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Kingdom of Greece
Vasílion tis Elládos 
The Kingdom of Greece (Greek: Βασίλειον τῆς Ἑλλάδος, Vasílion tis Elládos) was a state established in 1832 in the Convention of London by the Great Powers (the United Kingdom, France and the Russian Empire). It was internationally recognized in the Treaty of Constantinople, where it also secured full independence from the Ottoman Empire, marking the birth of the first fully independent Greek state since the fall of the last remnants of the Byzantine Empire to the Ottomans in the mid-15th century. It succeeded from the Greek provisional governments of the Greek War of Independence, and lasted until 1924, when the monarchy was abolished, and the Second Hellenic Republic declared. The Kingdom was restored in 1935, and lasted until 1974, when, in the aftermath of a seven-year military dictatorship, the current Third Republic came into existence. 
 List of the Monarchs of Greece - 1832-1973 
 This is a list of kings of Greece, that is, kings of the modern nation-state of Greece. Only Otto was actually styled King of Greece. His successor, George I, was styled King of the Hellenes, as were all future monarchs.The House of Wittelsbach held the Greek Crown between 1832 and 1862, when it passed to the House of Oldenburg.

House of Wittelsbach (1832-1862)

Picture Name Monarch from Monarch until
1 Otto of Greece.jpg Otto 6 February 1832 23 October 186
House of Oldenburg - 1863-1973

Picture Name Monarch from Monarch until
2 King George of Hellenes.jpg George I 30 March 1863 18 March 1913
3 Alexander I of Greece.png Alexander 11 June 1917 19 December 1920
4 Constantine I of Greece.jpg Constantine I 18 March 1913
19 December 1920
11 June 1917
27 September 1922
5 Georgeiiofgreece.jpg George II 27 September 1922
3 November 1935
25 March 1924
1 April 1947
6 Paul of Greece.jpg Paul 1 April 1947 6 March 1964
7 King Constantine.jpg Constantine II 6 March 1964 1 June 1973
The Family Titles and Styles

The members of this family bear the title Prince or Princess of Greece and Denmark, Royal Highness. They still bear the Danish title because King George I never renounced his rights to the Danish throne when he assumed the Greek one, though he did defer his succession rights and agreed that his younger brother's would supersede his. What view the Danish Court and government take of the Greeks' use of the Danish titles is not clear. The members of the Greek Royal Family are no longer in the line of succession to the Danish throne, however. 
The Genealogy of the Royal House
Christian Wilhelm Ferdinand Adolf Georg Pr of Denmark, b.Copenhagen 24 Dec 1845; he was selected by the Powers to take the Greek throne after Otto of Bavaria was forced into exile; he assumed the throne 31 Oct 1863, becoming King GIORGIOS I of the Hellenes; he was assassinated at Salonika 18 Mar 1913; he m.at St.Petersburg 27 Oct 1867 Olga Constantinovna Grand Dss of Russia (Pavlovsk 3 Sep 1851-Pau, Béarn 18 Jun 1926)

1a) KONSTANTINOS I, King of the Hellenes (Athens 2 Aug 1868-Palermo 11 Jan 1923); he succeeded his father in 1913, abdicated for himself and his eldest son in Jun 1917, resumed the throne in 1920 after the death of his second son, and then abdicated again, in favor of his eldest son, 27 Sep 1922; he m.at Athens 27 Oct 1889 Sophie Pss of Prussia (Potsdam 14 Jun 1870-Frankfurt 13 Jan 1932)

1b) GIORGIOS II, King of the Hellenes 27 Sep 1922-25 Mar 1924 and 3 Nov 1935-1 Apr 1947 (Tatoi 19 Jul 1890-Athens 1 Apr 1947); m.Bucharest 27 Feb 1921 (div 1935) Elisabeth Pss of Romania (Pelesch 12 Oct 1894-Cannes 14 Nov 1956)

2b) ALEXANDROS, King of the Hellenes Jun 1917-25 Oct 1920 (Tatoi 1 Aug 1893-Athens 25 Oct 1920); m.Athens 4 Nov 1919 Aspasia Manos, cr Pss of Greece 10 Sep 1922 (Athens 4 Sep 1896-Venice 7 Aug 1972)

1c) Alexandra (Athens 25 Mar 1921-Burges Hills, nr Lewes 30 Jan 1993); m.London 20 Mar 1944 King Peter II of Yugoslavia (Belgrade 6 Sep 1923-Denver 3 Nov 1970)

