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Aristeidis Moraitinis


Aristeidis Moraitinis

For the aviator see: Aristeidis Moraitinis (aviator)
Aristeidis Moraitinis

Aristeidis Moraitinis (Greek: Αριστείδης Μωραïτίνης) (1806-1875) was born in Smyrna, Ottoman Empire (now İzmir, Turkey). He was educated in France, but during the reign of King Otto, he was a staunch member of the Russian Party. He served as Prime Minister of Greece for a few days in February 1863 during the period between the coup d'état against King Otto and the arrival of the new Danish-born Prince

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