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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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  • ...[[Velestino]]. This was the only Greek victory in the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]]. *Births: [[Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza]], politician, writer ([[1910]]), [[Theodoros
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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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  • *[[1897]]: [[Crete|Cretans]] battled against Turks in [[Ierapetra]]. *Births: [[Apostolos Santas]], [[Greek Resistance|Greek Resistance]] ([[1922]]); [[
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  • *"Ο Ζητιάνος" (The beggar) - 1897 *"Παλιές Αγάπες (1885-1897)" (By-gone loves (1885-1897)) - 1900
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  • *Births: [[Jim Londos]], Greek-American Professional Wrestler ([[1897]])
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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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  • *[[1897]]: 1,500 Greek troops, under [[Timoleon Vassos]], landed in [[Crete]] to ai *Births: [[Telly Savalas]], Greek-American actor ([[1924]]), [[Phaedon Georgitsis]]
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  • *Births: [[Georgios Grivas]], military figure and commander of [[EOKA]] ([[1897]]).
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  • ...aximus V of Constantinople|Maximus V]], [[Patriarch of Constantinople]] ([[1897]]), [[Vasilis Chatzipanagis]], footballer ([[1954]])
    996 bytes (111 words) - 15:35, October 22, 2008
  • ...[[Velestino]]. This was the only Greek victory in the [[Greco-Turkish War (1897)]]. ==Births==
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