The Times published the following correspondent report from Athens in its issue of 12th March 1964:
|Tomb of King Pavlos and Queen Frederika of the Hellenes (+6th February 1981)|
King Paul of the Hellenes was laid to rest among his ancestors at the Tatoi royal estate today in the presence of his family and a number of 'Europe's reigning monarchs. King Paul himself had marked the place where he had wished to be buried under the pine trees near the tomb of his brother and predecessor, King George II.
|Huge crows fare welled their King.|
|King Constantine II kissing the coffin.|
|The dead king was flanked by a company of Evzones in pairs on both sides.|
|Behind the coffin came the King's personal servants and his white horse.|
|King Constantine II of the Hellenes, his mother, Queen Frederika, behind them Princess Sofía of Spain and Prince Peter, second in line to the Greek throne in 1964.|
|right to left, German president Lübke, the Duke of Edinburgh, Mr. Lyndon Johnson, Prince Rainier III of Monaco,|
The procession ended before the Hilton Hotel and the gun carriage with the coffin was linked to an army vehicle which took it to Tatoi eight miles north of Athens, followed by the cars of the heads of state or personal representatives, who attended the private interment later.