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  • He died during the German occupation of Greece ([[1943]]) at the age of 40. [[Category:1903 births|Panopoulos, Nikos]]
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  • Kremmydas was born on [[November 22]], [[1943]], in [[Piraeus]]. He was a defender for [[Ethnikos Piraeus FC|Ethnikos Pir [[Category:1943 births|Kremmydas, Angelos]]
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  • ...' was a [[Greece|Greek]] [[football (soccer)|football]] forward, born in [[1943]] who started his career at [[Fostiras FC|Fostiras]]. [[Category:1943 births|Ventouris, Panayiotis]]
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  • Aghanian was born in [[1943]] and first played football for the small [[Piraeus]] club Armenian United [[Category:1943 births|Aghanian, Grigoris]]
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  • Bechrakis was born in Athens in [[1943]]. He studied architecture at the [[National Metsovio Polytechnic institute [[Category:1943 births|Bechrakis, Theodoros]]
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  • '''Fotis Balopoulos''' was born in [[1943]]. He was a talented footballer who usually played in defence but could als [[Category:1943 births|Balopoulos, Fotis]]
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  • ...tina Paxinou]] as Pilar with Gary Cooper in ''For Whom the Bell Tolls'' ([[1943]])]] [[Image:Paxinou-oscars.jpg|thumb|200px|[[1943]] Best Actress Oscar winner Jennifer Jones ([http://www.imdb.com/title/tt00
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  • *[[1943]]: Swimmer [[Georgios Ivanof]] of Iraklis Salonica, is executed during the ==Births==
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  • Travlantonis died in [[Athens]], on [[January 17]] - his name day - of [[1943]]. [[Category:1867 births|Travlantonis, Antonis]]
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  • Doudoumis was born in [[1943]]. He played for [[Aegaleo FC|Aegaleo]] from [[1960]] until [[1973]]. He su [[Category: 1943 births|Doudoumis, Takis]]
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  • '''Konstantinos Nider''' ([[1865]] - [[1943]]) was a [[Greeks|Greek]] military figure of the early part of the 20th Cen Nider died in German-occupied Athens in [[1943]].
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  • ...s he was being taken to Italy, his boat was torpedoed on [[January 21]], [[1943]] and all aboard perished. He was buried in Avlona (Vlore). He was honoured [[Category:1897 births|Davakis, Konstantinos]]
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  • ...was born on the eastern [[Aegean]] island of [[Kos]] on [[October 31]], [[1943]]. He studied physics and mathematics at the [[University of Athens]] as we [[Category:1943 births|Pavlidis, Aristotelis]]
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  • He died in [[1943]]. [[Category:1877 births|Persakis, Ioannis]]
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  • ...d again in [[1942]] and was executed at [[Kaisariani]] on [[January 4]], [[1943]]. He was honoured by both Poland and Greece for his heroism. His club, Ira [[Category:1911 births|Ivanof, Georgios]]
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  • Thrasou was born in [[Agios Dometios]] in [[1943]]. He studied civil engineering in Moscow obtaining his Masters Degree in [ [[Category:1943 births|Thrasou, Charis]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Dimitris Poulikakos]], actor.
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  • *[[1943]]: Germans destroy 11 villages in [[Heraklio prefecture]]. 352 villagers ar *[[1943]]: Greek guerrilas, belonging to the [[EKKA]] resistance movement, attack a
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  • Dedes was born in [[1943]]. He made a total of 429 appearances in the [[Alpha Ethniki]] (181 goals) [[Category:1943 births|Dedes, Giorgos]]
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  • ...born in [[1919]]. He was a winger, first for Aris [[Nikaia]] ([[1936]] - [[1943]]) and afterwards for [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]] ([[1944]] - [[1951]]). [[Category:1919 births|Apostolopoulos, Mimis]]
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  • *[[1943]]: The Holocaust of [[Kalavryta]] takes place as German soldiers execute 1, ==Births==
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  • *[[1943]]: [[Elias Venezis]]' book "Aeolian Land" ("Αιολική Γη") is publis ==Births==
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Yiannis Kalatzis]], singer
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Takis Economopoulos]], football player.
