Second Hellenic Republicball was a Greek country. The collapse of the Hellenic Army in Asia Minor was quickly followed by the collapse of the government. Public outrage at the Asia Minor disaster, as Greece's defeat in the war became known, was partially reflected in the military coup which followed it. The coup, orchestrated by army officers, took the name The Revolution. Although The Revolution itself did not abolish the monarchy, one of its first acts was to shut down all the royalist newspapers as well as use the Armed Forces to prosecute known royalists (including Ioannis Metaxas, who was forced to flee abroad). History
The Republic was proclaimed on 25 March 1924 by the Parliament;the chosen date was very significant as the Greek War of Independence is traditionally celebrated on 25 March. Following the proclamation of the change in form of government from constitutional monarchy (βασιλευομένη δημοκρατία, literally crowned republic) to republic (αβασίλευτη δημοκρατία, literally uncrowned republic), a referendum was held proclaimed for 13 April 1924.
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|Administrative Regions|| Atticaball • Central Greeceball • Central Macedoniaball • Creteball • |
|Region Capitals||Athensball (Capital) • Corfuball • Ermoupoliball • Heraklionball • Lamiaball • Thessalonikiball|
|Former entities||Migrants from Northeast (Prehistoric Europeans) • Ancient Greeceball • Ancient Macedoniaball • SPQRball • Byzantineball • Ottoman Empireball • First Hellenic Republicball • Second Hellenic Republicball • Principality of the Pindusball • Greeceball (1941-1944) • Kingdom of Greeceball • Greeceball (1967–74)|