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  • Grigoratos was born in [[1910]] and played for [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]] from [[1932]] until [[1935]]. [[Category:1910 births|Grigoratos, Nikos]]
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  • Kounelis was born in [[1910]] and played for [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]] from [[1933]] until [[1940]]. [[Category:1910 births|Kounelis, Grigoris]]
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  • Katsaounis was born in [[1910]]. He played for [[Aris FC|Aris]] [[Thessaloniki]] and was a member of the [[Category:1910 births|Katsaounis, Panagiotis]]
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  • Helmis was born in [[1910]] in [[Piraeus]] and played for [[Ethnikos Piraeus FC|Ethnikos Piraeus]], a [[Category:1910 births|Helmis, Vangelis]]
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  • Ypofantis was born in [[1910]]. He was a midfielder who debuted for [[Panathinaikos FC|Panathinaikos]] i [[Category:1910 births|Ypofantis, Spiros]]
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  • Danelian was born in [[1910]]. He played for [[Aris FC|Aris]] [[Thessaloniki]] and was a member of the [[Category:1910 births|Danelian, Daniil]]
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  • Symeonidis was born in [[Smyrna]], [[Asia Minor]] in [[1910]]. He came to Greece in [[1922]] after the [[Asia Minor Disaster]]. [[Category:1910 births|Symeonidis, Theologos]]
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  • Plytas was born in [[1910]], the son of an earlier mayor named [[Amvrosios Plytas]], and studied in S [[Category:1910 births|Plytas, Georgios]]
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  • Vogdanou was born in [[1910]]. He played for [[Aris FC|Aris]] [[Thessaloniki]] and was a member of the [[Category:1910 births|Vogdanou, Iordanis]]
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  • Georgakopoulos was born in [[1910]]. He was an athelete of [[AEK]] [[Athens]]. [[Category:1910 births|Georgakopoulos, Grigoris]]
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  • Symeonidis was born in [[1910]] and was, along with his brother Christos, a footballer of Aetos - a local [[Category:1910 births|Symeonidis, Diomedes]]
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  • Stoligas was born in [[Drama]], [[Macedonia]], [[Greece]], in [[1909]] or [[1910]]. He made his first appearance in the cinema, in [[1945]], in "Διπλή [[Category:1910 births|Stoligas, Koulis]]
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  • Born in [[Piraeus]], on [[January 13]], [[1910]] (December 31, 1909 OS), he studied at the [[Greek School of Fine Arts]] ( [[Category:1910 births|Tsarouchis, Yiannis]]
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  • Zirganos was born in [[1910]] in [[Volos]], [[Thessaly]], one of ten children in a large family. He saw [[Category:1910 births|Zirganos Jason]]
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  • Stavridis was born in [[Vathy]], on the island of [[Samos]], in [[1910]]. He made his first appearance on stage in [[1929]], when he was barely 19 [[Category:1910 births|Stavridis, Nikos]]
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  • He was born in Cape Town, South Africa, in [[1910]]. His playing career in [[Greece]] lasted four years as he returned in [[1 [[Category:1910 births|Messaris, Angelos]]
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  • ...los''' ([[Greek language|Greek]] Κωνσταντίνος Κωνσταντόπουλος) ([[1832]]-[[1910]]) was a conservative [[Greeks|Greek]] politician and [[List of Prime Minis ...ber of parliament until [[1904]]. Konstantopoulos died in [[Athens]] in [[1910]].
