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  • Katsiyiannis was born in [[1915]] and played for [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]] from [[1938]] until [[1940]]. [[Category:1915 births|Katsiyiannis, Lazaros]]
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  • Pavlou was born in [[1915]] and played for [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]] from [[1938]] until [[1940]]. [[Category:1915 births|Pavlou, Kostas]]
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  • Dotsikas was born in [[1915]] and played for [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]] in [[1937]], appearing in 8 o [[Category:1915 births|Dotsikas, Panagiotis]]
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  • Manettas was born in [[1915]] and played for [[AEK FC|AEK]] from [[1935]] until [[1945]]. Later in his [[Category:1915 births|Manettas, Vasilis]]
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  • Katrantzopoulos was born in [[1915]]. He was a goalkeeper for [[Iraklis FC|Iraklis]] [[Thessaloniki]] in the [ [[Category:1915 births|Katrantzopoulos, Angelos]]
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  • Smolenskis also served as Minister of the Military. He died in [[1915]]. [[Category:1842 births|Smolenskis, Konstantinos]]
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  • '''Vassilis Tsitsanis''' (Βασίλης Τσιτσάνης) ([[January 18]], [[1915]] - [[January 18]], [[1984]]) is considered the finest [[rebetika]] compose Tsitsanis was born in the city of [[Trikala]] in 1915. His best-known songs include:
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  • ...Prime Minister of Greece]] from [[March 10]], [[1915]] to [[August 23]], [[1915]] and [[April 8]], [[1921]] to [[May 16]], [[1922]]. He was the right-wing ...izelos]]|after=[[Eleftherios Venizelos]]|years=March 10, 1915 - August 23, 1915}}
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  • Kontoulis was born in [[Piraeus]] in [[1915]]. He started playing [[football (soccer)|football]] in [[1931]] for local [[Category:1915 births|Kontoulis, Spyros]]
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  • Eliopoulos was born in [[Alexandria]], Egypt on [[June 12]], [[1915]]. His father had come to Egypt from [[Peloponnesus]] and was a businessman [[Category:1915 births|Eliopoulos, Dinos]]
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  • Hadjistavridis was born in Istanbul in [[1915]] and moved to [[Piraeus]] in [[1922]] after the [[Asia Minor Disaster]]. H [[Category:1915 births|Hadjistavridis, Alekos]]
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  • He was born in [[1915]] in [[Zagora]], [[Magnesia prefecture]] and started singing in [[1936]] bu [[Category:1915 births|Gounaris, Nikos]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1915]]: [[Vic Buckingham]], one-time coach of [[Ethnikos Piraeus FC|Ethnikos Pir
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  • ...ellenic Parliament]] unconstitutional. He controversially "resurrects" the 1915 Parliament which goes down in history as "The Parliament of the Lazaroi". ==Births==
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  • *[[1915]]: Entente allies land in [[Thessaloniki]]. ==Births==
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  • *[[1915]]: Greek PM [[Alexandros Zaimis]] rejects the British proposal to enter [[W ==Births==
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  • Bitsios was born in [[1915]] in [[Alexandria]], Egypt. He studied Law and Political Science at the [[U [[Category:1915 births|Bitsios, Dimitrios]]
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  • ...ς) ([[1889]]-[[1983]]) was a native of [[Mytilene]] who went to Paris in [[1915]] at the age of eighteen to study law, but who instead became an art critic [[Category:1889 births|Teriade]]
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  • *[[1915]]: The government of [[Eleftherios Venizelos]] declares general mobilisatio ==Births==
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  • *[[1915]]: A powerful earthquake (6.6 on the Richter scale) strikes [[Ithaca]] and *[[1915]]: Gen [[Ioannis Metaxas]] issues a report to PM [[Eleftherios Venizelos]]
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  • ...Minister of Greece following the resignation of [[Alexandros Zaimis]] in [[1915]] but quit the following year. ...efore=[[Alexandros Zaimis]]|after=[[Alexandros Zaimis]]|years= November 7, 1915 - June 22, 1916}}
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  • ...s prefecture]] in the ([[Peloponnese]], [[Greece]]) on [[December 22]], [[1915]]. He was jailed in the Akronauplia prison ([[Nafplion]]) by the [[Ioannis [[Category:1915 births|Beloyiannis, Nikos]]
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  • ...zelos]]|after=[[Stephanos Skouloudis]]|years=October 7, 1915 - November 7, 1915}} [[Category:1855 births|Zaimis, Alexandros]]
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  • ...14]], he studied post-impressionist art in Paris, returning to Greece in [[1915]]. [[Category:1878 births|Parthenis, Konstantinos]]
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  • *[[1915]]: The [[Greek-American]] daily [[National Herald (newspaper)|National Hera ==Births==
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  • ==Births== *[[1915]] - [[Vasilis Tsitsanis]]
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  • ...e [[1915]] Parliament unconstitutional. He controversially brings back the 1915 Parliament which goes down in history as "The Parliament of the Lazaroi". ==Births==
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  • *[[1915]]: [[Eleftherios Venizelos]] and his political allies boycott the national ==Births==
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  • *[[1915]]: Transportation Minister under [[Dimitrios Gounaris]] [[Category:1868 births|Baltatzis, Georgios]]
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  • '''Vic F. Buckingham''' ([[October 23]], [[1915]] - [[January 26]], [[1995]]) was an English [[Football (soccer)|associatio [[Category:1915 births|Buckingham, Vic]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1915]]: [[Nikos Gatsos]], poet/writer.
