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Demetrius Vikelas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Demetrius Vikelas; 1st President of the International Olympic Committee; In office 1894–1896: Succeeded by: Pierre de Coubertin: Personal details; Born 15 February 1835

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Historical Archives Olympic Studies Centre Demetrius Vikelas Fonds list Overview of the content of the archives concerning his biography, mandates and

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As the first president of the International Olympic Committee, Demetrius Vikelas worked tirelessly to ensure the success of the nascent Olympic Movement.

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or ...

Demetrius Vikelas - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

Demetrius Vikelas også kendt som Bikelas (15. februar 1835 i Ermoupoli på øen Syros – 20. juli 1908) var en græsk forretningsmand, og den første præsident i ...

Demetrius Vikelas – Wikipedie

Demetrius Vikelas, známý také jako Bikelas (15. února 1835, Ermoupolis – 20. července 1908, Athény) byl řecký obchodník, spisovatel a první předseda ...

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Demetrius Vikelas (1894 – 96) Pierre de Coubertin (1896 – 1925) Henri de Baillet-Latour (1925 – 42) Sigfrid Edström (1942 – 52) Avery Brundage (1952 – 72)

Demetrios Vikelas – Wikipedia

Demetrios Vikelas [1] [2] (Δημήτριος Βικέλας), även Bikelas (på engelska känd som Demetrius Vikelas), född 15 februari 1835 i Ermoupolis på ön ...