Who is Who in Central & East Europe 1933


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Nicola Alexiev, Bulgaria ->
Christian youth movement.

Pericles Argyropoulo, politician, Greece ->
Revolutionary movement in Salonica

Stephen von Bernat, Vice-President of the Hungarian National Bank; Professor, Hungary ->
Cooperative movement for the peasants

Felicie Bortkiewicz, Responsible editor of the newspaper "Lietuvos Zinios", Lithuania ->
Lithuanian movement

Richard Nicolaus Coudenhove-Kalergi, Doctor of Philosophy, Austria ->
Paneuropean Movement

Hélène d'Abancourt de Franqueville, author, librarian; Poland ->
Paneuropean Movement; Movement for the emancipation of women

Jean Djonovitch, Minister Plenipotentiary of Yugoslavia at Tirana, Albania ->
Revolutionary movement against the regime of the late King Nicolas of Montenegro

Louise Dobrzynska-Rybicka, Extra-ordinary Professor, University of Poznan, librarian University Library, Poland ->
National movement under the German regime; the movement of independence

Koloman von Doroghy, Lawyer, Hungary ->
Roman Catholic movement

Haim Farchy, Chemist, Bulgaria ->
Zionist movement

Nathan Michael Gelber, Author, Austria ->
Zionist Movement

Hanna Gregorová-Tajovská, Authoress, Czechoslovakia ->
Movements and questions affecting the position of women

Franz Keresztes-Fischer, Doctor of Law; Royal Minister for Home Affairs, Hungary ->
Popular movement to liberate Pècs from the Yugoslavians

Marcell Komor, Architect, Hungary ->
Movement for a national Hungarian style of architecture

Panto Krekic, Vice Director of the Office of Labourers Insurance, Yugoslavia ->
Movement of Bosnian labour

Stephan Kyroff, Ordinary Professor of Public Law, Bulgaria ->
Peace movement in Bulgaria

Stanislas Mackiewicz, Journalist, Poland ->
Conservative movement of Northern-Poland

Arnold Makowski-Sarjusz, Professor of Geology and Paleontology, Poland ->
Prewar Polish democratic movement for liberty in Russia

Louis (Markous Ludwik) Marcoussis, Artist painter; and engraver, France ->
Cubist movement

Demeter Maximos, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Greece ->
Venizelist movement

Spyros Melas, Man of letters; dramatical writer, Greece ->
Literary movement in foreign countries

Julius Mogan, Doctor of Law; Lawyer, Yugoslavia ->
Movement to join Fiume to Yugoslavia

Jon Pelivan, City Councillor; Minister; Advocate, Romania ->
Revolutionary movements in Moldavia, Movement for the liberation of Bessarabia

Gustav Prochazka, Patriarch-Bishop of Czechoslovakian Church, Czechoslovakia ->
Modernist Movement of the Roman Catholic Church

Janko Sakasoff, Journalist; Deputy of Sobranjé, Bulgaria ->
Democracy movement

Janis Seskis, Chief of Press Service, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Latvia ->
Revolutionary movement

Ladislas Sikorski (de Kopaszyna), General of army, Poland ->
Secret movement for Polish independence in Galicia

Artur Sliwinski, Historian, man of letters, Poland ->
Polish Socialist movement

Basil Stoica, Minister Plenipotentiary, Avrig, department, Romania ->
Rumania movement in the U.S.A.

Alexander Stulhofer, Lawyer, Yugoslavia ->
Serbo-Croatian youth movement

Jaan Tönisson, State Official; Editor in Chief of "Postimes, Estonia" ->
Estonian Cooperative movement, Estonian National movement

Panaghis Tsaldaris, Greek Prime Minister, Greece ->
Venizelist movement

Gustav Vejsicky, Engineer, Czechoslovakia ->
Reform movement for the building of apartments