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  • Sourpis was born in [[1943]] and partnered [[Takis Papoulidis]] in the centre of defence in the 4-3-3 [[Category:1943 births|Sourpis, Frangiskos]]
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  • *[[1943]]: [[Kostas Perrikos]], head of resistance group [[PEAN]] is executed by th ==Births==
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  • Kalatzis was born in [[Thessaloniki]] on [[April 29]], [[1943]]. He started singing in the early [[1960s]] as a member of the "Trio Moren [[Category:1943 births|Kalatzis, Yiannis]]
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  • *[[1943]]: Italian occupation troops execute several Greeks in [[Kastoria]], wester ==Births==
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  • ...') was born in Metaxourgio (''Μεταξουργείο''), [[Athens]] on [[May 17]], [[1943]]. [[Category:1943 births|Moscholiou, Viki]]
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  • ...1938]] and [[1940]]. He made the jump to [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]] in [[1943]] and played for the red-and-whites until [[1952]]. [[Category:1922 births|Minardos, Dionysios]]
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  • Laskari was born Zoe Kouroukli, on [[December 14]], [[1943]], in [[Thessaloniki]] and was first cousin to [[Zoe Kouroukli]] the singer [[Category:1943 births|Laskari, Zoe]]
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  • *[[1943]]: 82 Greeks are executed by the German occupation forces in [[Epirus]]. ==Births==
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  • '''Theodore Angelopoulos''' (born in [[Athens]], [[Greece]] in [[1943]]) is a billionaire Greek businessman and a shipping magnate and a steel ma [[Category:1943 births|Angelopoulos, Theodore]]
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  • *[[1943]]: [[Archbishop Damaskinos]] and several Greek business leaders formally re ==Births==
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  • *[[1943]]: 200,000 Greeks take to the streets in a general strike against the Germa ==Births==
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  • ...rn in [[1923]] in [[Petralona]], [[Athens]]. His music career started in [[1943]] and his songs were sung by such notable singers as: [[Yiota Lydia]], [[Pe [[Category:1923 births|Polykandriotis, Theodoros]]
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  • *[[1943]]: 19 Greeks are executed by German occupation troops in retaliation for th ==Births==
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  • *[[1943]]: The "[[RHS Vasilissa Olga]]" sinks the Italian ship Stromboli off the co ==Births==
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  • *[[1943]]: The last convoy of [[Thessaloniki]] Jews arrives in Auschwitz concentrat ==Births==
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  • *[[1943]]: Greek guerrilas battle Italian occupation troops and kill 15 near [[Agi ==Births==
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  • *[[1943]]: 49 Greeks are executed in [[Paramythia]], [[Epirus]] by ethnic Albanians ==Births==
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]] - [[Vangelis Papazoglou]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Kostis Palamas]], poet
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Lakis Chalkias]], singer
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  • *[[1943]]: [[Crete|Cretan]] guerrilas under Manolis Bantouvas attack German troops ==Births==
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  • Palli-Petralia was born in [[Athens]], in [[1943]], to a family descended from [[Divri]], [[Elis prefecture]]. Her father, E [[Category:1943 births|Palli-Petralia, Fani]]
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  • *[[1943]]: Italian occupation troops execute 40 Greeks and burn most houses at [[Ts ==Births==
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  • *[[1943]]: German occupation forces execute 133 persons at Drakia, [[Thessaly]]. ==Births==
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  • *[[1943]]: German occupying forces execute 118 hostages in [[Monodendri]], [[Laconi ==Births==
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  • Born on [[October 29]], [[1943]] in Belgrade, Serbia, Ivkovic played for Radnicki Belgrade from [[1958]] u [[Category:1943 births|Ivkovic, Dusan]]
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  • *[[1943]]: Greek communist leader, [[Pantelis Pouliopoulos]], is executed by the It ==Births==
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  • *[[1943]]: Col. [[Stefanos Sarafis]] becomes commander of resistance movement [[ELA ==Births==
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Vangelis Papathanasiou]], composer.
