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  King Constantine II - Phantis
Constantine Karamanlis who had just won a resounding victory (54% of the vote in a general election) had formally declared his neutrality in the referendum, although he was rumoured to be against the monarchy.
Constantine's personality, the way he had first sworn in the junta government, in 1967, before organising an entirely unscuccesful and somewhat comical counter-coup against them later in that year, and his reluctance to sever all ties with the junta once in exile, did not help the monarchy either.
Constantine II and Queen Anne-Marie live in exile in London, England, where the exiled monarch is a close friend of The Prince of Wales and a godfather to Prince William of Wales.
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 Constantine II of Greece at AllExperts
Constantine of Greece, formerly Constantine II, King of the Hellenes (born June 2, 1940) was King of Greece from 1964 until the abolition of the monarchy in 1974.
Constantine was born at Psychiko, near Athens, the nephew of King George II and eldest son of the King's brother and heir, Prince Paul.
Constantine was seen as young and inexperienced as well as being under the influence of his mother, a strong conservative and believer in the prerogatives of the monarchy.
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 Constantine Karamanlis - Phantis
Throughout his exile in France, Karamanlis was a vocal opponent of the military junta that seized power in Greece in April 1967.
Karamanlis was elected President of the Republic by Parliament in 1980 and served until 1985.
Karamanlis retired in 1995, at the age of 88, having won 5 parliamentary elections, and having spent 14 years as Prime Minister, 10 years as President of the Republic, and a total of more than sixty years in active politics.
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 Constantine Karamanlis Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
Karamanlis was reelected to Parliament in 1946 by the Populist Party, and from this time on he became increasingly involved in committees dealing with both domestic and foreign matters.
Karamanlis was understandably disappointed with the turn of events over the Cyprus problem in July 1974 which led to the coup against President Makarios, the Turkish invasion, and the de facto partition of the island--all seemingly with U.S. consent.
Constantine Karamanlis died on April 23, 1998, at the age of 91.
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 Constantine Karamanlis Summary
Karamanlis was succeeded by Panagiotis Kanellopoulos as the ERE leader.
The elections were soon followed by the 1974 plebiscite on the abolition of the monarchy and the establishment of the Hellenic Republic, the televised 1975 trials of the former dictators (who received death sentences for high treason and mutiny that were later commuted to life incarceration) and the writing of the 1975 constitution.
Karamanlis has been praised for presiding over an early period of fast economic growth for Greece (1957-61) and for masterminding the sucessful Greek bid for membership into the emerging economic community of European nations, which eventually became the European Union.
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 Constantine II (of Greece) - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Constantine II (of Greece) (1940- ), king of Greece, (1964-73), the grandson of Constantine I and the son of Paul I, born in Psychico.
After the death of Paul I on March 6, 1964, his son ascended the throne as Constantine II, and by 1965 the new monarch was embroiled in a mounting...
George II (of Greece) (1890-1947), King of Greece (1922-1923, 1935-1941, 1946-1947), eldest son of King Constantine I, of the House of Glücksburg,...
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 Constantine Karamanlis - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Karamanlis, Constantine, 1907-98, president of Greece (1980-85, 1990-95), b.
Karamanlis returned as premier and leader of the New Democratic party, which gained a substantial majority in the elections of Nov., 1974.
Karamanlis served as prime minister until 1980 and as president from 1980 to 1985.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-karamanl.html   (366 words)

 Konstantinos Karamanlis Biography
Constantine (Konstantinos) Karamanlis (Κωνσταντίνος Καραμανλής) (March 8, 1907 - April 23, 1998) is a towering figure of modern Greek politics and history.
Karamanlis retired from political life in Greece in 1995, at the age of 88 years old, having spent more than sixty years in active politics.
Constantine Karamanlis died after a short illness in 1998, at the age of 91.
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 Constantine Karamanlis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Karamanlis as early as 1958 pursued an aggressive policy toward Greek membership in the EEC.
Konstantinos Karamanlis and French President De Gaulle in front of the Hellenic Parliament during the French President's successful visit to Greece in 1963, as part of Karamanlis' effort to promote Greece's entry into the nascent European Community.
The operation allegedly centered on a falsified conversation between Karamanlis and Strauss, a Bavarian officer of the King.
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 Constantine Karamanlis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Constantine, however, was married to the sister of Kaiser Wilhelm, had come from the Prussian military academy, and was pro-German.
Karamanlis returned from exile in France to establish a government of national unity until elections could be held.
Karamanlis worked to defuse the risk of war with Turkey and also legalised the communist party which had been illegal since 1947.
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 Prime Minister Constantine Karamanlis with Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia in 1959
Constantine Karamanlis was born in 1908 in what was then Turkish Macedonia.
Karamanlis returned to Paris where he was a vocal opponent of the military junta.
Karamanlis returned as savior of Greece, and took the oath of prime minister at 4:30am on July 24 1974.
www.ahistoryofgreece.com /biography/karamanlis.htm   (474 words)

