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  • ...that overthrew [[Panagiotis Kanellopoulos]]' government on [[April 21]], [[1967]]. ...poulos]]|after=[[George Papadopoulos]]|years=April 21, 1967 - December 13, 1967}}
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  • ...r Olympiakos Patra ([[1965]]-[[1967]]) and [[Panachaiki FC|Panachaiki]] ([[1967]]-[[1979]]). [[Category:1948 births|Stravopodis, Vasilis]]
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  • '''Konstantinos Parthenis''' ([[10 May]] [[1878]] - [[25 July]] [[1967]]) was a distinguished [[Greeks|Greek]] painter. ...his life he was paralysed and stopped painting. He died on [[July 25]], [[1967]].
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  • Bersemi was born on [[April 24]], [[1967]]. He played for Flamurtari until [[1988]] when he became one of the first [[Category:1967 births|Bersemi, Luzlim]]
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  • ...xt two years he won two championships with the red-and-whites ([[1966]], [[1967]]). He stopped playing in [[1967]] while he was still in top form.
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  • Christodoulou was born on [[August 7]], [[1967]]. He came to [[Greece]] in December [[1987]] to play for [[Panathinaikos F [[Category:1967 births|Christodoulou, Louis]]
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  • Vlachos was born on [[September 20]], [[1967]]. He played for [[Apollon Athens FC|Apollon Athens]] ([[1985]]-[[1991]]), [[Category:1967 births|Vlachos, Michalis]]
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  • ...iter and BBC Hellenic voice during the [[junta|dictatorship]] in Greece ([[1967]] - [[1974]]). ...'[[To Vima]]'' and ''[[Ta Nea]]'' newspapers from 1954-1967. In November [[1967]], she left for London, where she worked as a BBC journalist during dictato
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  • ...) was a [[Greeks|Greek]] General and member of the Military [[Junta]] of [[1967]] - [[1974]]. ...1st Army Corps and as chief of the General Army Staff. On [[April 21]], [[1967]], Colonel [[George Papadopoulos]] launched a nearly bloodless military cou
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  • ...) was a [[Greeks|Greek]] General and member of the Military [[Junta]] of [[1967]] - [[1974]]. ...ose to the rank of Lieutenant General and took part in the [[April 21]], [[1967]], coup d'etat of Colonel [[George Papadopoulos]], replacing royalist [[Gri
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  • ...streets of Athens was put into effect. During the [[Junta|dictatorship of 1967-1974]], Plytas went into self-imposed exile in England. [[Category:1910 births|Plytas, Georgios]]
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  • ...the Secretary General of Sport, [[Costas Aslanidis]], released his name in 1967 as one who had taken bribes to throw games. Vallianos denied the charges, c [[Category:1937 births|Vallianos, Kostas]]
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  • In [[1967]], Aivaliotis set the Greek record for the [[100m]] with 10.4, qualifying f ...plishments, Aivaliotis won the gold medals in the Mediterranean Games of [[1967]] in Tunis and the Balkan Games, held in that same year, in Istanbul.
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  • ...dopoulos]] and [[Nikolaos Makarezos|Makarezos]] - the three leaders of the 1967-74 Junta]] ...as a Greek military man who took part in the coup d'etat of [[21 April]] [[1967]] and, along with [[George Papadopoulos]] and [[Stylianos Pattakos]], becam
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  • ...le in [[1966 Football Championship|1966]] and [[1967 Football Championship|1967]]. ...pped 7 times by the Greek [[National Football Team]] from [[1964]] until [[1967]] and a further 8 times by [[Cyprus National Football Team|Cyprus]] from [[
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  • [[Image:21April1967.jpg|thumb|130px|The emblem of the [[Military Junta of 1967-1974]]]] *[[1967]]: After a military coup, a [[Junta]], led by [[George Papadopoulos]], seiz
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  • Kasnaferis was born on [[February 10]], [[1967]]. He graduated the [[Athens Polytechnic institute]] with a degree in Civil [[Category:1967 births|Kasnaferis, Giorgos]]
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  • ...[Greeks|Greek]] clergyman who served as [[Archbishop of Athens]] between [[1967]] and [[January 13]], [[1974]]. On [[May 14]], [[1967]], Hieronymus was elected [[Archbishop of Athens]] and all Greece however,
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  • *[[1967]]: [[Vasilis Kyriakou]] scores five goals in the [[Alpha Ethniki]] match [[ ==Births==
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  • Kalantzis was born in Sydney, Australia, on [[July 27]], [[1967]]. He started his football career with local club Sydney Olympic. [[Category:1967 births|Kalantzis, Chris]]
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