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  AllRefer.com - George II, king of Greece (Modern Greek History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
George II 1890–1947, king of the Hellenes (1922–23, 1935–47), successor and eldest son of King Constantine I.
Hostility to the dynasty was such, however, that George was compelled to leave Greece in 1923; a plebiscite shortly afterward established a republic.
When Greece was liberated (1944) the question of the king's return was a major issue in the Greek civil war that began in Dec., 1944.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/G/Georg2Hel.html   (349 words)

 George II of Greece - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
George II (20 July 1890 - 1 April 1947), King of the Hellenes (Greece) ruled from 1922-1924 and 1935-1947.
He was born at Tatoi, near Athens, the son of Constantine I, King of the Hellenes (2 August 1868 - 11 January 1923) and his wife, Princess Sophia of Prussia (14 June 1870 - 13 January 1932).
He succeeded to the Greek throne on his father's abdication, 27 September 1922.In late 1923 he was asked by the government to leave Greece "on leave" while the National Assembly considered the question of the future form of government.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/George_II_of_Greece   (250 words)

 George II of Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
George II, King of the Hellenes (20 July 1890 - 1 April 1947), ruled Greece from 1922-1923 and 1935-1947.
He was born at Tatoi, near Athens, the son of Constantine I, King of the Hellenes (2 August 1868 - 11 January 1923) and his wife, Princess Sophie of Prussia (14 June 1870 - 13 January 1932).
He was restored to the throne, 3 November 1935, but again left Greece following the German invasion, 23 April 1941.
www.bidprobe.com /en/wikipedia/g/ge/george_ii_of_greece.html   (167 words)

 MSN Encarta - Search Results - George I (of Greece)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
George I (of Greece) (1845-1913), king of Greece (1863-1913), the first Greek monarch of the house of Glücksburg.
The son of King George I, he was born in Athens and educated at Greek and German...
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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 Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
George gave tatoi a danish character; more trees were planted, the roads were fixed, Danish agricultural methods were introduced, barns and stables were built and Danish and Swiss cows were imported, and soon Tatoi had become a complete Danish farm.
Greece must tooke revange against Turkey for the defeat of 1897 and the government must had a stable govenrment and a strong army, so Venizelos devoted himself to review the Constitution and reorganized the army.
Greece had almost doubled her territory and King George was again a national heroe.
www.geocities.com /jesusib/Greece.html   (1247 words)

 St George Lycabettus Hotel - Greece-Attica-Athens City   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
George Lycabettus is a landmark in Greek hospitality and a short walk from the City Centre.
George Lycabettus Hotel and it’s partner, The Paradise Hotel on the Island of Andros, have been owned by the same family since their opening.
The rich cultural heritage of Greece is reflected in artwork and artifacts on display in the Hotel.
www.greekconference.com /confprop.php?confpropID=9   (1107 words)

 Law Office in Greece,Lawyers,George Giagkoudakis
I was born in Kavala, (Eastern Macedonia) Greece.
George Giagkoudakis Law office offers a wide range of legal services and at the center of the services we provide are the clients we serve.
George Giagkoudakis Law Office is at the disposal of everyone who wishes to have legal assistance.
www.geocities.com /giagkoud/engl_lawoffice.htm   (524 words)

 The Earthquake of September 7, 1999 in Athens, Greece - by Dr. George Pararas-Carayannis
The long-term seismicity of central Greece is clearly different from that of neighboring Anatolia to the east, in that no earthquakes of magnitude greater than 7.0 occur - or at least nothing that large is known to have occurred in the last 500 years.
Was the earthquake of September 7, 1999 in Greece a consequence of the August 17 earthquake in Turkey?
Earthquakes in Central Greece, with the exception of those occurring near the Corinthian Gulf, are not known to produce tsunamis.
www.drgeorgepc.com /Earthquake1999Greece.html   (1809 words)

 Guardian | Little George takes on Greece's barons of sleaze
As foreign minister, George Papandreou presided over a quiet revolution in Greece's Balkan policies, backing Slobodan Milosevic's democratic opponents, a sea change in relations with Ankara and the sponsorship of UN peace plan that could see Turkish and Greek Cypriots reunited after more than 30 years.
We could be sitting in California or Sweden, anywhere but Levantine Greece, where everything is a plot, usually an American one, where national newspapers gleefully record Mr Papandreou's grammatical mistakes and Orthodox priests get on television to denounce the man with an American mother.
Greece, one of the fastest growing economies in the EU, is rapidly becoming one of its most expensive countries to live in.
www.guardian.co.uk /print/0,3858,4854307-103681,00.html   (1079 words)

 King George II of Greece Addresses the U.S. Congress
Due to the resistance of the Greek people in Continental Greece and in Crete, seven precious months were gained at a most crucial stage of the war, and the plans of the invader went awry.
In this struggle Greece is proud to find itself a second time within a quarter of a century by the side of the powerful and generous American democracy.
Greece with its limited resources is wholeheartedly at the service of these ideals.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/ww2/george_congress.html   (833 words)

