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  Makarios III - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Makarios was archbishop and primate of the autocephalous Cypriot Orthodox Church from 1950 until his death.
Though in March 1961 Cyprus was admitted as member of the British Commonwealth and Makarios represented the island at the Commonwealth Prime Ministers΄ Conference, in September 1961 he participated in the Belgrade Conference of Heads of State of Non-Aligned Countries.
In 1977, Makarios and Rauf Denktash signed high level agreements on the resolution of the Cyprus dispute, agreeing that the future solution would be a bi-communal, bi-zonal federation.
www.eastcleveland.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Makarios   (556 words)

 Cyprus History: Archbishop Makarios on the invasion of Cyprus by Greece
Archbishop Makarios on the invasion of Cyprus by Greece
Makarios, who also declared Greece as an invader said that the coup organised by the military regime of Greece on 15 July 1974 was put into effect by the Greek officers serving in and commanding the Cyprus National Guard.
Makarios, who was supposed to be the president of Greek and Turkish Cypriots, was himself responsible for bringing the Greek soldiers to Cyprus in 1964, which started the first invasion of Cyprus by Greece.
www.cypnet.com /.ncyprus/history/republic/makarios-speech.html   (3655 words)

 Makarios III on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Makarios pursued a neutralist policy, favoring a peaceful solution between the island's Greek and Turkish communities.
After his term of office had expired in 1965 and had been extended to 1968, Makarios was reelected in 1968 and 1973.
Makarios III Hospital in Nicosia installs telemedicine system.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/M/Makarios.asp   (327 words)

 Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus :: www.trncgov.com ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Makarios thought that the Greek Cypriot side could not reject Denktas's proposals but despite that, the reply of the Greek side had to be delayed for tactical reasons and in order to induce for further Turkish concessions.
However Makarios had a different point of view, which was explained as follows: "Our main aim should be to reduce the Turkish Community's political status to that of minority, acknowledging autonomy only on such matters as religion, education, culture, personal status but not in local Government." Ibid, p.
Makarios had to rely only on private armed groups sympathizing with him and who were armed by him, such as the armed groups of the socialist leader Dr. Vassos Lyssarides.
www.trncgov.com /history_14.htm   (2222 words)

 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Makarios III
Makarios III (1913-77), Cypriot Greek leader who was Orthodox archbishop of Cyprus and first president of Cyprus.
A military coup d'etat on July 15 toppled the government of President Makarios and plunged Cyprus into a profound political and constitutional crisis.
The coup and its aftermath precipitated a Turkish invasion of the island and threatened the 14-year-old republic with partition and possible...
encarta.msn.com /Makarios_III.html   (163 words)

 deseretnews.com | Priest celebrates diversity
Makarios said his family's long tradition of serving the Greek Orthodox Church and his own personal beliefs caused him to worry that he might be forced to take lives if he was sent to Vietnam.
Makarios likes to think he remains on an "extended leave of absence" from St. Catherine's, but he doubts he will be able to return.
Makarios said there is land in Green River, Wyo., where he has a dream of starting a monastery — a place of sanctuary, like St. Catherine's, where he and others may serve others and spend time in prayer for humanity.
deseretnews.com /dn/view/0,1249,595095395,00.html   (1650 words)

 Mikhail Makarios III
Makarios returned to Cyprus in 1959, and became Prime Minister.
With the exception of a short interval in 1974, Makarios remained head of state until his death.
Throughout it all, Makarios maintained his dual role of head of state and head of church.
www.multied.com /bio/people/Makarios.html   (81 words)

 Makarios III -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
As archbishop, Makarios had the status of (Click link for more info and facts about ethnarch) ethnarch of the Greek Cypriots.
He was elected (The chief executive of a republic) president of (An island in the eastern Mediterranean) Cyprus in December 1959 and took up official duties August 16, 1960, at Cypriot independence.
In 1977, Makarios and (Click link for more info and facts about Rauf Denktash) Rauf Denktash signed high level agreements on the resolution of the Cyprus dispute, agreeing that the future solution would be a bi-communal, bi-zonal federation.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/m/ma/makarios_iii2.htm   (465 words)

 Makarios :: Construction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
An Austrian company ELVAG approached MAKARIOS Group at the end of 2001, with a request to organize the financing of its participation in the Austrian-Chinese joint venture NSEC (Ningbo Shangjieling Expressway Company) for the construction of an expressway in China.
A representative of MAKARIOS Group was appointed member of the Supervisory Board of ELVAG and Member of the Board of NSEC for the supervision of project implementation.
The Northern Prospect project realized by Makarios Group together with one of the largest construction companies in Armenia, CJSC Aikapal, is the only complex in the republic that will meet the strictest international standards and safety requirements, including seismic stability.
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 Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus :: www.trncgov.com ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Makarios clearly admitted that their demand for the acknowledgement of the right to self-determination for ` Cypriots would mean nothing but the union of the island with Greece and in fact that was their main objective in taking the issue to the UN.
The day after Makarios returned from New York in early January 1955, he met with Colonel George Grivas in the Larnaca Bishopric and told him that Marshall Papagos as well was now in full agreement with their activities to form an underground organization.
Now that Makarios was free and Britain ready to transfer the sovereignty of Cyprus on condition of retaining her military bases, it was time to appoint a new civil governor who might create a new atmosphere towards this end.
www.trncgov.com /history_10.htm   (3724 words)

