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== Events ==
 
== Events ==
 
===January===
 
===January===
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*[[January 2]]: A Greek, Giorgos Flamouridis, hijacks an [[Olympic Airways]] DC-6Β, forcing the pilot to take the aircraft to Cairo.
 
*[[January 31]]: The Central Committee of the [[Communist Party of Greece]] purges Antonis Brillakis and Babis Drakopoulos.
 
*[[January 31]]: The Central Committee of the [[Communist Party of Greece]] purges Antonis Brillakis and Babis Drakopoulos.
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===February===
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*[[February 5]]: [[Glafkos Clerides]] announces the formation of a new conservative party in [[Cyprus]] the [[United Nationalist Alignment]] (Eniaio) Party.
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*[[February 18]]: The [[Junta]]'s Minister of the Interior, [[Stylianos Pattakos]], rules out the possibility of municipal elections in the near future.
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*[[February 23]]: ex-King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia dies in Greece where he had been living since he was ousted by his brother Faisal.
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===March===
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*[[March 14]]: [[April 21]] becomes a national holiday.
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===May===
 
===May===
 
*[[May 30]]:  The first Greek policewomen go on duty.
 
*[[May 30]]:  The first Greek policewomen go on duty.
 
===June===
 
===June===
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*[[June 6]]: [[Alekos Panagoulis]] escapes from [[Bogiati]] prison.
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*[[June 25]]: Greece win the 24th [[CISM]] [[football (soccer)|football]] championship as their opponents in the final - Algeria - walk off the pitch in the 80th minute.
 
*[[June 27]]: [[Michail Stasinopoulos]] is forced by the [[Junta]] to resign his position as President of the [[Conseil d' Etat (Greece)|Council of the State]]. After the restoration of democracy, Stasinopoulos will serve as President of Greece.
 
*[[June 27]]: [[Michail Stasinopoulos]] is forced by the [[Junta]] to resign his position as President of the [[Conseil d' Etat (Greece)|Council of the State]]. After the restoration of democracy, Stasinopoulos will serve as President of Greece.
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===July===
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*[[July 31]]: The Greek state starts to issue pensions for distinguished retired writers and actors.
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===August===
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*[[August 16]]: A Greek couple - Dr. Vasilis Tsironis and his wife - hijack an [[Olympic Airways]] DC-3, forcing the pilot to land in Vlore, Albania.
  
 
=== October ===
 
=== October ===
 
*[[October 15]] - The Greek television covers for the first time a football match held in Greece. The [[National Football Team]] beat Switzerland 4-1 for the World Cup qualifying round. [[Giorgos Koudas]], [[Vasilis Botinos]] (2) and [[Giorgos Sideris]] score the goals.
 
*[[October 15]] - The Greek television covers for the first time a football match held in Greece. The [[National Football Team]] beat Switzerland 4-1 for the World Cup qualifying round. [[Giorgos Koudas]], [[Vasilis Botinos]] (2) and [[Giorgos Sideris]] score the goals.
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=== November ===
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*[[November 27]]: Two Jordanians attack the offices of El Al in [[Athens]] with hand grenades, killing a Greek boy, Giorgos Nastos.
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===December===
 
===December===
 
*[[December 5]]:  A pacemaker is implanted for the first time in a heart patient in [[Greece]].
 
*[[December 5]]:  A pacemaker is implanted for the first time in a heart patient in [[Greece]].
 
*[[December 8]]: An [[Olympic Airlines|Olympic Airways]] Douglas DC-6 crashes near [[Keratea]], [[Athens]]. All 90 passengers and crew (85 passengers and 5 crew members) perish.
 
*[[December 8]]: An [[Olympic Airlines|Olympic Airways]] Douglas DC-6 crashes near [[Keratea]], [[Athens]]. All 90 passengers and crew (85 passengers and 5 crew members) perish.
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*[[December 15]]: Two German serial killers - Hermann Duft and Hans Bassenauer - are executed, by firing squad, for the murder of six Greeks.
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*[[December 21]]: [[OFI FC|OFI]] defeat [[PAOK FC|PAOK]] 3-1 for the Greek soccer league. '''All 4 goals''' are scored with '''headers'''
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*[[December 21]]: Three Arabs unsuccessfully attempt to hijack a TWA plane in [[Athens]].
  
 
==Births==
 
==Births==
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===January===
 
*[[January 4]]: [[Kostas Frantzeskos]], footballer.
 
*[[January 4]]: [[Kostas Frantzeskos]], footballer.
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===February===
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*[[February 10]]: [[Vasilis Borbokis]], footballer
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*[[February 11]]: [[Jennifer Aniston]], [[Greek-American]] actress.
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===March===
 
===March===
 
*[[March 16]]: [[Angelos Koronios]], [[basketball]] player
 
*[[March 16]]: [[Angelos Koronios]], [[basketball]] player
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===April===
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*[[April 5]]: [[Dinos Angelidis]], basketball player.
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*[[April 24]]: [[Elias Atmatzidis]], footballer.
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===June===
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*[[June 15]]: [[Nasos Galakteros]], basketball player
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*[[June 16]]: [[Stavros Tsitouras]], [[pole vault]]er
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===July===
 
===July===
 
*[[July 13]]: [[Kakhi Kakhiasvili]], weightlifter
 
*[[July 13]]: [[Kakhi Kakhiasvili]], weightlifter
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*[[July 22]]: [[Despina Vandi]], singer
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===September===
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*[[September 14]]: [[Kostas Koukodimos]], athlete
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===October===
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*[[October 20]]: [[Lambros Papakostas]], athlete ([[high jump]])
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*[[October 29]]: [[Giorgos Donis]], football player and coach.
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*[[October 29]]: [[Eleni Menegaki]], actress, talk-show presenter
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==Deaths==
 
==Deaths==
===March===
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===June===
*[[March 15]]: [[Yiannis Pasalidis]], politician
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*[[June 11]]: [[Rita Abatzi]], [[rebetiko]] singer.
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===July===
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*[[July 19]]: [[Stratis Myrivilis]], author
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===August===
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*[[August 13]]: [[Aristides Papazoglou]], footballer
  
 
[[Category:Years]]
 
[[Category:Years]]
 
[[Category:1969]]
 
[[Category:1969]]

Latest revision as of 14:46, January 20, 2018

Events

January

February

March

May

  • May 30: The first Greek policewomen go on duty.

June

July

  • July 31: The Greek state starts to issue pensions for distinguished retired writers and actors.

August

  • August 16: A Greek couple - Dr. Vasilis Tsironis and his wife - hijack an Olympic Airways DC-3, forcing the pilot to land in Vlore, Albania.

October

November

  • November 27: Two Jordanians attack the offices of El Al in Athens with hand grenades, killing a Greek boy, Giorgos Nastos.

December

  • December 5: A pacemaker is implanted for the first time in a heart patient in Greece.
  • December 8: An Olympic Airways Douglas DC-6 crashes near Keratea, Athens. All 90 passengers and crew (85 passengers and 5 crew members) perish.
  • December 15: Two German serial killers - Hermann Duft and Hans Bassenauer - are executed, by firing squad, for the murder of six Greeks.
  • December 21: OFI defeat PAOK 3-1 for the Greek soccer league. All 4 goals are scored with headers
  • December 21: Three Arabs unsuccessfully attempt to hijack a TWA plane in Athens.

Births

January

February

March

April

June

July

September

October

Deaths

June

July

August