 Saint George Lycabettus Hotel Athens Greece | Asia Travel Europe
A boutique hotel situated in Kolonaki, the most exclusive quarter of Athens, the St. George Lycabettus Hotel is a landmark in Greek hospitality.
The views of the Acropolis, from the south-facing balconies and from the rooftop restaurant, are breathtaking, and the Byzantine, Victorian and modern Greek art displays echo the attention to detail throughout the hotel.
The St. George Lycabettus Hotel and it’s partner, The Paradise Hotel on the island of Andros, have been owned by the same family since their opening.
www.asiatravel.com /greece/athens/stgeorge   (337 words)

 The George Cross - Rediff Personal Homepages
If at this moment King George could not guarantee to his subjects a better furture, he could at least formally recognize their gallantry in the present, but he was exercised in his mind as to what form this recognition should take.
There existed many decorations and medals instituted by his predecessors for the reward of gallantry and meritorious conduct, but these, by their terms of reference, were restricted in the main to members of the armed forces and only one of them, the Victoria Cross, was open to award of all ranks.
The planning of the George Cross and Medal was therefore of particular pleasure and interest to him, and the final design was almost entirely his own work, for he had sketched out an original device and had studied and amended with meticulous care the subsequent drafts presented to him.
members.rediff.com /GeorgeCross/GeorgeCr.htm   (831 words)

 George the Famous Taxi Driver of Greece
I had saved enough money to begin a new life but in Greece things are not so easy as in America and so I became a taxi driver to support my family.
On all the excursions we stop at beaches, quiet taverns, remote churches and monasteries because when you see Greece like this you have the freedom to see everything and to stop and look at anything that captures your interest.
You will eat the best food and be treated like a guest of my country and when we say goodbye at the airport you will be saying goodbye to a friend you will always remember and hope to see again.
greecetravel.com /taxi   (1068 words)

 St. George, orthodox saints, Greece
The turn came to the king's daughter, and St. George defeated the monster and dragged it into town by the princess's girdle.
When St. George converted to the Christian faith the emperor Diocletian wanted him to sacrifice to the pagan gods.
He is invoked against the plague, syphilis, leprosy, snake bites and witches He is also the avenger of women, and is usually depicted as a young knight on a horse, slaying a dragon.
www.in2greece.com /english/saints/george.htm   (266 words)

 Athens Guide: George The Famous Taxi Driver of Greece, airport transfers, sightseeing, tours to Delphi, Meteora, ...
George and his taxi have provided reliable and courteous service to thousands of visitors to Greece from the famous to your own next-door neighbor.
George is a wonderful host and translator and will make your experience in Greece a remarkable one.
George generously provided ice water, cold apples, and on the route home introduced us to fresh figs which he picked from a roadside tree.
www.athensguide.com /taxi.html   (2002 words)

 George competes in greece - The Daily Illini - Sports
Editor's note: Josh George is a junior in communications.
He is competing in track and field at the Paralympic Games in Athens, Greece.
Athens, Greece - Things have been crazy here, but that does not mean that a hopelessly single young man such as myself can't take some time out of his schedule to learn a little Greek from the beautiful young lady that works the night shift at Resident Services.
www.dailyillini.com /news/2004/09/24/Sports/George.Competes.In.Greece-730745.shtml   (941 words)

 Little George Takes on Greece's Barons of Sleaze   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The US-educated heir to a political dynasty vows to fight corruption and cynicism as he tries to lead his party and country into a new era.
The speech of the man they had known as Little George was going down well.
That culture is one that many say is dominated by a corrupt, back-scratching mentality.
www.buzzle.com /editorials/2-8-2004-50311.asp   (621 words)

 Greece with George Strickland - Art Workshops
"George has the ability to take complicated art concepts and explain them in an easily understood manner.
Join nationally known plein air painter George Strickland, President of Plein Air Painters of America, for this thrilling opportunity to paint for 8 days with a master artist.
During the first week, 4 days will be spent painting in the village and near the hotel; during the second week, 4 days of excursions with a bus and picnic lunch will expand our horizons to other aspects of the island.
www.sedonaartscenter.com /visitingartistworkshops/theartists/GeorgeStrickland.htm   (214 words)

 King George II Palace, Athens, Greece
King George II Palace has been hand-picked for Great Hotels of the World, a collection of the world's best hotels.
In the heart of Athens, the King George II Palace hotel revives a tradition of excellence and is the city’s newest exclusive address for discerning travellers.
A member of the Grecotel group, this nine-storey building was once the favourite meeting place of King George II Palace.
www.ghotw.com /hotel/home/king-george-ii.htm   (813 words)