 Makarios Condo St Augustine Beach
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 The Coup of 15 July & Turkish Peace Operation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Makarios gave an interview on 6 June on the letter he sent to Ghizikis and stated that Athens was financing and directing EOKA B with the aim of dissolving the Cyprus state.
From Paphos, Makarios was transported to the Akrotiri Base by the British in a helicopter; then first to Malta and from there on 17 July 1974 to London in an RAF transport plane.
Makarios in his speech underlined the fact that the coup was organised by the military regime in Athens and carried out by Greek army officers who were serving in the National Guard and were Commanding it.
www.charm.net /~trnc/h11.html   (2856 words)

 Cyprus History: 1974 Greek Coup d'etat & Turkish Intervention
An attempt was made on his life, and Grivas returned in 1971 to head a new organisation, EOKA-B, with Makarios, rather than the Turkish-Cypriots, in its sight.
Makarios was told from Athens to dismiss his foreign minister and to regard Athens as the National Centre.
The coup d'etat was of course ipso facto unconstitutional and was said by Makarios himself to be an attempt to extend Greek dictatorship to the island.
www.cypnet.com /.ncyprus/history/republic/1974.html   (1116 words)

 Theology Today - Vol 31, No. 4 - January 1975 - CRITICSCORNER - A Profile of Makarios
Makarios is the son of a Cypriot shepherd farmer.
Following the death of Archbishop Makarios II in 1950, Makarios III was elected to succeed him as the youngest archbishop and ethnarch in Cypriot history.
Makarios himself is disarming at this point; he views the presidency as temporary, forced upon him by circumstances.
theologytoday.ptsem.edu /jan1975/v31-4-criticscorner5.htm   (1166 words)

 TRNC Public Information Office
But Makarios insisted that the subject of local government was a matter of serious concern for him and that he was not prepared to back down on that issue.
Makarios launched a press campaign in the summer of 1973 against the Greek Military and published a newspaper called Eleftheros Laos (Free People) which openly advocated the expulsion of Greek mainland officers.
Makarios thought that he could cope easily with EOKA B terror as their leader was dead.
www.trncinfo.com /TANITMADAIRESI/2002/ENGLISH/HISTORY/PAGE12.htm   (2240 words)

 Ecclesia -Monasteries and Shrines
Saint Makarios, the son of George Notaras, was born in Corinth in 1731.
The deposed Makarios withdrew to the Monastery of the Theotokos in Hydra.
Makarios was among the brothers of the Monastery.
www.ecclesia.gr /English/monshrines/patmos3.html   (17740 words)

 Cyprus Conflict Within the Greek Cypriot Community, 1967-74 - Flags, Maps, Economy, History, Climate, Natural ...
Because Makarios had decided enosis was no longer possible in the short term, more adamant pro-enosis Cypriot groups and anticommunist Greek officers, both of which infiltrated the National Guard during the late 1960s and early 1970s, would subvert his government increasingly after 1967 and finally overthrow him in 1974.
Makarios failed in his efforts to limit the autonomy of the National Guard, which, under the influence of right-wing Greek officers, remained attached to enosis and bitterly opposed to Makarios's political association with the communist party.
As Makarios had foreseen, but the Greek military leaders did not, Turkey reacted forcibly to the coup by landing a large number of troops on the northern coast of Cyprus.
www.photius.com /countries/cyprus/national_security/cyprus_national_security_conflict_within_the_~1475.html   (685 words)

 Rain in August. Cyprus, the UN, and the death of Archbishop Makarios - a personal recollection.
Makarios, a seemingly incongruous presentation of President and Archbishop, was dressed in the fl robes of a prelate of the Orthodox Church; the magnificent pectoral cross and chain suspended from his neck heightening the impression.
Although Makarios escaped the attempt on his life, the beautiful Presidential Palace was burned to the ground.
Makarios' resumed the Presidency but in August of 1977 he died suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 64.
threemonkeysonline.com /threemon_articleMakarios_Waldheim_Cyprus.htm   (905 words)

 Hellenic Cyprus
Born Michael Mouskos, Makarios was elected bishop of Kition in 1948 and in 1950 Makarios became the Archbishop of Cyprus whereupon he took an oath in church that he would achieve ENOSIS before his death.
In 1953 Makarios managed to secure the support of the Greek government and created a movement for ENOSIS, this movement was called EOKA and in 1954 a Greek officer named Georgios Grivas arrived in Cyprus to become the leader of the EOKA movement.
George Grivas, leader of the ENOSIS movement, launched a campaign aimed at overthrowing Makarios, this time it was called EOKA B. This effort finally succeeded (July, 1974), when a Greek-sponsored coup deposed Makarios.
www.geocities.com /helleniccyprus/makarios.html   (323 words)