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  • He died in Paris in [[1910]]. [[Category:1845 births|Deligiannis, Nikolaos]]
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  • ...[[1909]] and the resignation of [[Kiriakoulis Mavromichalis]] in January [[1910]]. ...is]]|after=[[Eleftherios Venizelos]]|years= January 31, 1910 - October 18, 1910}}
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  • *[[1910]]: [[Eleftherios Venizelos]]' first government is sworn in. ==Births==
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  • Karantonis was born on the island of [[Andros]] in [[1910]]. He moved with his family to [[Athens]] in [[1923]]. He studied Law at th [[Category:1910 births|Karantonis, Andreas]]
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  • '''Yiannis Latsis''' ([[September 14]], [[1910]]–[[April 17]], [[2003]]) also known as '''John S. Latsis''', was a [ [[Category:1910 births|Latsis, Yiannis]]
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  • Dorotheus was ordained a deacon in [[1910]], a priest in [[1922]] and, just two days later, bishop of [[Kythera]] and [[Category:1888 births|Dorotheus, Archbishop]]
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  • ...active member of the Greek community in Alexandria and around or before [[1910]] he established a Lyceum carrying his name. [[Category:1871 births|Ghykas, John]]
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  • '''Georgios Zoitakis''' ([[1910]] - [[October 21]], [[1996]]) was a [[Greeks|Greek]] General, member of the Zoitakis was born in [[Nafpaktos]] in March [[1910]] and graduated Greek military school (Scholi Evelpidon) in [[1932]]. He wa
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  • Staktopoulos was born in [[Trapezond]], [[Pontus]], [[Asia Minor]] in [[1910]]. After the [[Asia Minor Disaster]], he and his family moved first to [[At [[Category:1910 births|Staktopoulos, Gregorios]]
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  • '''Jean Moreas''' ([[April 15]], [[1856]] - [[March 30]], [[1910]]), born '''Ioannis Papadiamantopoulos''', was a [[Greece|Greek]] poet who [[Category:1856 births|Moreas]]
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  • In [[1910]] he was elected to the [[Hellenic Parliament]] as a [[Venizelism|Venizelis [[Category:1843 births|Benakis, Emmanuel]]
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  • Mavromichalis resigned as PM in January [[1910]] after a disagreement with the [[Military Association]]. He died in [[1916 [[Category:1850 births|Mavromichalis, Kiriakoulis]]
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  • *[[1910]]: The [[Battleship Georgios Averof]] is launched. ==Births==
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  • Vembo was born on [[February 10]], [[1910]] in [[Adrianople]], [[Eastern Thrace]]. She came with her family to [[Gree [[Category:1910 births|Vembo, Sophia]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1910]]: [[Yiannis Latsis]], shipowner
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  • *[[1910]]: By law, Sunday is officially designated as a day off for workers in [[Gr ==Births==
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  • *[[1910]]: Landslide victory for [[Eleftherios Venizelos]] and his [[Komma Fileleft ==Births==
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  • ==Births== *[[1910]]: [[Nikos Kavvadias]], writer
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  • Yiannis Papaioannou was born on [[January 7]], [[1910]] in [[Kavala]]. He was first introduced to music at the age of 6, when he [[Category:1910 births|Papaioannou, Yiannis (Composer)]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1910]]: [[Jean Moreas]], Greek-French poet
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  • *[[1910]]: 25 men and women farmers are indicted for the bloody events of [[March 6 ==Births==
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  • *[[1910]]: Two farmers are shot dead by soldiers at Kileler in [[Thessaly]], as dem ==Births==
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  • ==Births== *[[1910]]: [[Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza]], politician, writer
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  • ...n Munich and remained in Germany, practicing and teaching medicine until [[1910]], at which time he moved to [[Athens]]. In Greece, he founded a private cl [[Category:1878 births|Logothetopoulos, Konstantinos]]
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  • *[[1910]]: [[Bishop Chrysostom of Smyrna|Chrysostom]] arrives at [[Smyrna]] to take ==Births==
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  • ...as born in [[1891]]. He entered the Greek Naval Academy and graduated in [[1910]], joining the [[Hellenic Navy]] with the rank of ensign. During the [[Firs [[Category:1891 births|Moraitinis, Aristides]]
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  • ...Drama]], a post that he retained until [[1909]]. Finally, on [[May 10]], [[1910]], Chrysostom arrived in [[Smyrna]] as [[Bishop]]. During his tenure there, [[Category:1867 births|Chrysostom, Bishop of Smyrna]]