 King Without A Country   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Constantine is the favorite former king of Europe's reigning royals- his sister is the Queen of Spain, his sister-in-law is the Queen of Denmark, Prince Philip is his cousin, and he is a godfather of Prince William- and perhaps the most determined to reign again.
Constantine, guided by Burson-Marsteller, the powerful public-relations firm he has employed since 1974, responded with a barrage of interviews in which he likened the Greek government's actions to those of Hitler and Stalin, and vowed to press his case all the way to the European Court of Human Rights.
Constantine had one more chance to show his mettle, in 1974, when the military regime disintegrated during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus and former prime minister Karamanlis was asked back to form a government.
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 Costa Karamanlis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Costas (short for Constantine) Karamanlis was born on 14 September 1956 in Athens.
Karamanlis practised law from 1984 to 1989 and taught political science, diplomatic history and corporate law at Deree College between 1983 and 1985.
His uncle and namesake, former Greek Prime Minister and President Constantine Karamanlis, founded New Democracy Party (ND) in 1974 after the was called back to Greece from Paris to lead a civilian government after the fall of the Junta.
www.ahistoryofgreece.com /biography/costaskaramanlis.htm   (386 words)

 Athens News Agency: Daily News Bulletin in English, 98-04-24   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Karamanlis, whose political career spanned five decades, will be buried in the grounds of the institute bearing his name in the Athens suburb of Filothei, following a private service to be attended by close friends, family and colleagues, in accordance with Karamanlis's wis-hes, entrusted in writing to Mr.
Goncz praised Karamanlis yesterday at a meeting of Greek and Hungarian businessmen in Budapest at which one minute's silence was kept in memory of the late statesman.
Costas Karamanlis, Karamanlis's nephew and the leader of main opposition New Democracy, the party the late Karamanlis founded and led, said in a statement that his uncle had left an indelible imprint on modern Greek history.
www.hri.org /cgi-bin/brief?/news/greek/ana/1998/98-04-24.ana.html   (5697 words)

 BBC News | OBITUARIES | Obituary: Konstantine Karamanlis
Mr Karamanlis, who returned to power after the fall of the military junta in Athens in the 1970s, was taken to hospital in Athens earlier this month with a respiratory infection and later suffered heart complications.
After deciding to opt out of active politics at the age of 73, Mr Karamanlis was elevated to the presidency of the republic twice.
Indeed, such was the reverence with which Konstantine Karamanlis was seen, that even opponents described him as the god of Greek politics.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/obituaries/82289.stm   (366 words)

 Constantine VII - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Constantine VII, called Constantine Porphyrogenitus (905-959), Byzantine emperor (913-959).
Palaeologus, family that ruled the Byzantine Empire from 1261 until it fell to the Ottoman Empire in 1453.
In 1974, following the Turkish invasion of Cyprus and the fall of the seven-year-old military dictatorship in Greece, Karamanlis was recalled to head...
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Constantine Karamanlis
When in 1997 the former King reiterated Sulzberger's allegations, Karamanlis stated that he "will not deal with the former king's statements because both their content and attitude are unworthy of comment." The deposed King's adoption of Sulzberger's claims against Karamanlis was castigated by left-leaning media, typically critical of Karamanlis, as "shameless" and "brazen".
Following his signing of the Accession Treaty with the European Economic Community (now the European Union) in 1979, Karamanlis relinquished the Premiership and was elected President of the Republic in 1980 by the Parliament, and in 1981 he oversaw Greece's formal entry into the European Economic Community as its tenth member.
He bequeathed his archives to the Konstantinos Karamanlis Foundation, a conservative think tank he had founded and endowed.
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 Athens News Agency: Daily News Bulletin in English, 98-04-25   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Constantine Karamanlis, the statesman who marked Greece's political scene in the second half of the 20th century, was laid to rest in Athens yesterday afternoon, in a private ceremony attended only by a restricted number of political leaders, relatives, c lose friends and former aides.
A large crowd, lined up along the route of the funeral procession, applauded and chanted, "Karamanlis is the nation's leader," showering with flowers the hearse carrying his casket, which was draped in the Greek flag.
Constantine Karamanlis was a friend of Germany and a great European.
www.hri.org /cgi-bin/brief?/news/greek/ana/1998/98-04-25.ana.html   (4188 words)

