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GREECE: Near East Relief

The Greek Minister of Relief, Dr. Doxlades, appealed to the United States Government and the American Red Cross to continue relief work among the 500,000...

GREECE: British Taxicabs

Athenian motorbus chauffeurs adjusted their motors to back-fire last week, then drove for several hours around and around the Houses of Parliament, creating...

GREECE: Orthodox Offer

Prominent in Soviet counter-religious propaganda is the charge that "during the famine of 1921 the Orthodox Church failed to ease the Russian people's...

GREECE: Metaxas Dictates

In Athens a closely guarded limousine swept up to the British Legation and instalked stocky General John M'etaxas, the new Dictator (TIME, Aug. 17). A second...

GREECE: Ambassador

The oft-summoned Cincinnatus of Greece, ex-Premier Eleutherios Venizelos, once again came out of retirement in foreign climes to undertake a patriotic duty...

GREECE: New Premier

A prolonged Cabinet crisis, the fifth since the Greeks threw out King George II (TIME, Dec. 31), was again unsatisfactorily settled. Provisional President...

GREECE: General v. King

Newly restored King George II continued to show himself last week a monarch of resource and boldness. When he first exhibited himself on a balcony of the Royal...

GREECE: Out

The Cabinet of Premier Papanastasiou, tottering for a month, fell. The crisis was caused (by the resignations of Colonel Kondylis, Minister of War and General...

GREECE: A Loan

Through Henry Morganthau, returning to the U. S. from relief work abroad, Greece, oldest and youngest republic in the world, offered to loan the U. S. "for...

GREECE: Munitions Dislocation

Six hundred million drachmas ($5,700,-000) is a lot of money to Greeks. To get it from the Chamber of Deputies and "to spend this huge but necessary sum for...

GREECE: Revolutionary Rumblings

The air was charged with thunder. It was rumored in London, Paris, Rome that a coup d'├ętat had been effected in Greece by a group of revolutionaries, aiming to...

GREECE: League Loan

The United States Minister at Berne, capital of Switzerland, Joseph C. Grew, notified the secretariat of the League of Nations that U. S. representatives...

GREECE: Venizelos v. Hambros

Traditionally the principal backer of the Greek Republic has been London's huge Hambros Bank, Ltd. Recently it has been rumored that Hambros has been trying...

GREECE: Eleutherios & Railways

Eleutherios Venizelos, the foxy statesman who upset the Greek Royal House and whose first name means "Liberty," was back in the Cabinet saddle at Athens last...

GREECE: President Pangalos

Dictator General Theodore Pangalos was administering Greece as a dictature when the week opened. None the less, he had ordered a presidential election and...

GREECE: Fever

That 250,000 Greeks are down with dengue feve* was last week's startling announcement from the Greek Ministry of Health. But the 250,000 were of secondary...

GREECE: Confidence

The coup de ├ętat which General Pangalos and Admiral Hadjikiriakos recently executed (TIME, July 6) was legalized when Parliament gave its confidence to the new...

GREECE: Murder! Murder!

In two Athens newspapers foxy old Premier Eleutherios Venizelos read simultaneous appeals which moved him deeply. Next day he tendered the resignation of his...

GREECE: Election

When returns from Greece's general election last week showed that his Liberal (Republican) Party had lost, Premier Eleutherios Venizelos, famed "Grand Old...

GREECE: Baffled Royalists

How annoying it can be to win a national election, Greek Royalists found out last week. The first acts of the new Royalist Premier. Panayoti Tsaldaris, lover...