Naum M Vivkov was born in 1916 in the village Dmbeni, Kostursko
Together with many other youths from his village he was among the first
to join the ranks of the partisan movement. Brave and fearless, talented
with military skills he became a military commander and after that a
commander of the troop. He was an exemplary fighter and comrade in his
troop. He was wounded many times but the last time he was wounded was
fatal and he died in 1948 when the military operations started in Gramos.
He distinguished himself in the battles in Gramos. He, with the brave
example he set, acted in a way that no one in his troop relinquished
the Kleftis hill.
From: For Sacred National Freedom: Portraits Of Fallen Freedom
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For Sacred National Freedom: Portraits Of Fallen Freedom Fighters