 I Stand Alone -- Monday, Mar. 05, 1956 -- Page 1 -- TIME
For six weeks six-footer Karamanlis had tramped and traveled from snow-choked passes in Macedonia to sun-washed villages in the Peloponnesus to defend his pro-Western policy against the coalition formed against him by three disgruntled ex-Premiers in league with the remnant of the outlawed Communist Party.
The opposition centered its fire on Greece's "humiliation" over Cyprus, needled Karamanlis unmercifully for "giving in to the British," for his "servility" to the U.S. Pointing to the Democratic Union's higher popular vote, Communist propagandists from Moscow to Budapest crowed that a majority of Greeks had "repudiated" Karamanlis' pro-Western government.
Unlike most Greek politicians, Constantine Karamanlis (now Premier in his own right for the first time) is not a member of a wealthy Athenian family but the son of a Macedonian schoolteacher, with the rough tongue and traces of the rough manners of the north.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,808239,00.html   (612 words)

 Fallen Leader -- Monday, Mar. 10, 1958 -- Page 1 -- TIME
Son of a Macedonian schoolteacher, Karamanlis still bore traces of the simple manners of the north, displayed an honesty and a vigor alien to the wealthy Athenians who generally dominate Greek politics.
Karamanlis proposed a new electoral law that would reduce the number of Deputies in the Greek Chamber from 300 to 250, modify the unwieldy proportional-representation provisions of the existing law.
Deprived of his majority, Constantine Karamanlis headed out to the royal residence at Dekeleia, handed King Paul his resignation and, along with it.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,863060,00.html   (429 words)

 AllRefer.com - Constantine Karamanlis (Modern Greek History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Constantine Karamanlis[kOn´stAntEn kArAmAnlis´] Pronunciation Key, 1907–98, president of Greece (1980–85, 1990–95), b.
A member of parliament in 1935–36, he was reelected in 1946 and held various cabinet posts until Oct., 1955, when he became Greece's youngest premier.
In 1959 he announced a five-year plan (1960–64) for the Greek economy, emphasizing improvement of agricultural and industrial production.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Karamanlis,
Find newspaper and magazine articles plus images and maps related to "Karamanlis," at HighBeam.
Karamanlis congratulates Polymeros on winning gold at World Rowing Championship.
Karamanlis announces 2006 year of olive oil in Greece.
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 Greek Prime Minister Karamanlis to Deliver Tufts University Commencement Address
Calling his election to office “the start of a new era,” Karamanlis, a 1982 graduate of the Fletcher School, has made the establishment of Greece as the Mediterranean’s primary economic hub one of his top priorities.
Karamanlis also will be awarded an honorary doctor of laws degree at Tufts, being joined by an accomplished group of honorary degree recipients.
But for Greek and Greek-American students at Tufts, the presence of Karamanlis at commencement is incomparable, a once-in-lifetime experience.
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 Archbishop Demetrios Welcomes Prime Minister Constantine Karamanlis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
New York, NY – His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios welcomed recently-elected Prime Minister of Greece Constantine Karamanlis to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese on Tuesday, May 18, as the Prime Minister began his first official visit to the United States.
Prime Minister Karamanlis was accompanied by his wife, Natassa, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Petros Molyviatis; Minister of State and Government Spokesman Theodoros Roussopoulos: Deputy Ministers of Foreign Affairs Takis Skandalakis and Yiannis Valinakis; the Ambassador of Greece to the United States George Savvaides and Consul General of Greece in New York Catherine Boura.
Prime Minister Karamanlis is scheduled to meet with President George Bush at the White House on Thursday, May 20.
www.goarch.org /print/en/news/releases/articles/release8876.asp   (155 words)

 Ronald Reagan: Message to President Constantine Karamanlis of Greece on the Anniversary of the Greek War of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Ronald Reagan: Message to President Constantine Karamanlis of Greece on the Anniversary of the Greek War of Independence - March 24th, 1981
Message to President Constantine Karamanlis of Greece on the Anniversary of the Greek War of Independence
The Greek War of Independence which was launched on March 25, 1821, had a special significance for Americans of that time.
www.presidency.ucsb.edu /ws/print.php?pid=43587   (198 words)

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