 Cyprus Political Developments after the Crisis of 1967 - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, ...
Makarios was the president of the republic, but his authority did not extend into the Turkish enclaves.
Relations between Nicosia and Athens were at such a low ebb that the colonels of the Greek junta, recognizing that they had Makarios in a perilous position, issued an ultimatum for him to reform his government and rid it of ministers who had been critical of the junta.
Working against Makarios was the fact that most officers of the Cypriot National Guard were Greek regulars who supported the junta and its desire to remove him from office and achieve some degree of enosis.
workmall.com /wfb2001/cyprus/cyprus_history_political_developments_after_the_crisis_of_1967.html   (1254 words)

 Makarios, III Biography / Biography of Makarios, III Biography Biography
His Beatitude, Makarios III (1913-1977), archbishop and ethnarch of the Orthodox Church of Cyprus and the first president of the Republic of Cyprus, 1959-1977, championed the campaign to unite the island politically with Greece for a quarter-century.
Archbishop Makarios III was born Michael Christodoulou Mouskos on August 13, 1913, the son of a goatherder in the village of Ano Panayia, near Paphos in western Cyprus.
At age 13, after a primary education in the village, he was accepted as a novice in the famed monastery of Kykko and began a brilliant career as a student.
www.bookrags.com /biography-makarios-iii/index.html   (235 words)

 Assembly of Turkish American Associations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
On July 28, 1960 Makarios, the Greek Cypriot president, said: "The independence agreements do not form the goal they are the present and not the future.
The aim of the Greek Cypriots was to reduce the Turkish Cypriot people to the status of a mere minority, wholly subject to the control of the Greek Cypriots, pending ultimate destruction or expulsion of the Turkish Cypriots from the island.
Judging from the English newspapers and many others, the feeling is very strong indeed against Makarios and his so-called government, and nothing would please the British people more than to see him toppled and the Cyprus problem solved by the direct dealings between the Turks and the Greeks.
www.ataa.org /ataa/ref/cyprus/cyprus_genocide.html   (2896 words)

 banners   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Archbishop Makarios was already showing his deepest desire, which he would very soon communicate to the Patriarchate of Alexandria, as the whole of the African continent was under its jurisdiction.
Archbishop Makarios’ next visit to Kenya was delayed due to the Turkish invasion of Cyprus, and it was not until August 1976 that he had an opportunity to see the buildings of the Seminary as well as of the Technical School completed.
The full significance of the meaning of the life of Archbishop Makarios, his work for Africa and the renewal of Christian vision is something which cannot yet be seen, but which we may come to see if we are faithful to the vision that he himself both saw and followed.
www.greece.org /GOPATALEX/Mission/archmakarios_kenya_en.htm   (4816 words)

 AIAON | BBC ON THIS DAY | 14 | 1959: Makarios elected president of Cyprus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
It has been a remarkable turnaround for the Archbishop, who three-and-a-half years ago was deported to the Seychelles by the British authorities for his refusal to renounce the violent campaign by EOKA terrorists to rid the island of its colonial rulers.
Archbishop Makarios and Dr Kutchuk formally negotiated Cyprus's independence from Britain, which was officially declared at midnight on 15 August 1960.
In 1974, Makarios was briefly deposed in a coup by Greek Cypriots seeking unification with Greece.
amiabstractornot.highlyillogical.org /onthisday/hi/dates/stories/december/14/newsid_3747000/3747247.stm   (560 words)

President Makarios’ life-long struggle for the true political independence of Cyprus, social and religious justice for all people and his personal devotion to the service of humankind were admired by the many friends who will remember him for a long time.
The leader of the struggle for the independence of the island was Archbishop Makarios, who was at the same time the head of the Orthodox Church of Cyprus and the “Ethnarch” - the leader of the Nation.
As Archbishop Makarios came to know of the existence of the African Orthodox Church, he felt the need to spread the Orthodox faith and love; the spirit of peace and freedom, which was his deepest wish and desire.
www.greekorthodox-alexandria.org /Mission/archmakarios_kenya_en.htm   (4799 words)

 Archbishop Makarios of Cyprus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Archbishop Makarios III of Cyprus became the nation's first President when Britain granted the island independence in 1959.
George Grivas (also in photo), leader of the enosis movement, launched a terrorist campaign aimed at overthrowing Makarios, finally succeeding in July of 1974, when a Greek Junta-sponsored coup deposes Makarios declaring that he is dead in the rubble of his palace.
When Makarios died in August of 1977 of a heart attack the funeral is interrupted by a rainstorm, unheard of in Cyprus for that month.
ahistoryofgreece.com /biography/makarios.htm   (355 words)

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