GREECE: Turned White

Who has forgotten Dictator Theodore Pangalos? Less than two years ago he was master of Greece. Hard, cynical and perpetually sneering, he domineered. Then a coup d'état similar to that by which he had seized power upset him and he was clapped into jail (TIME, Aug. 30, 1926).

Last week, when General Theodore Pangalos was at last brought to trial at Athens, awed spectators saw that his sleek dark hair has turned a tousled white. Wearing an old civilian suit and keeping his head bent, General Pangalos asked for a few days more in which to prepare his case. The...

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