Prince Constantine Karadja (1906-1908)
After leaving the College he qualified as a barrister. He then became Romanian Consul at Budapest from 1920-25, followed by Consul General of Romania in Berlin from 1931-41 and director of the Konsularabteilung in the State Department of Romania from 1941-44. It was his role during WW2 that brought him to prominence, as he issued hundreds of Romanian visas to German Jews in Berlin, France and Hungary during this period. A Rememberance Service was held in the College Chapel on 6 January 2009, just after the centenary of him leaving the College.