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  1. 3 giorni fa · Cretan Revolt. Theriso revolt. Eleftherios Kyriakou Venizelos ( Greek: Ελευθέριος Κυριάκου Βενιζέλος, romanized : Eleuthérios Kyriákou Venizélos, pronounced [elefˈθeri.os cirˈʝaku veniˈzelos]; 23 August [ O.S. 11 August] 1864 [1] – 18 March 1936) was a Cretan Greek statesman and prominent leader of the Greek ...

  2. 3 giorni fa · On 8 April 1944, Tsouderis resigned and George appointed the liberal Sophoklis Venizelos. However, when Venizelos is discovered to have been involved in the mutiny, George appoints Georgios Papandreou as Prime Minister and Papandreou selects a Cabinet made up of multiple republican ministers.

  3. 3 giorni fa · Two months after Venizelos' government was proclaimed, the Kingdom of Greece was replaced by the Second Hellenic Republic on 25 March 1924, Greece's national independence day. Two and a half weeks later, the democratically conducted 1924 Greek republic referendum occurred, confirming the abolition of the monarchy and officially removed George as Greece's head of state and Paul as the Crown ...

  4. 23 mar 2024 · Theriso revolt 23 March – 25 November 1905. The revolt was led by the Cretan politician Eleftherios Venizelos and is named after his mother's native village, Theriso, the focal point of the revolt. The revolt stemmed from the dispute between Venizelos and the island's ruler, Prince George of Greece, over the island's future, particularly over ...

  5. 3 apr 2024 · Aeroporto internazionale Eleftherios Venizelos Atene (ATH) Partenze. La scheda informativa contiene l'ora esatta locale di partenza, i dati effettivi sui ritardi e le cancellazioni dei voli in tempo reale.

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  6. 31 mar 2024 · Stavros Venizelos officially assumed his duties in a ceremony at Canberra’s Government House on Friday, presenting his credentials as Ambassador. “I feel proud and fortunate to represent ...

  7. 27 mar 2024 · Konstantinos Mitsotakis (born October 18, 1918, Chaniá, Crete, Greece—died May 29, 2017) was the prime minister of Greece from 1990 to 1993. Mitsotakis came from a political family; his father and grandfathers were members of parliament, and the statesman Eleuthérios Venizélos was his uncle. Mitsotakis studied law and economics in Athens.