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  • ...'' was a [[Greeks|Greek]] [[football (soccer)|football]] player, born in [[1919]]. He was a winger, first for Aris [[Nikaia]] ([[1936]] - [[1943]]) and aft [[Category:1919 births|Apostolopoulos, Mimis]]
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  • '''Metropolitan Panteleimon (Karanikolas)''' was born in [[1919]] in [[Kranidi]], [[Ermioni province|Ermionida]]. [[Category: 1919 births|Panteleimon (Karanikolas) of Corinth, Metropolitan]]
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  • '''Adamantios Androutsopoulos''' ([[1919]] - [[10 November]] [[2000]]) was a lawyer, professor, and the [[Prime Mini [[Category:1919 births|Androutsopoulos, Adamantios]]
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  • ...in [[1919]], Perpiniadis joined up and fought in the [[Greco-Turkish War (1919 - 1922)]]. [[Category:1899 births|Perpiniadis, Stellakis]]
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  • *[[1919]]: The Greek Army enters [[Ayvali]]. ==Births==
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  • Tsaousakis was born Prodromos Moutafoglou in Istanbul in [[1919]]. The family settled in [[Thessaloniki]] in [[1923]], after the [[Asia Min [[Category:1919 births|Tsaousakis, Prodromos]]
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  • ...nikos''' ([[Greek language|Greek]]: Μανώλης Ανδρόνικος) ([[October 23]], [[1919]] – [[March 30]], [[1992]]) was a [[Greece|Greek]] archaeologist. He [[Category:1919 births|Andronikos, Manolis]]
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  • *[[1919]]: The second phase of the Pontian genocide begins as Mustafa Kemal Pasha l ==Births==
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  • ...ithdrew from the USSR, Frizis went on to serve in the [[Greco-Turkish War (1919 - 1922)]]. There, he was promoted to Lieutenant but was taken prisoner by t [[Category:1893 births|Frizis, Mordechai]]
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  • He was born in [[1919]] in the village of Gravia, [[Phthiotis prefecture]]. Having distinguished [[Category:1919 births|Makarezos, Nikolaos]]
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  • ==Births== *Date Unknown: [[Aristides Stergiadis]], High Commissioner of [[Smyrna]] ([[1919]]-[[1922]])
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  • ...led two divisions of the A' Army Corps that landed in Crimea in January [[1919]]. The Greek troops were attached to the French Army in the sector. Afterwards, Major General Nider took part in the [[Greco-Turkish War (1919-1922)]]. In its aftermath, he headed the [[Army of Thrace]].
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  • ==Births== *[[1919]]: [[Manolis Andronikos]], archaeologist
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  • ...edition]] and the [[Greco-Turkish War (1919-1922)|Greco-Turkish War]] of [[1919]] - [[1922]]. [[Category:1870 births|Gargalidis, Panagiotis]]
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  • *[[1919]]: Greek forces battle Bolsheviks at Vaslinovo and Berezovka during the [[U == Births ==
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  • ...chief during the [[Greco-Turkish War (1919-1922)|Graeco-Turkish War]] of [[1919]]-[[1922]]. [[Category:1859 births|Papoulas, Anastasios]]
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  • ...tafa Kemal Pasa, resisted the terms of the treaty and [[Greco-Turkish War (1919-1922)|war]] broke out. [[Category:1867 births|Chrysostom, Bishop of Smyrna]]
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  • ...thens]] in [[1887]], the daughter of politician [[Spyridon Lambros]]. In [[1919]], she married conservative politician [[Panagis Tsaldaris]]. After her hus [[Category:1887 births|Tsaldari, Lina]]
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  • ...made Commander in Chief of the Greek forces that occupied [[Smyrna]] in [[1919]]. Under his command, the Greek Army successfully extended their occupation [[Category:1860 births|Paraskevopoulos, Leonidas]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1919]]: [[Andreas Papandreou]], politician
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