Georgios Georgiadis (Prince of Samos)

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Georgios Georgiadis
Georgios Georgiadis Cappadocia.JPG
Prince of Samos
In office
August 1907 – January 1908
Preceded by Konstantinos Karatheodoris
Succeeded by Andreas Kopasis

Georgios Georgiadis was the Ottoman-appointed Prince of Samos who reigned briefly from 1907 to 1908.


Georgiadis was born in 1866 to a Greek family who were natives of Prokopi, near Niğde in Cappadocia (modern Ürgüp, central Turkey).[1] After being appointed Prince, he came to the island, but he realized that a civil war was about to break out. To avoid fighting his own people, he gave his resignation to the Ottoman Sultan. When he left, he told the Samian Parliament : "Fellow Samians, I am leaving because I don't want to execute the illegal orders of the Ottoman government. I hope that I will not be replaced by Andreas Kopasis". However, that is exactly what happened.


  1. ^ Iordanoglou, Anastasios K. (1989). To Ethnikon Iōakeimeion Parthenagōgeion Kōnstantinoupoleōs, 1882-1988. Hidryma Meletōn Chersonēsou tou Haimou. p. 112. Γεωργιάδης Γεώργιος ο Προκοπιεύς: Γεννήθηκε το 1866 στο Προκόπι (Ουργκιούπ) της Νίγδης. Ήταν απόφοιτος της ΜΓΣ και της Φιλοσοφικής Σχολής του Πανεπιστημίου Αθηνών. Δίδαξε στο Ζωγράφειο καθώς επίσης και στη ΜΓΣ για 17 συνεχή ...