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- February 22: The trial of a bandit and several high officials of the Police force over the 1933 assassination attempt on Venizelos' life begins.
- February 25: A major earthquake (7.0 on the Richter scale) strikes Crete.
- March 1: A Venizelist coup d'etat fails and Eleftherios Venizelos flees to Italy.
- March 21: A fire destroys the city centre of Edessa.
- March 24: Generals Anastasios Papoulas and Miltiades Koimisis are executed for their role in the March 1 attempted coup d' etat.
- April 6: Greek-language schools resume operation in Northern Epirus after a decision by the International Court of The Hague.
- June 9: Panagis Tsaldaris wins the Greek national elections which were boycotted by all parties loyal to Eleftherios Venizelos.
- July 6: Exiled King George II divorces Queen Elisabeth. Anti-royalists will claim that this divorce is in retaliation for Queen Elisabeth's brother (King Carol of Romania) divorcing King George's sister (Queen Helen).
- October 10: Georgios Kondilis seizes power after a coup d'etat.
- October 13: Panagiotis Chlentzos breaks the Greek record in the pole vault with 4.015m. His record stood until 1950.
- November 3: A referendum is held for the return of King George II to the throne in Greece. 97.8% allegedly vote for the return.
- November 26: King George II returns to Greece.
- August 6: Stelios Serafeidis, footballer.
- August 16: Andreas Stamatiadis, footballer.
- August 16: Apostolos Vasiliadis, footballer
- November 8: Stratos Dionysiou, popular singer, born at Nigrita, Serres
- November 9: Mary Linda, Greek singer and wife of Manolis Chiotis
- Pavlos Bakoyiannis, publisher, politician