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Greece - Historical Events
Date Event
1251

A solar eclipse on this date might mark the birth of legendary Heracles at Thebes, Greece.

479

Greco-Persian Wars: Persian forces led by Mardonius are routed by Pausanias, the Spartan commander of the Greek army in the Battle of Plataea. Along the with the Greek victory on the same day in the Battle of Mycale, the Persian invasion of Greece is halted.

338

A Macedonian army led by Philip II defeated the combined forces of Athens and Thebes in the Battle of Chaeronea, securing Macedonian hegemony in Greece and the Aegean.

31

Final war of the Roman Republic: Battle of Actium - off the western coast of Greece, forces of Octavian defeat troops under Mark Antony and Cleopatra.

BC
AD
701-10-30

John VI of Greece begins his reign as Catholic Pope

1308-08-15

Johannieter knights conquer Rhodos on the Greece

1311-03-15

Battle of Halmyros: The Catalan Company defeats Walter V of Brienne to take control of the Duchy of Athens, a Crusader state in Greece.

1571-10-07

Battle of Lepanto: Holy League of southern European nations destroys Ottoman fleet in significant loss off Western Greece

1820-03-25

Greece freedom revolt against anti Ottoman attack

1820-04-12

Alexander Ypsilantis is declared leader of Filiki Eteria, a secret organization to overthrow Ottoman rule over Greece.

1821-03-25

Greece gains independence from Turkey (National Day)

1821-09-23

Fall of Tripolitsa, Greece, massacre of 30.000 Turks.

1828-04-26

Russia declares war on Turkey to support Greece's independence

1829-03-22

The three protecting powers (Britain, France and Russia) establish the borders of Greece.

1830-02-03

The sovereignty of Greece was confirmed in a London Protocol.

1831-10-09

Ioannis Kapodistrias, first Head of State of modern Greece, assassinated in Nafplion.

1832-05-07

Greece becomes independent

1832-05-07

Otto of Bavaria is chosen king of Greece

1832-05-24

The First Kingdom of Greece is declared in the London Conference.

1835-05-20

Otto is named the first modern king of Greece.

1850-01-18

British blockade Piraeus, Greece to enforce mercantile claims

1850-06-29

Autocephaly Officially Granted by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople to The Church of Greece.

1863-03-30

Danish prince Wilhelm Georg of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg chosen as king George of Greece

1864-03-29

Great Britain gives the Ionian Islands back to Greece

1864-11-13

The new Constitution of Greece is adopted.

1874-06-29

Greek politician Charilaos Trikoupis publishes a manifesto in the Athens daily Kairoi entitled "Who's to Blame?" in which he lays out his complaints against King George. He is elected Prime Minister of Greece the next year.

1878-02-02

Greece declares war on Turkey

1881-03-26

Thessaly is freed and becomes part of Greece again.

1881-05-24

Turkey cedes Thessaly and Arta back to Greece.

1891-04-11

8 year old Jewish tailor's daughter disappears in Greece, rumor spreads that she was a Christian girl ritually killed by Jews

1896-03-10

Charilaos Vasilakos of Greece wins 1st modern marathon in 3:18 [OS]

1896-03-25

Modern Olympics began in Athens, Greece [NS=Apr 6]

1896-04-06

1st modern Olympic games open in Athens Greece [3/25 OS] American, James Connolly, wins 1st Olympic gold medal in mod history

1896-04-15

1st Olympic games close at Athens, Greece

1897-04-05

The Greco-Turkish War, also called "Thirty Days' War", is declared between Greece and the Ottoman Empire.

1897-05-12

Battle at Thessalie: Turkish army beats Greece

1898-08-25

700 Greeks and 15 Englishmen are slaughtered by the Turks in Heraklion, Greece.

1901-05-31

At the opening of the Greek National Assembly, Prince George, High Commissioner of Crete, asks it to endorse the union of Crete with Greece; the proposal is later rejected

1905-03-24

A group of Cretans dedicated to Crete's union with Greece led by Eleutherios Venizelos, meet at the village of Therisso and proclaim a union in defiance of the Great Powers

1905-04-21

The elective assembly of Crete proclaims union with Greece

1906-04-22

10th anniversary Olympic games open at Athens, Greece

1906-05-22

10th anniversary Olympic games close at Athens, Greece

1906-09-24

Prince George of Greece, convinced that he can no longer serve the cause of Crete, resigns as High Commissioner

1908-02-03

Foundation of Panathinaikos in Athens, Greece.

