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  • ...Vlachos''' (Greek Ελένη Βλάχου - [[Eleni Vlachou]] the feminine form), ([[1911]] - [[1995]]), was a [[Greece|Greek]] newspaper woman, the editor and, afte Eleni Vlachou was born in [[Athens]] on [[December 18]], [[1911]]. was noted for her opposition to the [[Junta]] that ruled Greece between
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  • Born in [[1911]], '''Nikiforos Vikelidis''' was the middle of the three Vikelidis brothers [[Category:1911 births|Vikelidis, Nikiforos]]
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  • Kitsos was born in [[1911]], played for [[Aris FC|Aris]] [[Thessaloniki]] and was a member of the [[1 [[Category:1911 births|Kitsos, Nikos]]
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  • Papanikolaou was born in [[Elefsina]] in [[1911]]. He was an athlete of Ethnikos Gymnastic Club and competed in the Olympia [[Category:1911 births|Papanikolaou, Nikolaos]]
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  • Ivanof was born in Warsaw, Poland, on [[December 14]], [[1911]]. After his father's death, his mother remarried a Greek man named Lambria [[Category:1911 births|Ivanof, Georgios]]
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  • *[[1911]]: [[Grevena]] Metropolitan Aimilianos goes missing during a tour. ==Births==
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  • Leonidas was born in [[1911]] and started his sports career, in [[track and field]], as a [[triple-jump [[Category:1911 births|Andrianopoulos, Leonidas]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1911]]: [[Antonis Migiakis]], football player and coach.
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  • *[[1911]]: The [[Battleship Georgios Averof]] is commissioned by the [[Hellenic Nav ==Births==
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  • Dianellos was born in Agios Lavrentios, [[Magnesia prefecture]] in [[1911]]. He studied Drama the Art Theatre of [[Karolos Koun]], making his stage d [[Category:1911 births|Dianellos, Lavrentis]]
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  • Born on [[October 23]], [[1911]], '''Antonis Migiakis''' was a star forward (outside-right) for [[Panathin [[Category:1911 births|Migiakis, Antonis]]
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  • ...tary under Dragoumis. He retired from the military as a Major General in [[1911]] and published his Memoirs. [[Category:1844 births|Zorbas, Nikolaos]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1911]]: [[Eleni Vlachos]], newspaper publisher
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  • *[[1911]]: [[Anorthosis Famagusta FC]] is founded. ==Births==
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  • ==Births== *[[1911]]: [[Archbishop Iakovos]] of North and South America.
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  • *[[1911]]: A major earthquake (7.1 on the Richter scale) strikes [[Thera]] and the ==Births==
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  • ==Births== *[[1911]]: [[Georgios Ivanof]], athlete, resistance fighter.
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  • *[[1911]]: Serious debates take place on the matter of the [[Greek language]]. Univ ==Births==
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  • '''Alexandros Papadiamantis''' ([[March 3]], [[1851]] - [[January 3]], [[1911]]) was a [[Greece|Greek]] writer. He died from pneumonia. [[Category:1851 births]]
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  • *[[1911]]: The [[Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople]] closes all churches un ==Births==
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