Thursday, May 17, 2012

Book "The Rise and Fall of the Greek Colonels" by Woodhouse - Includes 134 Names and Table of Contents


The book "The Rise and Fall of the Greek Colonels" by C. M. Woodhouse was published by Granada Publishing Ltd., London in 1985.

I have transcribed the 134 names mentioned in this book along with the Table of Contents for your review.  If you are interested in this book it is available through the U.S. Inter-library loan program, you can work with your local library to obtain a copy.


GREEK NAMES MENTIONED IN BOOK

Androutsopoulos A. - referred to as Minister of Finance - Pages 48, 90, 144, 150-53, 156-8, 161-3

Agnew, Spyro - Vice President of the United States - Pages 57, 63, 94-6, 100

Ambatielos, Tony - referenced as a Greek communist - Page 1

Angelis, Odysseus - born 1912, Commander-in-Chief of Defense Forces 1969-73; Vice President of Republic 1973 - includes photograph - Numerous Pages

Anthimos (Bishop) - of Kition - played significant role in troubles which developed - Pages 5, 53, 75, 102

Antonakos (Air Marshal) - Pages 8, 19, 24, 30, 43, 45-46

Arapakis (Admiral) - Pages 144, 153-4, 156-9, 161-5

Arnaoutis (Major) - Pages 24, 26

Aslanidis, C. - Member of IDEA (Sacred League of Greek Officers) in early 1950s - Pages 8, 21-2, 98, 119, 121

Athanasiadis-Novas, George - Born 1893, Died 1984, Prime Minister 1965 - Pages 11, 163

Averoff-Tositsa, Evangelos - Born 1910, Foreign Minister 1956-61, Minister of Defense 1974-81, Leader of New Democracy 1981-84 - Numerous Pages

Bitsios, Dimitrios - Born 1915, Private Secretary to King Constantine 1966-67, Foreign Minister 1974-77 - Pages 13, 15, 24

Bonanos (General) - Pages 144, 151-54, 156-7, 161-3, 165, 168

Brandemas, John - First American born Greek elected to Congress - Page 93

Brillakis, A. - Born 1924, Leader of Communist Party (Interior) during dictatorship - Pages 24, 36, 51, 125

Chrysostomos (Archbishop) - Pages 27, 34

Clerides, Glavkos - Born 1919, President of Cypriot National Assembly 1960-76; Acting President of Republic of Cyprus 1974 - Pages 53, 148-49

Davos (General) - Pages 144, 161

Dedes (Admiral) - Pages 30, 43, 46-47

Denisis (General) - Page 153

Dertilis (Colonel) - Pages 135-6, 139

Dimou, Tassos - Founder of AEM (Anti-dictatorship Workers Front) - Page 38

Dovas (General) - Pages 43-44

Drakopoulos, Ch. - Communist; Secretary General of KKE (Interior), Communist Party of Greece - Page 96

Engolphopoulos (Admiral) - Pages 19, 24, 30

Ephesios, N. - Minister of Defense - Pages 122, 140

Steiakakis (also known as Gaddafi) (Major/Colonel) - Pages 22, 70, 84

Galatsanos (General) - Pages 144, 153-4, 156-9, 161-3, 168

Garouphalias, Petros - Born 1901, Died 1984, Minister of Defense 1964-65 - Pages 10-11, 116, 165

Ghikas, Solon - Retired General, former Chief of the General Staff - Pages 43, 70

Gizikis (General) - Pages 142-6, 151-4, 157, 161-6

Glezos, Manoli - referred to as maverick communist - Pages 37, 91, 105

Grivas, George - Born 1898, Died 1974, Commanded Greek and Cypriot Armed Forces 1964-67 - includes photograph - Numerous pages

Iakovos (Arcbishop) - Page 74

Ieronymos (Archbishop) - numerous pages

Iliou, Ilias - Born 1904, Leader of the left-wing EDA from 1956

Ioannidis, Dimitrios - Born 1923, Brigadier commanding ESA (National Military Security) 1969 - Numerous pages

Iordanidis (General) - Pages 65, 76

Kanellopoulos (maiden name), Amalia - Married twice:  Amalia Karamanlis, Amalia Megapanos - Pages 3, 132

Kanellopoulos, Panayiotis - Born 1902, Prime Minister 1945 & 1967 - includes photograph - Numerous pages