1908-10-07

Crete revolts against Turkey & aligns with Greece

1910-02-01

Dragoumis government forms in Greece

1911-05-15

The Georgios Averof cruiser is bought by Greece.

1912-10-17

Bulgaria, Greece & Serbia declares war on Turkey

1912-10-18

The First Balkan War breaks out, with Bulgaria, Serbia, and Greece opposed to Turkey

1912-12-03

Turkey, Serbia, Montenegro, Greece & Bulgaria sign weapons pact

1913-03-18

King George I of Greece is assassinated in the recently liberated city of Thessaloniki.

1913-06-01

The Serbian government concludes a ten-year treaty with Greece against Bulgaria; Serbia wishes to pursue Macedonian aspirations with Greece's help

1913-07-01

Serbia & Greece declare war on Bulgaria

1913-12-13

British foreign minister Sir Edward Grey proposes that southern Albania be divided between Greece and Albania with compensation to Greece in the Aegean islands

1913-12-14

Greece formally takes possession of Crete

1914-06-13

Eleftherios Venizelos annouces that Greece intends to annex Chios and Mytilene, two large islands off the Turkish coast; Greece and Turkey have been heading towards conflict for months over claims to Aegean islands

1914-08-07

Engagement between British cruiser HMS Gloucester and German cruisers SMS Breslau and SMS Goeben off Greece

1915-10-05

Allies land troops at the northern Greek city of Salonika; Greece is nominally neutral but allows the landing

1916-09-11

German troops conquer Kavalla Greece

1916-09-30

Eleftherios Venizelos announces he is forming a Provisional Government in Crete as an alternative to the one in Athens; he is determined to bring Greece into the war on the side of the Allies

1916-11-26

Greece declares war on Germany

1916-12-01

There is virtual civil war in Greece as royalists fight Venizelist, and the Allies determine on a Venizelist victory

1917-01-16

The Greek Government accepts reparations for Allied losses sustained in recent actions in Greece

1917-06-11

King Alexander assumes the throne of Greece after his father Constantine I abdicated under pressure by allied armies occupying Athens.

1917-08-18

A Great Fire in Thessaloniki, Greece destroys 32% of the city leaving 70,000 individuals homeless.

1919-05-19

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk lands at Samsun on the Anatolian Black Sea coast, initiating what was later termed the Turkish War of Independence. The anniversary of this event is the official date of commemoration of the Pontic Greek Genocide in Greece and Cyprus.

1920-03-04

Last day of Julian civil calendar in Greece

1920-03-18

Greece adopts the Gregorian calendar

1920-04-19

24th Boston Marathon won by Peter Trivoulidas of Greece in 2:29:31

1920-12-05

Dimitrios Rallis forms a government in Greece.

1920-12-19

King Constantine I is restored as King of the Hellenes after the death of his son Alexander I of Greece and a plebiscite.

1921-08-24

Battle of Sakaray Valley begins between Turkey & Greece

1922-09-27

King Constantine I of Greece abdicates

1922-09-30

Government of Alexandros Zaimis forms in Greece

1922-10-11

Turkey & Greece sign cease fire

1922-11-28

6 ex-minsters executed in Greece

1924-03-24

Greece becomes a republic

1924-05-01

Admiral Paul Koundouriotis becomes president of Greece

1925-06-25

Military putsch under Gen Theodorus Pangulos in Greece

1926-08-25

Pavlos Koundouris becomes president of Greece

1927-10-08

Sea battle at Navarino (Greece freed of Ottoman occupation)

1929-12-14

Alexander Zaimis elected president of Greece

1930-06-13

22 people killed by hailstones in Siatista Greece

1930-10-30

Turkey & Greece sign a treaty of friendship

1931-06-08

Duke of Kent wed Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark

1934-02-09

Balkan Entente alliance forms (Yugoslavia, Greece, Turkey & Romania)

