Petre Zhogov was born in Breznica, Kostur region in 1921. He was a
well-developed youth and during the Nazi occupation was among the first
to join the military units of CPG. Petre was committed to CPG. As a
secretary of the village party organisation he achieved a serious level
of activity in organising his neighbours into CPG and EAM.
After the Varkiza agreement, because of his party activity he was followed
by the reactionary forces, and because of that he went overseas. However,
at the start of 1947 he returned to voluntarily join the ranks of DAG.
He completed officer school at the DAG headquarters and as an officer
took part in many battles.
He was killed on 22 July 1948 in the great battles on Gramos.
From: For Sacred National Freedom: Portraits Of Fallen Freedom
For Sacred National Freedom: Portraits Of Fallen Freedom Fighters