Georgios Emmanouil Kaldis
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Georgios Emmanouil Kaldis ((ギリシア語:Γεώργιος Εμμανουήλ Καλδής), 1875–1953) was a Greek lawyer, journalist, politician, and member of the Greek Parliament from 1915 to 1928 in the Liberal Party (''Komma Fileleftheron'') founded by Eleftherios Venizelos.
George Emmanuel Kaldis (the name Kaldis is interchangeable with Kaldellis, and anglised as Caldis) came from a poor family originating in Akrasi, or Akrasion a small village situated in the hills and small plateau 8 km northwest from Plomari, near the central southern coast of the island of Lesbos, where he was born in 1875. His father was Emmanouil Georgios Kaldellis, who married Amersouda (-1940 ). Amersouda was known as “the orphan" in the village: she was found alive on a beach on the island of Chios as a young child with her younger brother, tragically next to their dead parents who were not Greek but of European descent and were thought to have been slain by pirates. The two blue-eyed blond children at the time could not speak Greek and were raised by a Greek Orthodox priest and his wife along with their own children.
George was the eldest of 7 sons and 2 daughters from this marriage.
Lesbos was then a province of the Ottoman Empire. Kaldis's talents were recognised by the village priest, who arranged for him to receive a good education, first at the gymnasium of Plomari, then in Chios, before finally going to Constantinople (Istanbul) where he studied literature at the ''Ecole Superieure d’Instituteurs'' of the Patriarchate. His knowledge of Turkish was excellent and enabled him to follow developments in an Ottoman Empire which was beginning to change. When he graduated, the Patriarchate placed the new teacher in a school in Moudros, on the island of Lemnos.
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