Eminent Europeans: Studies in Continental Reality

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I.--QUEEN MARIE OF ROUMANIA1

Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess in Saxony. Born October 29, 1875. Daughter of Duke of Edinburgh and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, second son of Queen Victoria and the Prince-Consort, Duke Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Married to Crown Prince Ferdinand of Roumania January 10, 1898.

II.--KING FERDINAND OF ROUMANIA25

Of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, the elder, Roman Catholic, non-reigning branch of the Hohenzollern dynasty. Born August 24, 1865, at Sigmaringen. Succeeded his uncle, King Carol I, October 10, 1914.

III.--THE RISE OF ELEUTHZRIOS VENIZELOS47

Eleutherios Kyriakou Venizelos. Born August 23, 1864, at Murniæs near Canes, Island of Crete, son of Kyriakos Venizelos, a merchant. Doctor of Laws, University of Athens, 1887. Chairman of Insurrectionary Assembly of Crete, 1897. Councillor of State, 1899. President of the Hellenic Council, October, 1910-March, 1915; August, 1915 --October, 1915. Head of Salonica Government, October, 1916-June, 1917. President of Hellenic Council, June, 1917-November, 1920. Married Helena Schillizzi in 1921.

IV.--CONSTANTINE AND THE FALL OIF VICNIZELOS83

Constantine I, King of the Hellenes, Prince of Denmark. Of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg. Born August 81, 1868. Married Princess Sophie of Prussia, sister of Kaiser Wilhelm, October 28, 1889. Succeeded his father, King

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