Monday, September 7, 2009

Constantine I and the Greek People



Updated March 22, 2012


The book "Constantine I and the Greek People" by Paxton Hibben was published by the Century Co., New York in 1920.  It is available as a FREE Google ebook.  Below you will find the 89 Greek names mentioned, and the Table of Contents.


Greek names mentioned in book: Apostolos Alexandris, A. Andreades, P. Arguyeropoulos, Bartzoukas, Benakis (Bennakis), Elie Bossinaki, Caliniko, Callaris, Nicholas Caloguyeropoulos, Stavros Cardalias, George Caradjas, Carapanos, A. Caratzina, C. Catacolo, Christodoulos, Basil Cianos, G. Cianios, Corakas, Ath. Cotsanos, Coundouriotis, G. Daleggio, Damianos, Danglis, Diamantopoulos, Nicholas Didachos, Nicholas Dimitricopoulos, Dousmanis, Dragoumis, Eliakis, G. Gerozaho, Z. Gerozaho, Demetrios Gounaris, Paul Gyparis (Ghyparis), Hadjopoulos, Ipitis, Constantine Jordanou, Lysander Kaftanzhoglo, Kalimasiotis, Demitrios Kalopothakis, Khalkirikis, B. Kymourtzis, Spyridon Lambros, Lefkis, Levidis, Manoussoyannakis, Metaxas, Mitsas, Moscopoulos, Orphanidis, Pallis, Papageorgiou, Papajoannou, Papoulas, Demetrios Papoulis, Hercules Patica, Patriarcheas, Nicholas Politis, E. Repoulis, Revinthis, Rhallys, Lucas Ruphos, Sacoudis, Demetrios Safourla, Nicholas Samaras, Sarafianos, Agamemnon Schlieman, Gregory Sinopoulos, Sioris, Skouloudis, Demetrios Stinys, Nicholas Stratos, G. Tetradis, Theoclitos, G. Theotokis, Tragonos, Trikoupis, E. K. Venizelos, Vlakhopoulos, Solon Vlastos, Demitrios Vocotopoulos, Yannakitsas, A. Zafiropoulos, Alexander Zaimis, Zalocastas (Zalacostas), Alexander Zannos, Christopher Zographos, Pamicos Zymbrakakis


CONTENTS
PART I - INTRIGUE
Greece in 1914
Greece in the First Half of 1915
The Serbian Treaty
The Saloniki Adventure
Serbia Abandoned
The First Blockade
Constantine I Takes a Stand
Wheels Within Wheels
PART II - COERCION
Encroachments
King Constantine Speaks His Mind
The Question of Good Faith
Venizelos Attacks His King
The Transport of the Serbs
Fort Rupel
The First Ultimatum
The Bulgarian Invasion
The Warrior King Unsheathes His Sword
PART III - STARVATION
The Second Ultimatum
A Cabinet Formed for War
Venizelos Declares Revolution
The Entente Refuses Greece as an Ally
The Seizure of the Greek Fleet
The Venizelist Invasion of Old Greece
Admiral Dartige du Fournet in Control
The Battle of Athens
Anathema!
The Unending Blockade
EPILOGUE
APPENDICES





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