Konstantinos Dogras

Konstantinos Dogras (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Ντόγρας) was a Greek chieftain of the Macedonian Struggle from Vogatsiko, Kastoria.

Kapetan (Chieftain)

Konstantinos Dogras
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Konstantinos Dogras and his son.
Native name
Κωνσταντίνος Ντόγρας
Bornc. 1870s
Vogatsiko, Manastir vilayet, Ottoman Empire (now Greece)
AllegianceGreece Kingdom of Greece
Service/branch Macedonian Committee
Battles/warsMacedonian Struggle

BiographyEdit

Konstantinos Dogras was born in the end of the 19th century in Vogatsiko. He studied in the primary school of Vogatsiko, where Athanasios Iatrou from Polygyros taught. He formed an armed group to counter Bulgarian attacks and operated in the areas of Popoli and Verno. He was one of the closest partners of Pavlos Melas.

SourcesEdit

  • Athanasios Iatrou, The action of the chieftain Kostas Dogras from Vogatsiko, Macedonian Struggle, v. 14 (1930), pp. 14-15
  • Ioannis S. Koliopoulos (scientific editing), Obscure, native Macedonian fighters, Society for Macedonian Studies, University Studio Press, Thessaloniki, 2008, p. 74