3b) Elena (Athens 3 May 1896-Lausanne 28 Nov 1982); m.Athens 10 Mar 1921 King Carol II of Romania (Sinaia 15 Oct 1893-Estoril 4 Apr 1953)

4b) PAVLOS, King of the Hellenes on the death of his eldest brother, King George II, on 1 Apr 1947, was b.Athens 14 Dec 1901 and d.at Tatoi, nr Athens 6 Mar 1964; he m.at Athens 9 Jan 1938 Friederike Pss of Hannover, Dss of Braunschweig-Lüneburg (Blankenburg, Harz 18 Apr 1917-Madrid 6 Feb 1981)

1c) Sofia, b.Psychiko 2 Nov 1938; m.Athens 14 May 1962 King Juan Carlos of Spain (b.Rome 5 Jan 1938)

2c) KONSTANTINOS II, King of the Hellenes from the death of his father until he was forced into exile 13 Dec 1967, b.Psychiko 2 Jun 1940; m.Athens 18 Sep 1964 Anne-Marie Pss of Denmark (b.Amalienborg 30 Aug 1946)

1d) Alexia, b.Mon Repos, Corfu 10 Jul 1965; m.London 9 Jul 1999 Carlos Morales y Quintana (b.Arrecife de Lanzarote 31 Dec 1970)

1e) Arrietta Morales y de Grecia, b.Barcelona 24 Feb 2002

2e) Ana-Maria Morales y de Grecia, b.Barcelona 15 May 2003

3e) Carlos Morales y de Grecia, b.Barcelona 30 Jul 2005

4e) Amelia Morales y de Grecia, b.Barcelona 26 Oct 2007

2d) Pavlos, Crown Pr of Greece, Duke of Sparta, b.Tatoi 20 May 1967; m.London 1 Jul 1995 Marie-Chantal Miller (b.London 17 Sep 1968)

1e) Maria-Olympia, b.New York 25 Jul 1996

2e) Constantine-Alexios, b.New York 29 Oct 1998

3e) Achileas-Andreas, b.New York 12 Aug 2000

4e) Odyseus Kimon, b.London 17 Sep 2004

5e) Aristidis-Stavros, b.Los Angeles 29 Jun 2008

3d) Nikolaos, b.Rome 1 Oct 1969; m.Spetses 25 Aug 2010 Tatiana Blatnik (b.28 Aug 1980)

4d) Theodora, b.Paddington, London 9 Jun 1983

5d) Philippos, b.Paddington, London 26 Apr 1986

3c) Yriny, b.Cape Town, South Africa 11 May 1942

5b) Yriniy (Athens 13 Feb 1904-Fiesole 14 Apr 1974); m.Florence 1 Jul 1939 Aimone Pr of Savoy, Duke of Aosta, titular King of Croatia (Turin 9 Mar 1900-Buenos Aires 30 Jan 1948)

6b) Katharina (Athens 4 May 1913-2 Oct 2007); in 1947 she took the style of "Lady Catherine Brandram"; m.Athens 21 Apr 1947 Richard Campbell Brandram (Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex 5 Aug 1911-Marlow 28 Mar 1994)

2a) Giorgios (Corfu 24 Jun 1869-St.Cloud 25 Nov 1957); m.(civ) Paris 21 Nov 1907 (rel) Athens 12 Dec 1907 Pss Marie Bonaparte (St.Cloud 2 Jul 1882-Gassin 21 Sep 1962)

1b) Petros (Paris 3 Dec 1908-London 15 Oct 1980); m.Madras 9 Sep 1939 Irene Ovtchinnikova (St.Petersburg 11 Oct 1904-Paris 12 Mar 1990)

2b) Evgenia (Paris 10 Feb 1910-Geneva 13 Feb 1989); m.1st Paris 30 May 1938 (div 1946) Pr Dominic Radziwill (Balice 23 Jan 1911-Geneva 19 Nov 1976); m.2d Athens 28 Nov 1949 (div 1965) Raymundo Pr della Torre e Tasso, Duca di Castel Duino (Castel Duino 16 Mar 1907-Castel Duino 17 Mar 1986)

3a) Alexandra (Corfu 18 Aug 1870-Ilyinskoie 21 Sep 1891); m.St.Petersburg 17 Jun 1889 Grand Duke Paul of Russia (Tsarskoie Selo 3 Oct 1860-St.Petersburg 30 Jan 1919)