Karamanlis, Constantine - Born 1907;  Prime Minister 1955-63 & 1974-80;  President of the Republic 1980 - includes photograph - Numerous pages

Karayiorgas, D. - (Professor); Member of Democratic Defense (DA), seriously injured in accidental explosion - Pages 65, 76

Kardamakis (General) - Page 9

Karousos (Major) - Page 148

Khazapis (General) - Page 142

Koliyiannis, K. - Secretary-General in exile - Pages 36-37

Kollias, Constantine - Born 1901;  Prime Minister 1967 - includes photograph - Numerous pages

Kollias (General) - Pages 17-19, 43-8

Konophagos, K. (Professor) - Principal of the Polytechnic - Pages 130-33, 139

Konophaos, (Admiral) - Page 117

Konstantopoulos, Savvas - edited pro-junta newspaper Elevtheros Kosmos - Page 37

Koutsouri, Amalia (also known as Lady Fleming), born 1913, married Sir Alexander Fleming 1953, includes photograph - Pages 77-8, 95-6, 100, 105, 121

Kypraios, K. - Foreign Minister - Pages 151, 153, 157-9, 161

Kyprianou, Spyridon - Born 1932;  Foreign Minister of Cyprus 1960-72; President of National Assembly 1976-77; President of Republic 1977 - Pages 97, 102

Ladas, I. - member of IDEA (Sacred League of Greek Officers) - Numerous pages

Lambrakis, Grigorios - Pages 2, 88, 100

Laskaris (General) - Pages 17, 21

Liarakos (General) - Pages 43, 45, 47-48

Livanos, Dionysios - nephew of Prime Minister Kanellopoulos - Page 24

Louros (Professor) - Page 128

Makarezos, N. - Born 1919 - Deputy Prime Minister 1971-73, Condemned for high treason 1975 - includes photograph - Numerous pages

Makarios III, Archbishop of Cyprus - Born 1913, Died 1977 - President of Republic of Cyprus 1960-77 - includes photograph - Numerous pages

Manettas (General) - Pages 17-18, 43- 45-46

Mangakis, George A. - Born 1922 - Minister of Justice 1981 - Numerous pages

Mangakis, George B. - lawyer - Page 38

Markezinis, Spyro - Born 1909 - Prime Minister 1973 - Numerous pages

Mavros, George - Born 1909 - Foreign Minister 1974 - Leader of Center Union 1974-77 - Numerous pages

Mavroyenis, George - Page 57

Mercouri, Melina - Born 1925 - film star, Minister of Culture & Science 1981 - Pages 38, 121

Metaxas (General) - Numerous pages

Mexis, A. - member of IDEA (Sacred League of Greek Officers) - Pages 8, 41

Minis, Tasso - Retired Air Force Officer, decorated hero - Page 95

Mitsotakis, Costa - Pages 23, 121, 125

Nikolopoulos, Petros (General) - Born 1898, First head of Central Service of Information (KYP) - Page 9

Oikonomou-Gouras, P. - Foreign Minister appointed day after coup - Pages 31, 41-42

Opropoulos, Dimitrios - Pages 8, 30, 43, 50

Panagoulis, Alexander - Numerous pages

Panagoulis, George - Page 54

Panayiotakos, K. - Greece's representative at the Council of Europe

Panouryias (General) - Pages 12, 16-17

Papadatos (General) - Pages 17-18, 23-24

Papadongonas (Commander) - Page 117

Papadopoulos, Constantine - Brother of George Papadopoulos - Pages 134, 136, 144

Papadopoulos, George - Born 1919 - Prime Minister 1967-73; President of Republic 1973; Condemned for high treason 1975 - Includes photograph - Numerous pages

Papagos, Alexander - Born 1883, Died 1955;  Prime Minister 1952-55 - Page 2

Papakonstantinou, Theodore - Member of KKE (Communist Party of Greece) - Page 37

Papaligouras, Panayiotis - Born 1917 - Foreign Minister 1977-78 - Pages 19, 23

Papandreou, Andreas - Born 1919, Father is George Papandreou, Emigrated to USA 1939-61, returned to Greece - Prime Minister 1981 - Includes photograph - Numerous pages

Papandreou, George - Born 1888 , Died 1968 - Prime Minister 1944 & 1963-65 - Numerous pages