 News Release - Poet laureate leads literary tour of Greece - January 23, 2004
From May 15 to May 28, George Bowering, an SFU professor emeritus in English and Canada’s newly appointed parliamentary poet laureate, will host "CanLit in Attica", a non-credit literary tour of Greece offered through SFU International.
Bowering fell in love with Greece as a young man making his first trip to Europe in 1966.
"Greece is a common landscape for Canadian writers," he says, and his literary walkabout will cover ground described in the poetry and fiction of important Canadian writers such as Leonard Cohen, Al Purdy, Irving Layton, Audrey Thomas, and Robert Kroetsch.
www.sfu.ca /mediapr/news_releases/archives_2003/news01230401.htm   (293 words)

 Articles - George I of Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
George I (December 24, 1845 March 18, 1913) was King of the Hellenes (Greece) from 1863 to 1913.
He was born in Copenhagen, the second son of King Christian IX of Denmark and Louise of Hesse.
He ruled Greece with some success, overseeing the consolidation of Greek rule over Thessaly and Epirus and the putting down of rebellion in Crete.
www.gaple.com /articles/George_I_of_Greece?mySession=c8c90dd62c9fbd50ff56e567fa20abca   (412 words)

 2001 Skouras Nemea Saint George (Greece) at American Cellars Wine Club
Saint George � is considered Greece�s most noble,� and this rendition by George Skouras is noble� in every way.
George Skouras was born in Argos, one of the oldest cities in Greece.
Saint George is considered the foremost variety in Greece for creating fine red wine,� Skouras adds.
www.acwc.com /1132.cfm   (334 words)

 St George Lycabettus, Athens, Greece
St George Lycabettus has been hand-picked for Great Hotels of the World, a collection of the world's best hotels.
Set on Lycabettus Hill in Athens’ chic Kolonaki district, and boasting stunning views of the Acropolis, the St George Lycabettus is renowned as one of Athens’ most glamorous hotels.
A great incentive and business destination, the St George Lycabettus is ideally located to enjoy some of the city’s must-see attractions, and staff can devise tailormade itineraries for every group.
www.ghotw.com /hotel/home/st-george-lycabettus.htm   (787 words)

 The Cult of St. George   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The painting "St. George and the Dragon" by J.
External photograph of late medieval Church of St. George, Mystra, Greece
The 6th-century Life of St. Theodore of Sykeon (c.AD530-613) illustrating early devotion to the cult of St. George
www.ucc.ie /milmart/George.html   (61 words)

 K&L Wines: 2001 Skouras, St George, Nemea (Aghiorgitiko) (Greece)
This is one of Greece's best reds, definitely serious, but delightfully delicious, too.
And while the legacy of ancient Greek culture lives on, little recognition is given to its modern-day contributions to the wine industry.
The 2001 Skouras, St George, Nemea (Aghiorgitiko) (Greece) you have chosen is not in stock in our retail stores or within our fulfillment center.
www.klwines.com /product.asp?sku=1014340   (370 words)

 George II of Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Greece was a republic from May 1924 until November 1935 when General Joannis Metaxas, head of the
Fearing the growth of the Communist Party in Greece, George gave his approval to Metaxas closing down parliament in August 1936, and establishing a fascist
After a plebiscite in 1946 George was restored to the throne.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /GREgeorge2.htm   (214 words)

 Lefkada Greece - George Hotel & Apartments on Lefkada Island - Nydri
George Hotel and Apartments in Nydri, on the Island of Lefkada Greece
Our hotel welcomed its first guests in the summer of 1989 and all renovated last winter 2003.It is ideally situated in Nidri (the most beautiful and touristik place of the island) very quiet and near by the beach, shopping center, tavernas e.t.c.
George Hotel & Apartments on Lefkada: Terms and Conditions
www.hotelgeorge.gr   (353 words)

 Naxos Island hotel Aegeon. Accommodation - studios and apartments. Naxos Greece island, Saint George Beach, Cyclades, ...
Hotel Aegeon has been recently built right next to Hotel Iliovasilema and it is situated just 40 metres from the sandy beach of Saint George in Naxos Greece and it is an accommodation with excellent service and a wide range of facilities and services.
Saint George beach is the first choice for those staying in Naxos Town and the area offers lot of on the beach entertainment.
The 7 furnished studios (accommodating 2 people) and the 2 furnished apartments (accommodating 4 people) are very spacious and all have their own balcony or veranda, music, air-conditioning, heating, direct dial phone, kitchenette, refrigerator, sat.
www.hotelaegeon.com /aegeon   (183 words)

 Gay travel Greece - St George Hotel Athens Greece
The combination of spectacular views of the Parthenon and the forested Lycabettus hill, together with the proximity to the exclusive business and shopping area of Kolonaki, make the location of the St. George Lycabettus Hotel second to none in Athens.
The Saint George, unlike many hotels, boasts individually designed suites.
The suites looking onto the Acropolis or the green Lycabettus hill have decor ranging from ultra modern animal prints and Missoni fabrics, to colonial style paneling.
www.gay-greece.us /hotels/athens/st_george.htm   (202 words)

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