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  • ...s]], on [[May 17]], [[1891]]. He joined the Greek Army as a volunteer in [[1910]] and served with distinction in the [[Balkan Wars]], [[WW I]] and the [[Gr [[Category:1891 births|Zervas, Napoleon]]
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  • Around [[1910]] he returned to Chios. Utilizing the personal capital he amassed in the A [[Category:1871 births|Los, Constantine]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1910]]: [[Yiannis Papaioannou (Composer)|Yiannis Papaioannou]], composer, music
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  • ...law in [[Athens University]], Germany and France and entered politics, in 1910, on the anti-[[venizelism|venizelist]] side, when he was first elected to P [[Category:1868 births|Tsaldaris, Panagis]]
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  • *[[1910]]: A strong earthquake (6.8 on the Richter scale) strikes [[Chania]], [[Cre ==Births==
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  • ...as then part of Imperial Russia, he settled permanently in [[Athens]] in [[1910]]. [[Category:1883 births|Kalomiris, Manolis]]
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  • == Births == *[[1910]]: [[Yiannis Tsarouchis]], painter
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  • ...appointed prefect ("nomarch") of [[Attica]]-[[Boeotia]] in [[1909]]. In [[1910]], he was elected to Parliament under the banner of the [[Komma Filelefther [[Category:1875 births|Diomedes, Alexandros]]
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  • In [[1910]], in Athens, the Parliament was dissolved in a political crisis. Venizelos of [[August 8]], [[1910]], he and his team were elected members of the Parliament. At that time was
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  • ...studied medicine at the universities of Moscow and Odessa, graduating in [[1910]] and settling in the city Sochoum of Caucasus. In [[1913]], he travelled t [[Category:1886 births|Pasalidis, Ioannis]]
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  • Averoff was born in [[Trikala]], [[Thessaly]], on [[April 17]], [[1910]], however, his family origins were from [[Metsovo]] in [[Epirus]]. He stud [[Category:1910 births|Averoff, Evangelos]]
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  • ...avvadias''' ([[Greek language|Greek]]: Νίκος Καββαδίας) ([[January 11]], [[1910]] – [[February 10]], [[1975]]) was a [[Greeks|Greek]] poet and writer; cu [[Category:1910 births|Kavvadias, Nikos]]
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  • *[[1910]]: A hail storm in [[Domokos]], [[Phthiotis prefecture]], destroys several == Births ==
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  • In [[1910]], Papanastasiou was elected for the first time to the [[Hellenic Parliamen [[Category:1876 births|Papanastasiou, Alexandros]]
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  • In [[1910]], Tofalos travelled to the United States for financial reasons. He worked [[Category:1877 births|Tofalos]]
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  • ...ildren, Skouras came to the U.S. with his brothers, Charles and George, in 1910. Landing in St. Louis, the trio worked in a large hotel as busboys and sold [[Category:1893 births|Skouras, Spyros]]
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  • ...alki)|Patriarchical Theological School]] at Halki, Turkey, graduating in [[1910]]. Upon graduating he was ordained to the [[deacon|diaconate]] taking the n [[Category:1886 births|Athenagoras, Patriarch]]
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  • ...Evgenia. Peter ([[1908]]-[[1980]]) was an anthropologist, while Eugenie ([[1910]]-[[1989]]) married Prince Dominic Radziwill. Living to the age of 88, Prin [[Category:1869 births|George of Greece, Prince]]
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  • ...had been a political associate of Venizelos since his move to Athens in [[1910]], and had served as Finance Minister in the first Venizelos administration [[Category:1874 births|Delta,Penelope]]
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  • ...ween [[1905]]-[[1906]]. Horton was the US Consul in [[Salonika]] between [[1910]]-[[1911]]. [[Category:1859 births|Horton, George]]
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  • ...pulcher." Meletius Metaxakis was then elected Metropolitan of Kition in [[1910]]. In the years before the war Metropolitan Meletius began successful talks [[Category:1871 births|Metaxakis,Meletios]]
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  • * ''Ελευθέριος Βενιζέλος 1910-1927 (1980) (''[[Eleftherios Venizelos (film)|Eleftherios Venizelos]]'') [[Category:1925 births|Sarri, Georges]]
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  • ...ter Builder" (Ο Πρωτομάστορας), based on a popular Greek folklore myth ([[1910]]). [[Category:1883 births|Kazantzakis, Nikos]]
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  • ...es, ''The Peloponnesian War''. London, J. M. Dent; New York, E. P. Dutton (1910).[http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/ptext?lookup=Thuc.+toc  ]. [[Category:460 BC births]]
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