Show simple item record Sofoulis, Lykourgos 2021-12-20T14:57:52Z 2021-12-20T14:57:52Z 2021
dc.identifier 10.31009/entremons.2021.i12.02
dc.description.abstract The focus on this paper is the political history of Greece in the immediate aftermath of the ousting of the kingdom's first monarch, King Otto von Wittelsbach, and on to the first years of rule of his successor, King George I. After narrating the events that led to the installation of the new king, it specifically examines his cohabitation, inspired as he was by supposedly democratic ideals, with the fresh constitution of 1864; the challenges that the political and cultural landscape in the country presented for him, and the way he chose to respond in the first decade of his rule.
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dc.publisher Universitat Pompeu Fabra
dc.source.uri Entremons: UPF Journal of World History; 2021: Núm. 12; 37-63
dc.source.uri 2014-5217
dc.subject.other Greece, King Otto, King George, Constitution of 1864, Constitutional monarchy, European history.
dc.title The Importance of being George
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
dc.type ##rt.metadata.pkp.peerReviewed## 2021-10-08T11:02:11Z

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