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"The Greek White Book - Supplementary Diplomatic Documents 1913-1917" issued by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Greek Government - Published for the American Hellenic Society by Oxford University Press in 1919.
Translated from the French Edition by
Theodore P. Ion, D.C.L.
Carroll N. Brown, Ph.D.
Supplementary Diplomatic Documents 1913-1917, Issued by the Greek Government Dealing with the Greco-Serbian Treaty and the Germano-Bulgarian Invasion of Macedonia, and containing Telegrams Exchanged by the Courts of Athens and Berlin
NAMES MENTIONED IN BOOK
Alexandropoulos, J. - Minister of Greece at Belgrade
Anastasiou, Michael - Killed at Croussovo on Dec 10, 1915 by Bulgarian comitadjis
Argyropoulos, G. A.
Bairas - Brigadier-General
Carapanos, A. - Minister of Foreign Affairs at Athens
Christaki-Zographos, G. - Minister of Foreign Affairs at Athens
Coromilas, L. - Minister of Greece at Rome
Gennadis - Brigadier-General
Gennadius, J. - Minister of Greece at London
Gryparis, J. - Minister of Greece at Vienna
Kalessis - Mayor of Yangovetsi; Fate unknown
Karayas, Marcos - Imprisoned 19th Dec. 1915
Messalas - Colonel
Moschopoulos - General
Nambis, Peter - Killed at Croussovo on Dec 10, 1915 by Bulgarian comitadjis
Panas, D. - Minister of Greece at Constantinople
Pharmakis, Zissis - Killed on Dec. 31, 1915 near Resna, by Bulgarian soldiers
Rhoidis - Secretary of the King
Romanos, A. - Minister of Greece at Paris
Skouloudis, S. - President of the Council of Ministers
Tegos, Michael - Fate unknown
Vanghelis - Killed in the Bulgarian quarter of onastir, Dec. 13, 1915
Venizelos, Eleutherios K. - President of the Council of Ministers