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Rallis

The surname Rallis or Ralles refers to descendants or claimed descendants of the Frankish-Byzantine Raoul/Ralles family:

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Evangelos Rallis
... Evangelos Rallis was a Greek tennis player ... Rallis defeated fellow Greek Demetrios Petrokokkinos in the first round of the singles tournament ... Rallis, paired with Konstantinos Paspatis, was defeated by the Greek/Egyptian pairing of Petrokokkinos and Dionysios Kasdaglis ...
Rallis
... The surname Rallis or Ralles refers to descendants or claimed descendants of the Frankish-Byzantine Raoul/Ralles family Dimitrios Rallis (1844–1921), Prime Minister of Greece 1897 ...
Georgios Rallis - Political Life
... Rallis was first elected to the Greek Parliament as a member of the People's Party in 1950, and was first appointed a minister in 1954 in the government of Alexander Papagos ... After the military coup of 1967, Rallis was arrested and sent into exile on the island of Kasos when he said that democracy should be restored ... In 1974, Rallis returned to Greece and became Education Minister ...
Dimitrios Rallis
... Dimitrios Rallis (Greek Δημήτριος Ράλλης 1844 – 1921) was a Greek politician ... Rallis was elected to Parliament in 1872 and always represented the same Athenian constituency ... Rallis was born in Athens in 1844 ...
Demetrios Petrokokkinos
... first round of the singles tournament by fellow Greek Evangelos Rallis ... In the doubles tournament, Petrokokkinos again faced Rallis in the first round ... Dionysios Kasdaglis of Egypt defeated Rallis and his partner Konstantinos Paspatis ...