1935-11-03

George II returns to Greece & regains monarchy

1935-11-24

King George II returns to Greece after 12 years

1936-04-13

Metaxas proclaims himself dictator of Greece

1936-08-04

Ioannis Metaxas names himself dictator of Greece

1938-07-30

Gen Metaxas names himself premier of Greece

1939-06-22

Princes (future Queen) Elizabeth meets future husband Prince Philip of Greece (Midshipman Mountbatten, RN)

1940-08-17

Greece mobilizes

1940-10-28

Greece successfully resists Italy's attack

1941-03-07

50,000 British soldiers land in Greece

1941-04-21

Greece surrenders to nazi-Germany

1941-04-23

Greece Army surrenders to German Nazis RAF brings Greek king George II to Egypt

1941-04-24

British army begins evacuation of Greece

1941-04-27

German troops occupy Athens Greece

1941-04-28

Last British troops in Greece surrender

1943-03-21

Massacre of the town of Kalavryta, Greece by German Nazi troops.

1943-08-18

Final convoy of Jews from Salonika, Greece, arrives at Auschwitz

1944-04-26

Papandreou government in Greece forms

1944-06-10

World War II: In Distomo, Boeotia Prefecture, Greece 218 men, women and children are massacred by German troops.

1944-12-03

British order to disarm causes general strike in Greece

1944-12-03

The Greek Civil War breaks out in a newly-liberated Greece, between communists and royalists.

1944-12-27

Greece: British premier Winston Churchill flies back to London

1944-12-30

King George II of Greece, abdicates his throne

1945-01-14

In Greece, Communists and the British agree to a cease-fire in the struggle to control Athens (and with it Greece)

1946-03-31

The first election is held in Greece after World War II.

1946-04-20

50th Boston Marathon won by Stylianos Kyriakides of Greece in 2:29:27

1946-05-01

The Paris Peace Conference concludes that the islands of the Dodecanese should be returned to Greece by Italy.

1946-09-01

Greece votes for monarchy

1946-09-27

King George II of Greece returns from exile

1947-05-22

"Truman Doctrine" goes into effect, aiding Turkey & Greece

1947-08-29

Constantine Tsaldaris succeeds Maximos as Greece premier

1948-03-07

The Dodecanese islands officially become part of Greece again, ending the Italian rule.

1948-05-16

CBS news correspondent George Polk's body is found in Greece

1952-05-28

The women of Greece are given the right to vote.

1953-10-12

US & Greece signs peace treaty (US bases)

1955-03-21

Archbishop Makarios of Cyprus desires Cyprus joining Greece

1957-03-20

Britain accepts NATO offer to mediate in Cyprus, but Greece rejects it

1959-02-19

Britain, Turkey & Greece sign agreement granting Cyprus independence

1961-11-04

Karamanlis becomes premier of Greece

1962-11-01

Greece enters European Common Market

1964-02-18

Papandreou government takes power in Greece

1964-03-06

Constantine succeeds Paul I as king of Greece

1964-09-29

Greece & Bulgaria close boundaries

1965-07-15

Athanassiades Novas succeeds Papandreo as premier of Greece

1967-04-21

Military coup in Greece, Konstantinos Kollias becomes premier

1967-04-22

Martial Law goes into effect in Greece

1967-08-21

Mikis Theodorakis arrested in Greece

1968-03-03

Greece, Portugal & Spain's embassies bombed in the Hague

1969-03-28

Greek poet and Nobel Prize laureate Giorgos Seferis makes a famous statement on the BBC World Service opposing the junta in Greece.

1973-10-08

Spyris Markezinis forms government in Greece

1974-01-13

Seraphim is elected Archbishop of Athens and All Greece.

1975-06-11

Greece adopts constitution

1976-10-10

Greece's 98 year-old Dimitrion Yordanidis, is oldest man to compete in a marathon; he finishes in 7:33

1976-11-23

In Kozani, Greece, 50 people arere killed when an Olympic Airways flight crashed into mountainous terrain after being diverted to Kozani due to poor weather in Larissa

1979-05-28

European Market accepts Greece as member

1980-02-23

Oil tanker explosion off Pilos, Greece, causes 37-mil-gallon spill

1980-05-05

Constantine Karamanlis is elected for the first time President of Greece.

