GREECE: Coup d'Etat .

Just before the first sunbeams cast their light upon the Acropolis ont morning last week, a simultaneous revolt broke out in the Army and Navy at Athens and Salonika.

At 10 o'clock, General Pangalos, head of the Army insurgents, who had established his troops between Athens and the seaport Piraeus, and Admiral Hajikiriakos, leader of the naval insurgents, who had hoisted his flag on board the Averoff off Piraeus, sent ultimata to Admiral Konduriotis, Provisional President of the Hellenic Republic, charging the Government with general inefficiency and...

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