Andersen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Since 1920 he is the President of the Committee for the exchange of the Greek and Turkish Populations.
Eftim Baba, Istanbul, Turkey ->
was Orthodox Church precentor up to 1913 and since 1914 a priest. He distributed food supplies during the famine in Anatolia. Up to 1918 he was with the government occupied with the affairs of the Orthodox population. After the armistice the Patriarchat of Fener proclaimed the adhesion of the Orthodox Turks to Greece; this decision had been submitted to us but I refused to accept it, considering it as an act of insurrection and I declared the separation of the Orthodox Turks from the Greek Church in 1919. I participated in the revolution of Kemal Pasha and I founded a new provisionary church in Ankara and began to form the religious part of the movement. Definitive separation from Greece was proclaimed in 1922. I remain the Chief of the Orthodox Turks now as in the past. Since 1924 I am in Istanbul.
Grigorije Bozovic, Belgrade, Yugoslavia ->
went to High School in Russia. He was a Turkish citizen until 1912 and during that time he was a member of Yugoslavian-Turkish Party. He started out as a Professor, later became Prefect of the county, then Inspector of the Ministry; and he was a Member of Parliament until 1929.
Charalambos Kossivar, Athens, Greece ->
is the Department Manager of the Turkish and Greek Population Exchange since August 1932.
Achille Lambros, Athens, Greece ->
As a member of the committee for the establishment of the Greek refugees coming over from Asia-Minor and Thracia after the defeat of the Hellenic army in Asia-Minor, he collaborated together with his colleagues from Netherlands, America and England who were also nominated by the League of Nations. They have been successful to accomplishing the very great task to settle about one million and a half of refugees over the whole Greek territory.