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- January 7: The mutilated corpse of builder Dimitrios Athanasopoulos is found. This, one of the most heinous crimes in Greek annals, was later discovered to be the work of Athanasopoulos' wife and his mother-in-law.
- October 3: Turkish PM Ismet Inonu visits Athens.
- October 4: Aris hand Panathinaikos their worst defeat ever in the Greek Football Cup 7-2.
- October 4: Nikolaos Papanikolaou breaks the Greek record for the high jump with 1.89m.
- October 9: Salaries of Public employees are slashed between 4% and 6%.
- October 17: Metropolitan of Kition, Nikodimos Milonas, calls for protests throughout Cyprus against British policies on the island.
- October 21: Thousands of Cypriots march on the governor's mansion in Lefkosia and set it afire.
- October 31: PM Eleftherios Venizelos recalls Consul General Alexis Kyrou from Cyprus. The Greek consul had shown open support to the Cypriots protesting against British rule.
- November 8: AEK become the winner of the first Greek Cup competition after prevailing over Aris with a 5-3 score at a final game played at Leoforos Alexandras Stadium.
- May 20: George Vasiliou, Cypriot politician and President.
- May 21: Giorgos Kamaras, footballer
- May 30: Gerasimos Arsenis, politician
- August 5: Billy Bingham, former coach of Greek National Football Team
- August 29: Stelios Kazantzidis, singer
- Date Unknown: Voula Zoumboulaki, actress
- November 12: Andreas Zakos, EOKA fighter
- November 29: Rigas Efsthathiadis athlete (pole vault)
- November 29: Yiannis Karabesinis, laika composer and songwriter.
- Leon Karapanagiotis, newspaper publisher