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  1. Paul was born on 14 December 1901 at Tatoi Palace in Athens, the third son of King Constantine I of Greece and his wife, Princess Sophia of Prussia.He trained as an army officer at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst and later at the Hellenic Military Academy in Kypseli, Athens.

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  3. Paul of Greece - Wikipedia

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    Paul was born on 14 December 1901 at Tatoi Palace in Athens, the third son of King Constantine I of Greece and his wife, Princess Sophia of Prussia.He trained as an army officer at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst and later at the Hellenic Military Academy in Kypseli, Athens.

  4. Paul Of Greece Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life ...

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    Paul of Greece was born on 14 December 1901 at Tatoi Palace, located near Athens, capital of Greece. His father, Constantine I, was King of Hellenes from 1913 to 1917 and again from 1920 to 1922. His mother, Queen Sophia of Prussia, was the daughter of German Emperor Frederick III. Born fourth of his parents’ six children, Paul had two elder ...

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  5. Paul | king of Greece | Britannica

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    Paul, (born Dec. 14, 1901, Athens, Greece—died March 6, 1964, Athens), king of Greece (1947–64) who helped his country overcome communist guerrilla forces after World War II. Paul, the third son of King Constantine I of Greece, left Greece with his father following Constantine’s deposition in 1917. He refused the crown after the death of his brother, King Alexander (October 1920), but ...

  6. Paul of Greece | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Paul (Greek: Παῦλος, Βασιλεὺς τῶν Ἑλλήνων, Pávlos, Vasiléfs ton Ellínon; 14 December 1901 – 6 March 1964) reigned as King of Greece from 1947 until his death. Paul was born in Athens, the third son of King Constantine I of Greece and his wife, Princess Sophia of Prussia. He trained as a naval officer. On 9 January 1938, Paul married Princess Frederica of ...

  7. The Route that Apostle Paul followed in Greece - VisitGreece

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    One of the most remarkable religious routes in Greece is "The Route that Apostle Paul Followed in Greece". Paul constitutes a remarkable personality for the Christian religion, although he never belonged to Jesus’ 12 Disciples cycle. He spread the word of Christianity more than anybody else and for this reason he was named "Equal-to-the ...

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    Paul was born at Tatoi Palace in Athens, the third son of King Constantine I of Greece and his wife, Princess Sophia of Prussia. He trained as an army officer at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst and later at the Hellenic Military Academy in Kypseli, Athens. Paul was an army officer cadet in the Coldstream Guards and Lieutenant with the ...

  9. Princess Irene. House. Glücksburg. Father. Constantine I of Greece. Mother. Sophia of Prussia. Signature. Paul ( Greek: Παύλος, Pávlos; 14 December 1901 – 6 March 1964) was King of Greece from 1947 until his death from stomach cancer in 1964.

  10. Steps Of Paul In Greece | Biblical Tour In Greece | 7-day Tour

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    DAY 3: Thessalonica city tour / Veria / Vergina / Kalambaka. After breakfast the trip continues with exploring the city of Thessalonica, where Paul preached the gospel in the second and third missionary journey. For the early Christians of this city he wrote epistles “To the Thessalonians.”.