He was born in the town Enidzhe-Vardar. He was a wheelwright. From
1934 he sympathised with the communist movement and helped it materially.
During the occupation he actively participated in the anti-fascist battle
and in 1943 he became a member of the party. After a few months he became
a member of the head office of the party organisation. He showed himself
to be a good organiser and honourably completed all orders given to
him by the party.
His work was noticed by the local forces and that is why they searched
for him, leaving no stone unturned. After the Varkiza agreement he continued
to fight in pursuit of the party's objectives and those of the people.
In 1947 he was arrested and appeared before a military court. He was
sentenced to death and was shot by an execution squad.
From: For Sacred National Freedom: Portraits Of Fallen Freedom
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For Sacred National Freedom: Portraits Of Fallen Freedom Fighters