Papandreou, Margaret - wife of Andreas Papandreou - Pages 6, 50, 93

Papanikolaou (Air-Marshal) - Numerous pages

Papaspyrou, D. - Pages 79, 93, 106

Papaterpos, A. - Leader of ASPIDA - Pages 8-9, 12, 33

Pappas (Commander) - Pages 116-118

Pappas, Tom - Numerous pages

Paraskevopoulos, Ioannis - Born 1900, Died 1984 - Prime Minister 1966-67 - Pages 13-14

Partsalidis, D. - Pages 37, 96

Pattakos, Stylianos - Born 1912 - Deputy Prime Minister 1971-73;  Condemned for high treason 1975 - Includes photograph - Numerous pages

Peridis (General) - Pages 43-45, 47

Pesmazoglou, Ioannis (John) - Born 1918 - Professor, Athens University 1967-70 - Numerous pages

Pipinelis, Panayiotis - Born 1899, Died 1970 - Prime Minister 1963;  Foreign Minister 1967-70 - Numerous pages

Plevris, K. - Leader of the "Fourth of August Movement" - Page 61

Rallis, George - Born 1918 - Foreign Minister 1978-80;  Prime Minister 1980-81 - Numerous pages

Rouphogalis, M. - Pages 8, 21, 82, 129

Rozakis (Admiral) - Pages 24, 47-48, 117

Sakellaridis (Professor) - Pages 133, 138

Sepheris, George - Pages 67, 78

Serapheim (Archbishop) - Pages 144-5, 163

Siphnaios, P. - Pages 130-32

Spandidakis, Grigorios (also spelled Spatidakis) (General) - Born 1909 - Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense 1967 - sentenced to ten years imprisonment 1975 - Includes photograph - Numerous pages

Spanidis (Admiral) - Page 24

Stamatelopoulos, D. - Numerous pages

Stasinopoulos, Michael - Born 1909 - President of the Republic 1974-75 - Pages 14, 65

Steiakakis (Major) - Page 22

Stephanopoulos, Stephanos - Born 1898 - Died 1983 - Prime Minister 1965-66 - Numerous pages 

Tetenes, S. - Pages 150-51

Theodorakis, Mikis - Born 1925 - Popular musician - Entered Parliament 1974 - Numerous pages

Therapos, P. - Minister of Public Order - Pages 122, 130, 134-6, 141

Totomis, P. - Page 31

Tsakalotos (General) - Page 43

Tsaroukhas, George - Page 57

Tsatsos, Constantine - Born 1899 - President of Republic 1975-80

Tsirimokos, Ilias - Born 1907 - Died 1968 - Prime Minister 1965 - Pages 11-12

Tsouderos, Virginia - Page 105

Vidalis (Brigadier) - Numerous pages

Vlachos, Angelos - Page 151

Vlachos, Helen - Born 1911 - Owner and Editor of Kathimerini - Includes photograph - Pages 16, 29, 36, 93, 121

Xanthopoulos-Palamas, Christos - Born 1904 - Died 1977 - Under Secretary, Minister of Fpreign Affairs 1970-72 - Numerous pages

Yiorgakis, Costa - Page 127

Yiorkatzis, Polykarpos - Numerous pages

Zagorianakos (General) - Pages 120, 136, 140

Zigdis, Ioannis - Born 1913 - Leader of Centre Union from 1977 - Numerous pages

Zoitakis, George - Born 1910 - Under Secretary for Defense 1967 - Regent of Greece 1967-72 - Sentenced to life imprisonment 1975 - Includes photograph - Numerous pages

Zolotas, Xenophon - Born 1904 - Died 1984 - Governor of Bank of Greece 1955=67 - Minister of Co-ordination 1974 - Page 163

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgements
List of Abbreviations
Personalities

1.  Men of tomorrow 1963-67
2.  Coup d'etat or revolution?  April 1967
3.  Resistance and reaction April - December 1967
4.  The monstrous regiment - 1968
5.  Onward, Christian soldiers! - 1969
6.  A new era - 1970
7.  The American commitment - 1971
8.  Towards a home port - 1971-72
9.  Turn of the tide - January-November 1973
10.  The students' revolt - November 1973
11.  Down a steep place - November 1973-July 1974
12.  Yesterday's men - 1974-81

Note on sources
References
Bibliography 
Index



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