Phaedon Gizikis

1917 - 1999

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Phaedon Gizikis (Greek: Φαίδων Γκιζίκης [ˈfeðon ɟiˈzicis]; 16 June 1917 – 26 July 1999) was a Greek army general, and the second and last President of Greece under the Junta, from 1973 to 1974. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Phaedon Gizikis has received more than 87,442 page views. His biography is available in 24 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 20 in 2019). Phaedon Gizikis is the 6,996th most popular politician (up from 7,221st in 2019), the 399th most popular biography from Greece (down from 381st in 2019) and the 178th most popular Greek Politician.

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Among politicians, Phaedon Gizikis ranks 6,996 out of 15,710Before him are Emperor Fei of Jin, Martin Rees, Titu Cusi, Khaleda Zia, Kaleb of Axum, and Thusnelda. After him are Bernhard Schmidt, Wang Hongwen, Nicholas Murray Butler, Tugay Bey, Hajime Sugiyama, and William H. Seward.

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Among people born in 1917, Phaedon Gizikis ranks 115Before him are Carlos Puebla, John Connally, Alexander Schmorell, El Santo, Henri Salvador, and Wieland Wagner. After him are Paul Frère, Yakov Pavlov, Samael Aun Weor, Ann Rutherford, Knut Haugland, and Shams Pahlavi. Among people deceased in 1999, Phaedon Gizikis ranks 73Before him are Saul Steinberg, David Ogilvy, Paul Bowles, Michael Morris, 3rd Baron Killanin, Heinz G. Konsalik, and Gertrud Scholtz-Klink. After him are Maurice Couve de Murville, Kisshomaru Ueshiba, Leon Štukelj, Aldo van Eyck, Joseph Heller, and Jean Guitton.

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In Greece

Among people born in Greece, Phaedon Gizikis ranks 399 out of 855Before him are Musaeus of Athens (-500), Isidore of Kiev (1385), Mentor of Rhodes (-380), Aristo of Chios (-300), Aristobulus of Cassandreia (-375), and Philo of Larissa (-145). After him are Constantine Kanaris (1793), Antiphanes (-388), Manuel Kantakouzenos (1326), Polykleitos the Younger (-400), Battus I of Cyrene (-580), and Callimachus (-500).


Among politicians born in Greece, Phaedon Gizikis ranks 178Before him are Perictione (-500), Antalcidas (-500), Meleager (-320), Costas Simitis (1936), Demophon of Athens (null), and Theopompus of Sparta (-800). After him are Constantine Kanaris (1793), Manuel Kantakouzenos (1326), Battus I of Cyrene (-580), Andronikos Palaiologos (1400), Agesipolis II (-400), and Antonis Samaras (1951).