1981-01-01

Greece is 10th country to join European Economic Community

1981-06-22

2 Habash terrorists attack a travel agency in Greece killing 2

1981-10-04

Pasakevi Kouna of Greece (9) is youngest intl gymnastics participant

1982-06-25

Greece abolishes headshaving of recruits in the military.

1985-03-29

Christos Sartzetakis elected president of Greece

1985-06-02

Andreas Papandreou's PASOK-party wins election in Greece

1986-04-02

4 US passengers killed by bomb at TWA counter Athens Airport Greece

1989-11-23

Xenophobia Zolotas sworn in as premier of Greece

1990-04-08

New Democracy wins the national election in Greece.

1995-03-08

Costis Stephanopoulos becomes president of Greece

1995-03-09

President Konstantine Karamanlis (88) of Greece, resigns

1995-05-13

6.5 earthquake hits Greece

1996-02-15

Mortar attack on the US Embassy in Athens, Greece.

1996-11-23

Irene Skliva, 18, of Greece, crowned 46th Miss World

1997-09-05

Athens in Greece, selected to host 2004 Olympics

2002-06-06

Eastern Mediterranean Event. A near-Earth asteroid estimated at 10 metres diameter explodes over the Mediterranean Sea between Greece and Libya. The resulting explosion is estimated to have a force of 26 kilotons, slightly more powerful than the Nagasaki atomic bomb.

2004-01-06

Costas Simitis announces his resignation as president of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement in Greece.

2004-03-07

New Democracy wins the national elections in Greece.

2009-10-04

George Papandreou's Panhellenic Socialist Movement defeats Greece's governing New Democracy party in an electoral landslide.

2009-11-14

The National Statistical Service of Greece states that the country has been in recession since the beginning of the year

2012-02-17

Approximately 70 ancient Olympic artifacts are stolen from the Archaeological Museum of Greece

2012-03-08

Greece secures debt-restructuring deal with private lenders

2012-03-18

Superleague Greece football match between Olympiacos and Panathinaikos is abandoned after fans set fire to Athens' Olympic Stadium

2012-04-11

Prime Minister of Greece, Lucas Papademos, resigns and calls an election for May 6

2012-05-15

Greece's fifth attempt to a form a coalition government fails and new June elections are scheduled

2012-06-19

Antonis Samaras, the leader of the New Democracy party in Greece, forms a coalition government

2012-06-23

Greece proposes to slow down austerity measures by two years

2012-09-05

Austerity measure requires Greece to increase its maximum working days to six per week

2012-10-17

Tens of thousands protest austerity measures in Greece

2012-11-14

A series of protests against austerity measures occur across Europe including Spain, Portugal, and Greece

2012-11-27

The Eurozone announces that it will make loans of 43.7 billion euros to Greece

2012-12-15

18 Asylum seekers drown in the Aegean Sea on the way to Greece from Turkey

2013-11-27

Greece becomes the first developed market to be demoted into an emerging market by the MSCI index

2016-03-03

UNHCR: More than 10000 migrants stranded at Greece-Macedonia border

2016-03-06

Turkey detains refugee smugglers, stops 120 Syrians from sailing to Greece

2016-03-06

Turkey detains refugee smugglers, stops 120 Syrians from sailing to Greece

2016-03-10

Five Afghans, including baby, drown trying to reach Greece from Turkey

2016-03-11

Turkish Agency Says Baby Among 5 Drowned Heading to Greece

2016-04-02

Greece passes law allowing migrants' return to Turkey

2016-04-04

Greece Begins Refugee Deportations Under EU Plan

2016-05-09

Greece passes tax and pension reforms

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Greece - Birthdays
Date Event
1776-02-11

Ioannis Kapodistrias, Greek diplomat of the Russian Empire and first head of state of independent Greece (d. 1831)

1815-06-01

Otto of Greece (d. 1862)

1818-12-21

Amalia, wife of king Otto of Greece

1845-12-24

King George of Greece, The King of Greece in the City

1851-09-03

Olga Konstantinovna of Russia, Queen of Greece (d. 1926)

1864-08-23

Eleftherios K Venizalos, premier of Greece (1910-15, 28-32)

1868-08-02

Constantine I, king of Greece

1870-06-14

Sophia of Prussia, consort of Constantine I of Greece (d. 1932)

1871-04-12

Ioannis Metaxas, Heroic Greece!

