was the chief Censor in the Balkan Wars.
Pericles Argyropoulo, Greece ->
organized the revolutionary movement in Salonica in 1915. This caused the first abdication of King Constantin and permitted Greece to break off neutrality and enter the World War on the side of the allies.
Achille Lambros, Greece ->
was a member of the national defense of Smyrna. For the liberation in 1920-1922 he was persecuted by the royalistic authorities of Greece. While he was governor general in Macedonia in 1923, a revolution broke out in Greece and especially in Macedonia. Together with the military forces faithful to the government, the revolution could be put down and within 4 or 5 days the situation was saved.
Timos Moraitinis, Greece ->
One of the most important periods in his life was when he took arms to defend his country against the Turks in the war of 1897 and when one of his plays was given the first time on the stage.
Constantin Moschopoulos, Greece ->
has investigated the causes of the military disaster of Asia-Minor (1924): it was the division under his order which forced back the Turkish army in October 1912 in Sarandasporos, forcing the retirement of the Turkish army and capturing all of the artillery. was the commander of IV. division at the center of the battle of Kilkis, which decided the issue of the 2nd Balkan War.
Alexandre Papanastarin, Greece ->
In 1922 he claimed in a manifest the abdication of the King and declared in the contrary case the population would be forced to proclaim the republic. After having been imprisoned he founded a new party - union republican; and a cabinet proclaiming on March 25, 1924 the dethronement of the dynasty the new republic.
Panaghis Tsaldaris, Greece ->
His firm attitude during the Venizelist movement in Greece has contributed in a great measure to the rapid return of order.