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  1. Kingdom of Greece - Wikipedia

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    List of kings of Greece Otto of Greece – 6 February 1833 – 23 October 1862 George I of Greece – 30 March 1863 – 18 March 1913 Constantine I of Greece – 18 March 1913 – 11 June 1917 and 19 December 1920 – 27 September 1922 Alexander of Greece – 11 June 1917 – 25 October 1920 George II of Greece – 27 ...

    • Nafplio (1832–1834), Athens (1834–1924, 1935-1941, 1944-1973)
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  2. 7. The Kingdom Of Greece | Bible.org

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    • Biblical Background. The Hebrew does not actually use the word for Greece or Grecia, but the word yawan or its English...
    • Prophecy Of Daniel. According to the prophecy of Daniel in his interpretation of Nebuchadnezzar’s image, the Grecian...
    • Conquests Of Alexander The Great. History records how Alexander with the agility of a goat crossed the...
  3. Greece - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Greece was a kingdom for most of its history as an independent nation. It officially became the Third Hellenic Republic (or Third Republic of Greece in Simple English) in 1975, when the monarchy was abolished by a popular vote. Greece was under a military dictatorship between 1966 and 1975. Demonstrations by the students of the universities across Greece took place in 1973, but were suppressed by the regime, which forcibly stopped the protests.

  4. Kingdom of Greece | TheFutureOfEuropes Wiki | Fandom

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    In 1821 Greeks started a rebellion against the Ottomans, in 1831 Kingdom of Greece has been created. Greek Movements in 1876 make the King of Greece to Join the War against the Ottomans, Greece takes Thessaly. In 1912 Greece with Balkans Take over last lands of the Ottomans. Greece Takes Epirus (south) and Aegean Islands the Majority of them.

  5. The Kingdom of Greece (1857) | End of a New Beginning Wiki ...

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    The Kingdom of Greece has existed since 1832 when it officially became independent from the Ottoman Empire in the Treaty of Constantinople. Young Otto von Wittelsbach was proclaimed King, but the task of modernising and furthering the interests of the Greek nation has proven too difficult for him, and by 1857 he has become deeply unpopular.

  6. The Great Powers and the Kingdom of Greece

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    During the Convention of London, which took place in 1832, the Great Powers formed the Kingdom of Greece and announced it on an international level through the Treaty of Constantinople. The new Kingdom of Greece was widely recognized by the international community.

  7. List of kings of Greece - Wikipedia

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    The Kingdom of Greece was ruled by the House of Wittelsbach between 1832 and 1862 and by the House of Glücksburg from 1862 to 1924, temporarily abolished during the Second Hellenic Republic, and from 1935 to 1973, when it was once more abolished and replaced by the Third Hellenic Republic.

  8. Apr 26, 2021 · The Greek kingdom was prophesied by Daniel in chapters 2, 8, and 11 of his book. Daniel 2 tells of the interpretation of Nebuchadnezzar II’s dream, which foretold the Babylonian, Medo-Persian, Greek, and Roman Empires. Daniel 11 refers specifically to the kingdom of Greece.

  9. Kingdom of Greece - Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core

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    The Kingdom of Greece (Greek: Βασίλειον τῆς Ἑλλάδος, Vasíleion tīs Elládos) was a state established in 1832 at the Convention of London by the Great Powers (the United Kingdom, France and the Russian Empire).

  10. Kingdom of Greece | The Countries Wiki | Fandom

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    Greece is a constitutional monarchy; hereditary in the male line, or, in case of its extinction, in the female. The sovereign, by decision of the conference of London (August 1863), s styled "king of the Hellenes"; the title "king of Greece" was borne by King Otho. The king and the heir apparent must belong to the Orthodox Greek Church; a special exception has been made for King George, who is a Lutheran. The king attains his majority on completing his eighteenth year; before ascending the throne he must take the oath to the constitution in presence of the principal ecclesiastical and lay dignitaries of the kingdom, and must convoke the Chamber within two months after his accession. The civil list amounts to 1,125,000 dr., in addition to which it was provided that King George should receive £4000 annually as a personal allowance from each of the three protecting powers, Great Britain, France and Russia. The heir apparent receives from the state an annuity of 200,000 dr. The king has...

    Otto I (₩) (February 6, 1833 - October 22, 1862)
    George I (₩) (October 22, 1862 - March 18, 1913)
    Constantine I (₩) (March 18, 1913 - June 12, 1917)
    Alexander (₩) (June 12, 1917 - October 25, 1920)
    First Hellenic Republic
    Second Hellenic Republic
    Hellenic State
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