1888-07-10

Giorgio De Chirico, Greece, Metaphysical painter (Soothsayer)

1890-08-01

George II, king of Greece

1893-07-20

Alexander, king of Greece (1917-20)

1894-11-17

Sophocles Venizelos, premier of Greece (1944, 50-51)

1896-03-01

Dimitri Mitropoulos, Athens Greece, conductor/composer

1896-05-02

Helen of Greece and Denmark, queen of Romania (d. 1982)

1900-02-22

Giorgios Seferis, Greece, poet (Nobel 1963)

1901-12-14

Paul I, King of Greece (1947-64)

1903-01-06

Maurice Abravanel, Saloniki Greece, conductor/composer

1904-03-26

Xenophon Zolotas, Greek economist, Prime Minister of Greece (d. 2004)

1906-01-15

Aristotle Onassis, Greece, rich shipping magnate

1906-11-30

Marina, princess of Greece/Denmark/husband of English prince George

1907-03-08

Constantine Karamanlis, Greek politician, President of Greece (d. 1998)

1908-12-03

H.R.H. Prince Peter of Greece, Alexander the Great

1909-07-03

Stavros Niachos, Greece, shipping magnate (Those Fabulous Greeks)

1911-11-02

Odysseus Elytis Alepoudellis, Greece, poet (Nobel 1979)

1913-05-04

Lady Katherine Brandram, née Princess of Greece and Denmark (d. 2007)

1917-04-18

Louise Frederika, Queen of Greece

1917-04-18

Queen Frederica of Greece,

1918-10-18

Konstantinos Mitsottakis, premier of Greece (1990- )

1918-12-26

George Rallis, Greek politician, Prime Minister of Greece (d. 2006)

1919-10-23

Manolis Andronicos, Bursa, Greek archaeologist who discovered ancient royal Macedonian tombs in northern Greece

1921-03-25

Alexandra of Greece and Denmark, Queen of Yugoslavia (d. 1993)

1921-03-25

Princess Alexandra of Greece and Denmark,

1921-06-10

Philip Mountbatten, Greece, Duke of Edinburgh/Prince, Mr Elizabeth II

1925-07-29

Mikis Michael George Theodorakis, Chios Greece, composer (Raven)

1926-09-03

Irene Papas, Corinth Greece, Greek actress (Zorba the Greek, Attila The Hun)

1929-07-30

Sid Kroft, Athens Greece, puppeteer (Barbara Mandrell Show)

1933-12-31

Chryssa Vardea-Mavromichali, Athens Greece, Greek American artist

1934-03-11

George Stamatoyannopoulos, Greece, medical genetics researcher

1934-10-13

Nana Mouskouri, Crete Greece, singer (Try to Remember) [or 10/10/36]

1936-06-23

Costas Simitis, Prime Minister of Greece

1939-01-07

Prince Michael of Greece and Denmark

1939-01-07

Prince Michael of Greece, The Favorite

1940-06-02

Constantine II, deposed King of Greece (1964-73)

1942-05-11

Princess Irene of Greece, Episode #7.14

1955-04-30

Dimitra Papandreau, Greece, wife of Greek PM Andreas Papandreau

1965-07-10

Princess Alexia of Greece and Denmark

1965-08-12

Angeliki Kanellopoulou, Greece, tennis star

1965-12-18

Angeliki Kaneltopoutous, Greece, tennis star

1968-09-17

Marie-Chantal, Crown Princess of Greece

1968-11-16

Suzi Simpson, Athens Greece, playmate (Jan, 1992)

1969-08-29

Brady Katytman, Greece NY, kayak (alt-Olympics-96)

1970-06-19

Antonis Remos, The Voice of Greece

1974-03-31

Nina Georgala, Miss Universe-Greece (1996)

1974-07-12

Stelios Giannakopoulos, Group D: Greece vs. Spain

1976-01-20

Francesco Vitali, Respect Greece

1976-02-06

Elina Zisi, Miss Greece Universe (1997)