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  • ...ommemorates the 1,500,000 Armenians who lost their lives between the years 1915 and 1923. ==Births==
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  • Dousmanis served as the Head of the Navy General Staff from June [[1915]] to [[1917]], however, after [[Eleftherios Venizelos]] prevailed in the "G [[Category:1868 births|Dousmanis, Sophocles]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1915]]: [[Nikos Beloyiannis]], communist official.
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  • ...is university duties in [[Athens]] at the beginning of the academic year [[1915]] - [[1916]] and remained there until he was dismissed in [[1918]], as a ro [[Category:1849 births|Karolidis, Pavlos]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1915]]: [[Vassilis Tsitsanis]], composer.
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  • *[[1915]]: [[Eleftherios Venizelos]]' [[Liberal Party]] wins 185 parliamentary seat ==Births==
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  • *[[1915]]: A powerful earthquake (6.7 on the Richter scale) strikes [[Ithaca]] and ==Births==
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  • ...e was elected to [[Hellenic Parliament|Parliament]] as an independent in [[1915]] and [[1920]]. [[Category:1842 births|Dragoumis, Stephanos]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1915]]: [[Dinos Eliopoulos]], actor
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  • Tsaldaris served under [[Dimitrios Gounaris]] as Justice Minister in [[1915]] and, between [[1920]] - [[1922]], as Interior Minister and Transportation [[Category:1868 births|Tsaldaris, Panagis]]
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  • ...Bavarian origin. He studied Law at the [[University of Athens]] and, in [[1915]], enlisted in the Police, graduating from the Police Academy in [[1920]]. [[Category:1894 births|Ewert, Angelos]]
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  • ...d as Foreign Minister of Greece between [[February 25]] and [[July 5]], [[1915]] in the government of [[Dimitrios Gounaris]]. He favoured involvement in [ [[Category:1863 births|Christakis-Zografos, Georgios]]
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  • ...politics, joining the [[Liberal Party]] of [[Eleftherios Venizelos]] in [[1915]] and elected as an MP for [[Epirus]]. He became [[Minister for National De [[Category:1853 births|Danglis, Panagiotis]]
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  • [[Image:Karatheodoris1.jpg|thumb|180px|left|Constantine Karatheodoris - 1915]] [[Category:1873 births|Karatheodoris, Constantine]]
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  • *[[1915]]: Prime Minister [[Eleftherios Venizelos]] resigns after a series of disag ==Births==
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  • ...o study at the [[University of Athens]] under [[Nikolaos Saripolos]]. In [[1915]] he was appointed to teach at the University. His very first academic treatise was his doctoral thesis in [[1915]], where he examined the constitutional right of workers to form unions. Hi
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  • ...der the banner of the [[Komma Fileleftheron|Liberal Party]]. In [[1912]]-[[1915]] and again in [[1922]] he served as Minister of Finance. [[Category:1875 births|Diomedes, Alexandros]]
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  • ==Births== [[Category:1915]]
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  • ...neutral. In a series of debates, Venizelos resigned at [[February 21]], [[1915]]. ...ragoumis]]|after=[[Dimitrios Gounaris]]|years=October 18, 1910 - March 10, 1915}}
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  • *Κούφια Καρύδια (Hollow Walnuts) - [[1915]] [[Category:1851 births|Pallis, Alexandros]]
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  • In [[1915]], Dragoumis resigned from the diplomatic corps and entered Greek politics [[Category:1878 births|Dragoumis, Ion]]
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  • ...ed to Second Lieutenant of Cavalry. He participated in the campaigns of [[1915]]-[[1916|16]] and in [[1917]] he was promoted to Captain. [[Category:1888 births|Stanotas, Georgios]]
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  • *[[1915]]: Britain calls for Greece to enter [[World War I]] on the side of the Ent ==Births==
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  • ...and worked in [[Eretria]] on the island of [[Euboea]] and [[Chalkida]] ([[1915]]). He began writing plays in 1929. He died at the age of 91 on [[January [[Category:1893 births|Skarimbas, Yiannis]]
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  • In [[1915]], he was elected for the first time to the [[Hellenic Parliament]]. After [[Category:1862 births|Sofoulis, Themistoklis]]
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  • ...Berlin, London and Florence. He served as prefect ("Nomarches") between [[1915]] and [[1917]]. [[Category:1884 births|Tsaldaris, Konstantinos]]
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  • ...bought some land in Oregon, but Kate was no homesteader. She married in [[1915]], but it ended in divorce because of her infidelities. After two more marr [[Category:1876 births||Pantages,Alexander]]
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  • ...ssed Venizelos as [[Prime Minister of Greece|Prime Minister]] in October [[1915]] due to his increasing support for the Allies, and in his stead placed a s [[Category:1868 births]]
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  • ...he war as the major issue in the elections. When Venizelos won the March [[1915]] elections he mobilised the army but was dismissed by the king. In June [[ [[Category:1871 births|Metaxas, Ioannis]]
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  • ...reeks who were being persecuted by the Turks. Returning to Somerville in [[1915]], he went to school and worked for a few years before volunteering to figh [[Category:1896 births|Dilboy, George]]
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  • [[Category:1867 births|Christomanos,Constantine]] ...«Η κερένια κούκλα» (που θα το διασκευάσει ο Παντ. Χορν σε θεατρικό έργο το 1915).
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