Who is Who in Central & East Europe 1933

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Henryk Arctowski, Poland ->
During the war he prepared reports on Poland for the Peace Conference.

Leo, Baron Chlumecky, Austria and France ->
was a Confederate Advocate to Archiduke Francis Ferdinand and he was on the diplomatic mission to the French Legation in Berne to get favorable peace terms for Austro-Hungaria.

Henryk Loewenherz, Poland ->
was the deputy for the Polish population of East-Little-Poland to the Conference of Peace of Versailles and Saint-Germain.

Alexandre Malinoff, Bulgaria ->
In 1918 he formed a 2nd Cabinet and concluded a separate peace with the allies.

Jon (Jean) Pillat, Rumania ->
was secretary of the Rumanian delegation of Transylvania to the conference of peace in Paris.

Kaarel Robert Pusta, Estonia ->
was a delegate of the Estonian delegation at the Peace Conference of San Remo in 1920 and at the Conference of the Baltic States in Riga in 1920.

Ahmed Zogu, Albania ->
The constituent assembly elected him President of the Republic on the 31st of January 1925. Zogu I. brought absolute peace to the country and established a firm regime which was recognized by all the civilized world.