Nikolaos Triantaphillakos (en grec moderne:Νικόλαος Τριανταφυλλάκος), né le 28 août 1855 à Tripoli en Grèce et mort le 16 septembre 1939, est un homme politique grec, Premier ministre quelques jours en septembre 1922, pendant une période tumultueuse de l'histoire grecque.

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  • Nikolaos Triantaphillakos (en grec moderne:Νικόλαος Τριανταφυλλάκος), né le 28 août 1855 à Tripoli en Grèce et mort le 16 septembre 1939, est un homme politique grec, Premier ministre quelques jours en septembre 1922, pendant une période tumultueuse de l'histoire grecque.
  • Nikolaos Triantaphillakos (griechisch: Νικόλαος Τριανταφυλλάκος) (* 28. August 1855; † 16. September 1939) war ein Politiker und griechischer Ministerpräsident.
  • Nikolaos Triantaphillakos (en griego: Νικόλαος Τριανταφυλλάκος) (1855-1939) era un hombre político griego. Fue un Primer Ministro de Grecia durante algunos días en septiembre de 1922.
  • Nikolaos Triantaphillakos (1855 – 1939) è stato un politico greco, brevemente primo ministro durante dal 10 al 29 settembre 1922 durante le fasi finali della guerra greco-turca del 1919-1922.In seguito alle sconfitte subite dall'esercito greco da parte delle forze turche, la situazione politica ad Atene iniziò a deteriorarsi ed l'8 settembre 1922 gabinetto di Petros Protopapadakis si dimise. Re Costantino I nominò premier Nikolaos Kalogeropoulos ma dopo due giorni di infruttuosi negoziati per la creazione di un esecutivo fu costretto a rinunciare all'incarico e Triantaphyllakos, che era stato ambasciatore a Costantinopoli, formò un nuovo governo.La situazione era però gravemente compromessa ed il 26 settembre fu necessario proclamare la legge marziale per mantenere l'ordine.Ben presto anche l'esercito iniziò a sollevarsi: a Mitilene il colonnello Stylianos Gonatas formò un comitato rivoluzionario chiedendo le dimissioni del governo e l'abdicazione di Costantino in favore del principe Giorgio.Triantaphyllakos rassegnò le sue dimissioni il 29 settembre, Costantino si dimise per la seconda volta nella sua vita ed il trono di Grecia andò a Giorgio II.
  • Nikólaos Triantafil·lakos (en grec: Νικόλαος Τριανταφυλλάκος) (Trípoli, 28 d'agost de 1855 - ?, 16 de setembre de 1939) fou un polític grec, que va exercir de Primer Ministre de Grècia des de l'agost al setembre de 1922.
  • Nikólaos Triantafillákos (1855 — 1939) foi um político da Grécia. Ocupou o cargo de primeiro-ministro da Grécia entre 10 de Setembro de 1922 a 29 de Setembro de 1922.
  • Nikolaos Triantafyllakos (Greek: Νικόλαος Τριανταφυλλάκος) (August 28, 1855, Tripoli - September 16, 1939) was a Prime Minister of Greece during a tumultuous time in Greek history in September 1922.He represented the prefecture of Arcadia in the Hellenic Parliament. As the Greek army was losing battles and ceding territory to the Young Turks in 1922 in the war in Asia Minor, the political situation in Athens began to deteriorate. The cabinet of Petros Protopapadakis resigned on September 8, Nikolaos Kalogeropoulos was entrusted by King Constantine with the formation of a new ministry. After two days spent in negotiations he failed in his task, and Nikolaos Triantafyllakos, the ex-high commissioner of Greece at Constantinople, was summoned, and succeeded with difficulty in forming a makeshift government.In the meantime, excitement and dissatisfaction were steadily growing among the population, and strict measures were necessary for the maintenance of order. On September 26, martial law was proclaimed, following the revolt of 8,000 troops and their officers in Thessaloniki, who sent word to Athens demanding the abdication of King Constantine and the imprisonment of the former prime ministers, Dimitrios Gounaris and Nikolaos Stratos. This revolt was followed by that of troops stationed in the islands of Mytilene, Chios, and Crete. The army contingents in Mytilene formed a Revolutionary Committee headed by Colonel Stylianos Gonatas, which despatched by aeroplane the following demands to Athens: the dismissal of the government, the dissolution of the parliament, the holding of new elections, and the abdication of King Constantine in favour of the Crown Prince, Crown Prince George. The revolutionary movement swiftly spread to other centres of Greece and to the Greek gunboats stationed at Mytilene and in and about the port of Piraeus. The Cabinet and Prime Minister Triantafyllakos immediately resigned on September 29, and that day King Constantine abdicated for the second time in the course of his career, and the king's eldest son succeeded to the throne of Greece as King George II.Triantafyllakos died in 1939.
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  • Nikolaos Triantaphillakos (en grec moderne:Νικόλαος Τριανταφυλλάκος), né le 28 août 1855 à Tripoli en Grèce et mort le 16 septembre 1939, est un homme politique grec, Premier ministre quelques jours en septembre 1922, pendant une période tumultueuse de l'histoire grecque.
  • Nikolaos Triantaphillakos (griechisch: Νικόλαος Τριανταφυλλάκος) (* 28. August 1855; † 16. September 1939) war ein Politiker und griechischer Ministerpräsident.
  • Nikolaos Triantaphillakos (en griego: Νικόλαος Τριανταφυλλάκος) (1855-1939) era un hombre político griego. Fue un Primer Ministro de Grecia durante algunos días en septiembre de 1922.
  • Nikólaos Triantafil·lakos (en grec: Νικόλαος Τριανταφυλλάκος) (Trípoli, 28 d'agost de 1855 - ?, 16 de setembre de 1939) fou un polític grec, que va exercir de Primer Ministre de Grècia des de l'agost al setembre de 1922.
  • Nikólaos Triantafillákos (1855 — 1939) foi um político da Grécia. Ocupou o cargo de primeiro-ministro da Grécia entre 10 de Setembro de 1922 a 29 de Setembro de 1922.
  • Nikolaos Triantafyllakos (Greek: Νικόλαος Τριανταφυλλάκος) (August 28, 1855, Tripoli - September 16, 1939) was a Prime Minister of Greece during a tumultuous time in Greek history in September 1922.He represented the prefecture of Arcadia in the Hellenic Parliament. As the Greek army was losing battles and ceding territory to the Young Turks in 1922 in the war in Asia Minor, the political situation in Athens began to deteriorate.
  • Nikolaos Triantaphillakos (1855 – 1939) è stato un politico greco, brevemente primo ministro durante dal 10 al 29 settembre 1922 durante le fasi finali della guerra greco-turca del 1919-1922.In seguito alle sconfitte subite dall'esercito greco da parte delle forze turche, la situazione politica ad Atene iniziò a deteriorarsi ed l'8 settembre 1922 gabinetto di Petros Protopapadakis si dimise.
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