fought in the Greek Turkish war, 1897; Foreign Legion, 1898-1907; In the Arabian army; North of Africa, 1914 ; Fought in the World-War, ; Against the Magyars; Against the Poles; Wounded twice in the World War.
Basil Stoica, Romania ->
October 1914 left Austro Hungarian army; Served as volunteer in the Rumanian army; Twice wounded; Volunteer in the French army; Rumanian Legion, 1917-1918.
Hermann Suida, Austria ->
Four years in the Austrian Hungarian Army; Two years front office; Two years in Gas fights.
Spyros Travlos, Greece ->
Officer candidate of artillery in Macedonian campaign against the Turks 1912/13; Campaign against Bulgaria 1913; Captain in the army 1916; Captain of the French army in Salonica, August 1916 to October 1916; Captain of National army October 1916 to December 1917 Macedonian campaign; Commander of group of howitzers under the General Kelly, 1917/18 in Strouma, Greece; Military attaché in Belgrade 1919/20; Aide-de-camp of late King Alexandre up to his death, February to September 1919; Campaign in Asia Minor 1920-1922; Promotion to Lieutenant Colonel 1922; Dismissed from the army after the catastrophe of Asia Minor.
Louis Zeyfert, Poland ->
Major Served in the Russian Navy until the revolution; Joined the Polish army in France in November 1917; Served in Aviation Corps until August 1919; May 1932 with Polish Air Lines.
Dragolioub Yerenitch, Yugoslavia ->
Lieutenant September 15, 1894; Military service up to General in the Yugoslavian Army September 6, 1923; Took part in the battles of Coumanovo, Bregalnita, Matchkov-Kamen, where he was severely wounded; Grand Chancellor of the Royal Yugoslavian Orders since 1931.