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  • ...ccupied Czechland. With Bruenn, Aurednik won the Sudeten championship in [[1943]]. The following year he joined Markesdorf and, in [[1945]], returned to Ra [[Category:1918 births|Aurednik, Harry]]
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  • ...akis''' (Greek:'''Βασίλης Αλεξάκης'''); born [[Athens]], [[December 12]] [[1943]] is a novelist. [[Category:1943 births|Alexakis, Vassilis]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Vassilis Alexakis]], novelist.
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  • *[[1943]]: German occupation troops burn down the village of [[Kefalovryso (Ioannin ==Births==
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Loukianos Kilaidonis]], singer, songwriter
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  • *[[1943]]: Students strike in occupied [[Athens]]. ==Births==
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  • *[[1943]]: German occupation troops execute 36 Greeks at [[Kerpini]], [[Achaea pref ==Births==
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  • *[[1943]]: German Nazi forces destroy the larger part of [[Karpenisi]] by setting i ==Births==
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  • *[[1943]]: Major [[Ioannis Tsigantes]], leader of the resistance movement Midas 614 ==Births==
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Dakis]], pop singer.
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  • ...er as a centre forward with a local club named Olympiakos Pasalimani. In [[1943]], he joined [[Ethnikos Piraeus FC|Ethnikos Piraeus]] where he played as go [[Category:1929 births|Mantalozis, Stathis]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Dusan Ivkovic]], [[basketball]] coach.
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  • ...Herbert Traut, of 'Diagnosis of Uterine Cancer by the Vaginal Smear' in [[1943]]. The book discusses the preparation of the vaginal and cervical smear, ph ...s of Uterine Cancer by the Vaginal Smear. New York, The Commonwealth Fund, 1943.
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  • ...Kostis Palamas]] and was heavily influenced by him. When Palamas died in [[1943]], Katsibalis was one of the pallbearers. [[Category:1899 births|Katsibalis, Giorgos]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Vangelis Papazoglou]], [[rebetiko]] songwriter and singer
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  • ...[[AKEL]] (1941-1945). He was also the first elected mayor of [[Limassol]] 1943-1946 and 1946-1949. He advocated accepting the British plan of self governm [[Category:1907 births|Servas, Ploutis]]
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  • *[[1943]]: [[ELAS]] guerrilas attack a convoy of Italian occupation troops at [[Far ==Births==
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  • ...a School of [[Dimitris Rontiris]], making her film debut at age 9 in the [[1943]] movie "Η φωνή της καρδιάς" (The cry of the heart). *1943 ΦΩΝΗ ΤΗΣ ΚΑΡΔΙΑΣ, Η (The cry of the heart)
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  • *''Voice of the Heart'' - ''I Foni tis kardias'', 1943 [[Category:1921 births|Horn, Dimitris]]
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  • ...ove for the poet and his works and when Palamas died on [[February 27]], [[1943]], they turned out in vast numbers for his funeral, singing his songs. When [[Category:1859 births|Palamas, Kostis]]
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  • ...rved as Prime Minister between [[December 2]], [[1942]] and [[April 7]], [[1943]] when he was replaced by [[Ioannis Rallis]]. [[Category:1878 births|Logothetopoulos, Konstantinos]]
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  • *[[1943]]: [[Agia Efthymia (Phocis)|Agia Efthymia]], [[Phocis prefecture]], is dest ==Births==
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  • ...reek: Τάκης Οικονομόπουλος) was born in [[Kallithea]] on [[October 19]], [[1943]]. He started his career at a local club moving to [[Apollon Athens FC|Apol [[Category:1943 births|Economopoulos, Takis]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Nicholas Negroponte]], [[Greek-American]] architect and computer scien
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Aristotelis Pavlidis]], politician
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Antonis Travlantonis]], author.
