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- February 16: The Greeks of Northern Epirus form a government under Georgios Christakis-Zografos.
- February 17: Northern Epirus is proclaimed independent by local Greeks.
- March 2: The Greek Army leaves the Chimara area. The Albanians attack the village Vounoi. They are repelled.
- March 7: The Northern Epirus forces defeat the Albanian Army at Kodra.
- March 15: Northern Epirus forces attack the Albanian Army forcing them out of Kleisoura.
- March 20: The local Greeks of Korytsa liberate their town from the Albanian occupiers.
- March 24: The Albanian Army recaptures Korytsa from local Greek rebels.
- March 25: The sports club of Aris Thessaloniki is founded
- April 9: Albanian troops are repelled by Northern Epirus Greeks at Piliouri.
- April 12: The Greek Army completes the evacuation of Northern Epirus.
- April 12: An Albanian unit is decimated by Cretan volunteers at Logara, Northern Epirus.
- April 18: The Albanian Army occupies fort Busi on the Chimara - Agioi Saranta road.
- April 25: The Northern Epirus Army, after a 3-day battle, routs the Albanian Army who flee leaving 500 dead on the battlefield. The government of Albania agrees to negotiate with the Northern Epirus government accepting all their interim demands.
- April 26: Negotiations start at Corfu.
- May 5: The Protocol of Corfu is signed. Greece, Albania and the Great Powers recognise Northern Epirus' Greek character and accept its autonomy. The religious, linguistic and educational rights of its population are established.
- October 14: Greek troops re-occupy Northern Epirus, on request of the Entente Allies, during World War I.
- October 17: A powerful earthquake (6.0 on the Richter scale) strikes Thebes, Boeotia and the surrounding area.
- November 5: Britain annexes Cyprus.
- November 27: Damaging earthquakes strike Lefkada, causing 16 fatalities.