4a) Nikolaos (Athens 22 Jan 1872-Athens 8 Feb 1938); m.Tsarskoie Selo 29 Aug 1902 Helena Grand Dss of Russia (Tsarskoie Selo 17 Jan 1882-Athens 13 Mar 1957)

1b) Olga (Tatoi 11 Jun 1903-Paris 16 Oct 1997); m.Belgrade 22 Oct 1923 Paul Pr of Yugoslavia (St.Petersburg 27 Apr 1893-Paris 14 Sep 1976)

2b) Elisabeta (Tatoi 24 May 1904-Munich 11 Jan 1955); m.(civ) Munich 9 Jan 1934 (rel) Schloß Seefeld 10 Jan 1934 Carl Theodor Gf zu Toerring-Jettenbach (Winhöring 22 Sep 1900-Munich 14 May 1967)

3b) Marina (Athens 13 Dec 1906-Kensington Palace 27 Aug 1968); m.Westminster Abbey 29 Nov 1934 George Pr of Great Britain and Ireland, Duke of Kent (Sandringham 20 Dec 1902-k.in flying accident nr Caithness 25 Aug 1942)

5a) Maria (Athens 3 Mar 1876-Athens 14 Dec 1940); m.1st Corfu 12 May 1900 George Grand Duke of Russia (Bielyi-Klutsch 23 Aug 1863-St.Petersburg 30 Jan 1919); m.2d Wiesbaden 16 Dec 1922 Pericles Joannides (1 Nov 1881-7 Feb 1965)

6a) Olga (Athens 7 Apr 1880-Athens 2 Nov 1880)

7a) Andreas (Athens 1 Feb 1882-Monte Carlo 3 Dec 1944); m.Darmstadt 7 Oct 1903 Alice Pss von Battenberg (Windsor Castle 25 Feb 1885-Buckingham Palace 5 Dec 1969)

1b) Margarita (Athens 18 Apr 1905-Bad Wiessee 24 Apr 1981); m.Langenburg 20 Apr 1931 Gottfried Fst zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg (Langenburg 24 Mar 1897-Langenburg 11 May 1960)

2b) Theodora (Athens 30 May 1906-Konstanz 16 Oct 1969); m.Baden-Baden 17 Aug 1931 Berthold, Margrave of Baden (Karlsruhe 24 Feb 1906-nr Spaichingen 27 Oct 1963)

3b) Cecilia (Tatoi 22 Jun 1911-Steene, nr Ostende 16 Nov 1937); m.Darmstadt (civ) 23 Jan 1931 (rel) 2 Feb 1931 Georg Donatus Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine (Darmstadt 8 Nov 1906-Steene, nr Ostende 16 Nov 1937)

4b) Sofia (Corfu 26 Jun 1914-Neuhaus bei Schliersee 24 Nov 2001); m.1st Kronberg, Taunus 15 Dec 1930 Christoph Pr of Hesse (Frankfurt 14 May 1901-k.a.in the Apennines 7 Oct 1943); m.2d Salem (civ) 23 Apr 1946 (rel) 24 Apr 1946 Georg Wilhelm Pr of Hannover, Duke of Braunschweig-Lüneburg (Braunschweig 25 Mar 1915-Munich 8 Jan 2006)

5b) Philippos, b.Corfu 10 Jun 1921; m.Westminster Abbey 20 Nov 1947 Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (b.London 21 Apr 1926); in 1947 he was naturalized a British subject, took the surname Mountbatten, and was granted the titles Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth and Baron Greenwich. For his issue see Great Britain

8a) Christophoros (Pavlovsk 11 Aug 1888-Athens 21 Jan 1940); m.1st Vevey 1 Jan 1920 None May (Nancy) Stewart (Zanesville, Ohio 20 Jan 1878-London 29 Aug 1923); m.2d Palermo 11 Feb 1929 Françoise Pss d'Orléans (Paris 25 Dec 1902-Paris 25 Feb 1953)

1b) Michael, b.Rome 7 Jan 1939; m.(morganatically) Athens 7 Feb 1965 Marina Karella (b.Athens 17 Jul 1940)

1c) Alexandra Elli Francisca Maria, b.Athens 15 Oct 1968; m.New York 12 Jun 1998 (rel?)Venice 27 Jun 1998 Nicolas Mirzayantz (b.Marseille 1 Jan 1963)

2c) Olga Isabelle, b.Athens 17 Nov 1971; m.Moscow 16 Sep 2008 (rel) Patmos 27 Sep 2008 Pr Aimone of Savoy, Duke of Apulia (b.Florence 13 Oct 1967)

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