1978-04-04

Irene Skliva, Athens Greece, Miss World (1996)

1980-08-16

Patrick Krebs, Greece

1981-12-15

Roman Pavlyuchenko, Group A: Greece vs Russia

1983-01-25

Yasuyuki Konno, Japan - Greece

1983-06-09

Theodora Greece, Episode #1.6228

Greece - Weddings
Date Event
1934-11-29

Prince George, Duke of Kent weds princess Marina of Greece and Denmark

1962-05-14

Princess Sophia of Greece weds Don Juan Carlos of Spain

1995-07-01

Crown Prince of Greece and the oldest son of the deposed King Constantine of Greece, Pavlos (28) weds Robert W. Miller's daughter Marie-Chantal Miller (26) at London's Cathedral of Saint Sophia

1998-06-27

Prince Michael of Greece daughter Princess Alexandra (29) weds perfume executive Nicolas Mirzayantz (37) in Torcello Island

2005-08-18

Model and former Playboy Playmate Kylie Bax (30) weds photographer Spiros Poros in Delos, Greece

Greece - Deaths
Date Event
1831-10-09

Ioannis Kapodistrias, President (1829-31) and founding father of modern Greece.

1867-07-26

King Otto of Greece (b. 1815)

1875-05-20

Amalia, wife of King Otto of Greece, dies at 58

1883-02-26

Alexandros Koumoundouros, Greek politician, Prime Minister of Greece (b. 1817)

1896-03-30

Charilaos Trikoupis, seven times prime-minister of Greece (b. 1832)

1905-06-13

Theodoros Delyannis, premier Greece, murdered

1913-03-18

George I, king of Greece (1861-1913), assassinated by Schinas at 67

1913-03-18

King George of Greece, The King of Greece in the City

1920-10-25

Alexander, king of Greece (1917-20), dies after ape bite at 27

1923-01-11

Constantine I, king of Greece (1913-17, 20-22), dies at 54

1932-01-13

Sophia of Prussia, consort of Constantine I of Greece (b. 1870)

1936-02-01

Georgios Kondylis, general of the Greek army and Prime Minister of Greece (b. 1878)

1936-03-18

Eleftherios Venizelos, Former Prime minister of Greece

1938-03-07

Andreas Michalakopoulos, Greek politician, Prime Minister of Greece (b. 1876)

1941-01-29

Ioannis Metaxas, Heroic Greece!

1941-04-18

... Korysis, PM of Greece, commits suicide

1947-04-01

George II, king of Greece, dies at 56

1953-07-26

Nikolaos Plastiras, Greece premier (1945-50, 51-2), dies

1964-02-06

Sophocles Venizelos, premier of Greece (1944, 50-51), dies at 69

1964-03-06

King Paul I, of Greece (1947-64), dies at 62

1968-08-27

Marina, princess of Greece/Denmark/Dutchess of Kent, dies at 61

1976-05-01

Alexandros Panagoulis, Greek poet who fought the military junta in Greece (b. 1939)

1981-02-06

Frederika of Hanover, Queen Consort of Greece (b. 1917)

1981-02-06

Queen Frederica of Greece,

1981-02-07

Frederika of Hanover, Queen of Greece (b. 1917)

1982-11-28

Elena of Greece and Denmark,

1990-04-11

Xenophon Zolotas, Greek economist, Prime Minister of Greece (b. 1904)

1992-03-30

Manolis Andronicos, Greek archaeologist who discovered ancient royal Macedonian tombs in northern Greece, dies at 72

1993-01-30

Princess Alexandra of Greece and Denmark,

1996-06-23

Andreas George Papandreou, PM of Greece (1981-89, 93-96), dies at 76

1996-10-21

Georgios Zoitakis, leader of Greece (1967-72), dies

2002-10-31

Michail Stasinopoulos, Greek politician, former president of Greece (b. 1903)

2005-05-22

Charilaos Florakis, Greek politician, long-time General Secretary of the Communist Party of Greece (b. 1914)

2006-03-15

George Rallis, Prime Minister of Greece (b. 1918)

2008-01-28

Christodoulos, Archbishop of Athens and All Greece (b. 1939)


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