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  • Zacharopoulos was born on [[December 29]], [[1897]] in [[Agioi Pantes (Phocis)|Agioi Pantes]], [[Phocis prefecture]]. As an a [[Category:1897 births|Zacharopoulos, Georgios]]
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  • ...: The Greek government declares war on Turkey and the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]] begins. ...[[Velestino]]. This was the only Greek victory in the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]].
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  • ...skis''' was a [[Greece|Greek]] military figure of the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]]. During the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]], his 3rd Brigade was the only unit that recorded a victory against the T
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  • Negrepontis was born in Istanbul in [[1897]]. After starting his football career in Turkey and also playing in France, [[Category:1897 births|Negrepontis, Kostas]]
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  • He was born in the village of Kechrianika, [[Laconia prefecture]] in [[1897]]. After graduating military school, he saw action in [[World War I]] and t [[Category:1897 births|Davakis, Konstantinos]]
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  • ...: The Greek government declares war on Turkey and the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]] begins. ===Births===
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  • Oikonomou-Gouras was born in [[1897]]. He entered the diplomatic corps in [[1921]]. He served, among other post [[Category:1897 births|Oikonomou-Gouras]]
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  • '''Thrasyvoulos Tsakalotos''' ([[1897]]-[[1989]]) was a [[Greece|Greek]] military figure of the [[20th Century]]. Tsakalotos was born in [[Preveza]], [[Epirus]], in [[1897]]. At age 13 he left for [[Alexandria]], Egypt, joining his elder brother.
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  • ...orced to retreat into the city of [[Arta]] during the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]]. ==Births==
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  • *"Ο Ζητιάνος" (The beggar) - 1897 *"Παλιές Αγάπες (1885-1897)" (By-gone loves (1885-1897)) - 1900
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  • ...eligiannis]]|after=[[Alexandros Zaimis]]|years=April 30, 1897 - October 3, 1897}} [[Category:1844 births|Rallis, Dimitrios]]
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  • Maximus was born on [[October 26]], [[1897]] in [[Sinope]] on the Black Sea. His surname in the world was Vaportzis. H [[Category:1897 births]]
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  • ...and saw action in the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)|Greco-Turkish War]] of [[1897]], the [[Balkan Wars]], [[WW I]], the [[Crimean Expedition]] and the [[Grec [[Category:1870 births|Gargalidis, Panagiotis]]
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  • ...[[Velestino]]. This was the only Greek victory in the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]]. ==Births==
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  • ...school teacher, his career briefly interrupted by the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]]. His writing occurred over a period of 40 years and included works such [[Category:1867 births|Travlantonis, Antonis]]
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  • ...Macedonian Struggle]], avoiding a repeat of the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)|1897 disaster]] while covertly supporting the struggle and the [[Evangelika]] co [[Category:1844 births|Theotokis, Georgios]]
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  • ...Minor]]. He joined the military and took part in the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]], the [[Balkan Wars]] and [[World War I]]. [[Category:1860 births|Paraskevopoulos, Leonidas]]
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  • ...ic Parliament]] in [[1879]] and served as: Interior Minister ([[1895]] - [[1897]], [[1902]] - [[1903]] and [[1905]]) and Minister of the Miltary ([[1904]] [[Category:1850 births|Mavromichalis, Kiriakoulis]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1897]] - [[Vangelis Papazoglou]]
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  • *[[1897]]: The decision to establish [[SEGAS]] is published by the government. ==Births==
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  • ...[[Athens]], France and Belgium and saw action in the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]]. [[Category:1844 births|Zorbas, Nikolaos]]
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  • *[[1897]]: 1,500 Greek troops, under [[Timoleon Vassos]], land in [[Crete]] to aid ==Births==
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  • ...uring the [[Crete|Cretan]] revolt of [[1866]] and the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]]. [[Category:1833 births|Bayraktaris, Dimitrios]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1897]]: [[Jim Londos]], Greek-American Professional Wrestler
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  • ...[[Patra]]. He entered the Military Academy in [[1892]] and graduated in [[1897]]. [[Category:1876 births|Gonatas, Stylianos]]
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  • ...97]], he enlisted in the Greek Army and fought in the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)|Greco-Turkish War]]. [[Category:1878 births|Dragoumis, Ion]]
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  • ...strous war policy to some extent against his will caused his fall in April 1897, the king again dismissing him from office when he declined to resign. Deli ...s Deligiannis]]|after=[[Dimitrios Rallis]]|years=June 11, 1895 - April 30, 1897}}
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  • *[[1897]]: A Peace treaty is signed ending the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]] ==Births==
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  • *[[1897]]: [[Crete|Cretans]] battle against Turks in [[Ierapetra]]. ==Births==
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  • ==Births== *[[1897]]: [[Georgios Zacharopoulos]], athlete ([[javelin throw]])
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  • *[[1897]]: The decision to establish [[SEGAS]] is signed. ==Births==
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  • *[[1897]]: 28 athletic clubs are assembled in Panellinios. The next day the decisio ==Births==
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  • ==Births== *[[1897]]: [[Georgios Grivas]], military figure and commander of [[EOKA]].
