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01 January 1806
Stemnitsa, Arcadia
23 May 1868
Athens
Peloponnese | Zakynthos
Greek
Greek
  • Ioannis Kolokotronis (GreekΙωάνης Κολοκοτρώνης; 1805–1868[1]), or Gennaios Kolokotronis (GreekΓενναίος Κολοκοτρώνης) as the other were calling him was a Greek warrior of the Greek War of Independence, general and Prime Minister of Greece. He was born at StemnitsaArcadia, but he grew up at Zakynthos. He was a son of Theodoros Kolokotronis and his mother was Aikaterini Karousou (GreekΑικατερίνη Καρούσου). He acquired the nickname "Gennaios" (meaning "brave") during the Greek War of Independence in which he fought valiantly despite his youth. He took part at the Siege of Tripolitsa, together with his father. 

    During the civil wars he sided with his father. Kolokotronis served as the aide de camp of King Otto with the rank of Major General, and was appointed by Otto as his last Prime Minister at 1862. He died on May 23, 1868. He married the sister of Kitsos TzavelasPhotini Tzavela and together they had 2 sons and 5 daughters.

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Kolokotronis, Gennaios (1805;-1868)

  1. Person
  2. 01 January 1806
  3. 23 May 1868
  4. Stemnitsa, Arcadia
  5. Athens
  6. Peloponnese - Zakynthos
  7. Greek
  8. Officer (armed forces) - Politician
  9. Military - Politics
  10. Prime Minister of Greece
  11. Male
  12. Greek
    1. Kolokotronis, Panos (1798-1824)
    1. Kolokotronis, Theodoros (1770-1843)
    1. Ioannis Kolokotronis (GreekΙωάνης Κολοκοτρώνης; 1805–1868[1]), or Gennaios Kolokotronis (GreekΓενναίος Κολοκοτρώνης) as the other were calling him was a Greek warrior of the Greek War of Independence, general and Prime Minister of Greece. He was born at StemnitsaArcadia, but he grew up at Zakynthos. He was a son of Theodoros Kolokotronis and his mother was Aikaterini Karousou (GreekΑικατερίνη Καρούσου). He acquired the nickname "Gennaios" (meaning "brave") during the Greek War of Independence in which he fought valiantly despite his youth. He took part at the Siege of Tripolitsa, together with his father. 

      During the civil wars he sided with his father. Kolokotronis served as the aide de camp of King Otto with the rank of Major General, and was appointed by Otto as his last Prime Minister at 1862. He died on May 23, 1868. He married the sister of Kitsos TzavelasPhotini Tzavela and together they had 2 sons and 5 daughters.

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