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  • *[[1943]]: Greek guerrilas attack and defeat an Italian battalion at [[Oxynia]], [[ ==Births==
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  • ...April [[1941]] joined a resistance group. He managed to leave Greece in [[1943]] and join the Greek Armed forces in Egypt and eventually (September [[1944 [[Category:1897 births|Tsakalotos, Thrasyvoulos]]
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  • In [[1943]], Finos founded "[[Finos Films]]" on Stournara Street, [[Athens]], which, [[Category:1908 births|Finos, Philopoemen]]
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  • *[[1943]]: The village of [[Kommeno]], [[Arta prefecture]], is destroyed by the Ger ==Births==
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  • ...the island of [[Naxos]]. His family moved to [[Athens]] in [[1934]]. In [[1943]], during the German occupation of [[Greece]] in [[World War II]], he was a [[Category:1922 births|Kambanellis, Iakovos]]
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  • *[[1943]]: Italian occupation troops execute 118 Greeks from [[Domeniko]] and [[Mes ==Births==
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  • ...as a second baseman, playing in seven games for the Brooklyn Dodgers in [[1943]], but is most famous for his position as general manager of the Los Angele [[Category:1916 births|Campanis, Al]]
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  • '''Pantelis Pouliopoulos''' ([[March 10]], [[1900]]-[[June 6]], [[1943]]) ([[Greek_language|Greek]]: '''Παντελής Πουλιόπουλος' ...rship and imprisoned in [[Akronafplia]], where he continued his work. In [[1943]], along with over a hundred other militants, he was executed by the Italia
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  • ==Births== *[[1943]]: [[Viki Moscholiou]], singer
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  • *[[1943]]: A mass demonstration of 200,000 people takes place in Nazi-occupied [[At ==Births==
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  • ...rmans after the Nazi Occupation of the country ([[1941]]). He escaped in [[1943]] and joined the [[Ethnikos Laikos Apeleftherotikos Stratos]] (ELAS) in Pel [[Category:1915 births|Beloyiannis, Nikos]]
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  • '''Nicholas Negroponte''' (born [[December 1]], [[1943]]) is a [[Greek-American]] architect and computer scientist best known as t [[Category:1943 births|Negroponte, Nicholas]]]
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  • ...combat achievements gave him a great reputation among his colleagues. In [[1943]], he escaped from occupied (by the Axis Forces) Greece and through Turkey [[Category:1888 births|Stanotas, Georgios]]
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  • ...f [[Ioannis Metaxas]], he was arrested and jailed, managing to escape in [[1943]]. He joined the Communist-dominated [[ELAS]] under the nom-de-guerre Pavlo [[Category:1909 births|Koligiannis, Konstantinos]]
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  • ...the third Prime Minister of Nazi-occupied [[Greece]], from [[April 7]], [[1943]] to [[October 12]], [[1944]], succeeding [[Konstantinos Logothetopoulos]]. ...onstantinos Logothetopoulos]]|after=[[Georgios Papandreou]]|years=April 7, 1943 - October 12, 1944}}
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  • ...His son, [[Ioannis Rallis]] ([[1878]]-[[1946]]), was Prime Minister from [[1943]] to [[1944]], during the German occupation. After the liberation of Greece [[Category:1918 births|Rallis, George]]
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  • Kilaidonis was born in [[Kypseli]], [[Athens]] on [[July 15]], [[1943]]. He studied and finished the a course at the Architecture School of [[Met [[Category:1943 births|Kilaidonis,Loukianos]]
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  • [[Greece|Greek]] composer [[Vangelis Papathanassiou]] (born [[March 29]], [[1943]]) published a symphonic album in 1998 called ''El Greco'', inspired by and [[Category:1541 births]]
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  • ...ntly clashed with the German authorities and the quisling government. In [[1943]], the Germans began the persecution of the [[Greek Jews]], and their depor [[Category:1891 births|Archbishop Damaskinos]]
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  • ...ment-in-exile based in Cairo. He became a minister of that government in [[1943]], and its Prime Minister in [[1944]]. [[Category:1894 births|Venizelos, Sophoklis]]
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  • ...sed a resistance movement named "Military Hierarchy" but was captured in [[1943]] and sent to prison camp in Germany. [[Category:1883 births|Papagos, Alexandros]]
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