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  • In [[1897]], [[Constantine V of Constantinople|Bishop Constantine]] was elected Patri [[Category:1867 births|Chrysostom, Bishop of Smyrna]]
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  • ...Iliopoulos'') was born in the village of [[Philiatra]], [[Messinia]] in [[1897]] and died in Kyparissia in [[1985]]. [[Category:1987 births|Eliopoulos, Panagiotis]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1897]]: [[Maximus V of Constantinople|Maximus V]], [[Patriarch of Constantinople
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  • *[[1897]]: First [[athletics]] championships organized by [[Panellinios Gymnastic C ==Births==
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  • ...ng the Schneider-Dangli Gun in [[1893]]. During the [[Greco-Turkish War of 1897]] he served as chief of staff of I Brigade in the [[Epirus]] sector. As a L [[Category:1853 births|Danglis, Panagiotis]]
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  • ...|before=[[Dimitrios Rallis]]|after=[[Georgios Theotokis]]|years=October 3, 1897 - April 14, 1899}} [[Category:1855 births|Zaimis, Alexandros]]
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  • In [[1897]], he became President of [[Panellinios Gymnastic Club]] and helped in the [[Category:1851 births|Lampros, Spiridon]]
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  • ...n Colonel in the Greek army. He was born on [[June 5]], ([[May 23]] OS), [[1897]] in [[Lefkosia]] but was raised in his ancestral village of [[Trikomo]] th [[Category:1897 births|Grivas, Georgios]]
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  • ...ed in the Greek Navy and distinguished himself in the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]]. In [[1900]], he captained the war ship "Miaoulis" across the Atlantic t [[Category:1855 births|Kountouriotis, Pavlos]]
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  • In [[1897]], he volunteered for and fought in the Cretan Revolt. He later became an a [[Category:1861 births|Zymvrakakis, Emmanouil]]
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  • ...ge Rallis, was five times Prime Minister of Greece, for short periods in [[1897]], [[1903]], [[1905]], [[1909]] and [[1921]]. His son, [[Ioannis Rallis]] ( [[Category:1918 births|Rallis, George]]
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  • ...Parnassida]] an area near [[Amfissa]] in [[Fokida]] on [[September 28]], [[1897]]. He later visited [[Aigio]] and settled in [[Patras]]. Later, Skarimbas [[Category:1893 births|Skarimbas, Yiannis]]
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  • In [[1897]], Palamas was made Secretary of [[Athens University]]. The position provid [[Category:1859 births|Palamas, Kostis]]
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  • * Dakin, Douglas: "The Greek Struggle in Macedonia 1897-1913" Thessaloniki, 1966 ISBN 960-8303-2-6 [[Category:1880 births|Agras, Tellos]]
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  • ...and protests on the island. A Greek force arrived to annex the island in [[1897]] and the Great Powers acted, occupying the island and dividing into Britis [[Category:1869 births|George of Greece, Prince]]
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  • '''Christopher Theophelus''' was born on [[January 2]], [[1897]] in [[Koutsopodi]], a village near [[Argos]], [[Greece]]. A strong athlete [[Category:1897 births|Londos,Jim]]
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  • ...from the public domain Easton's Bible Dictionary, originally published in 1897. [[Category:358 BC births]]
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  • ...Born in [[Ithaca]], Metaxas was a career soldier, first seeing action in [[1897]] fighting the Turkish army in the [[Thessaly|Thessalian]] campaign. Follow [[Category:1871 births|Metaxas, Ioannis]]
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  • ...ecame prominent during the Cretan uprising against the Ottoman Empire in [[1897]] during which time he led an anti-Ottoman force in an effort to attain uni [[Category:1864 births|Venizelos, Eleftherios]]
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  • ...ted from [[Gargalianoi]], [[Messinia]], [[Greece]] to the United States in 1897 and owned a restaurant. He would become a Baltimore Democratic ward leader [[Category:1918 births|Agnew, Spiro]]
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  • ...nverted 70,000 pagans (cf. F. Nau, in ''Revue de l'orient chretien'', ii., 1897, 482). Other peoples also accepted Christianity: the Heruli ([[Procopius]], ...ome by burning, others by drowning (F. Nau, in ''Revue de l'orient'', ii., 1897, p. 481).
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