- 1895: Nikolaos Deligiannis forms a government.
- 1912: A powerful earthquake (6.8 on the Richter scale) strikes Kefalonia and the surrounding area.
- 1913: The first ever combat mission involving naval forces or naval aviation in the world! First Lieutenant Mihail Moutousis and Ensign Aristides Moraitinis not only bombarded the Turkish Navy in the Bay of Nagara, they also reported the location of Turkish ships to the commander of the Hellenic Navy located in Moudros, Limnos. The mission took 2 hours 20 minutes, and the distance traveled totaled some 180 kilometers.
- 1915: Britain calls for Greece to enter World War I on the side of the Entente allies in exchange for territory in Asia Minor.
- 1963: Crown Prince Constantine of Greece and Princess Anna Maria of Denmark get engaged.
- 1994: The Revolutionary Organization 17 November assassinate Michalis Vranopoulos, former governor of the National Bank.
- 2001: Greek President Kostis Stephanopoulos visits the Vatican and meets Pope John Paul II.
- 1994: Gymnast Ioannis Melissanidis takes the PSAT award. The young champion received accolades when he dedicated the gold medal he earned at the European Juniors to the memory of his friend turkish gymnast Murat Kanbas who died in a car accident before the games. For this gesture he was awarded the Ipekci prize.
- 1998: Krzysztof Warzycha scores his 182nd League goal against Apollon Athens earning first place on Panathinaikos' all-time scoring list. Antonis Antoniadis had previously held the record with 181.
- 2005: Nikos Mourkakos, one of the top administrative managers of Ethnikos for almost 40 years, since 1950, and the first sportscaster of the Military Forces Radio (ΥΕΝΕΔ), broadcasting football matches every Sunday from 1954 to 1963, dies at the age of 82. In parallel, he wrote lines for many commercially successful folk songs.
- 2009: Sophocles Pilavios is elected Chairman of the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO).
- 1959: Neocles Silikiotis, Cypriot politician
- 1962: Argyris Kambouris, basketball player.
- 1975: Charis Papadias, athlete (100m)
- 1985: Elias Iliou, Greek politician leader of the United Democratic Left.
- 2005: Nikos Mourkakos, top administrative manager of Ethnikos, the first sportscaster of the Military Forces Radio (ΥΕΝΕΔ) and successful lyricist of folk songs.
- 2012: Theodoros Angelopoulos, film maker
- 2015: Demis Roussos, singer