Tanas Pashov was born in the village Nestram, Kostur, in 1924. He was
a member of the CPG since 1942. He was among the first fighters of ELAS
and participated in many operations against the German-Italian fascists.
He was made captain of ELAS because of his outstanding service.
After the Varkiza agreement he was followed and then tortured by the
monarcho-fascist forces, by the Nestram police force.
In 1946 he joined the ranks of DAG. At the start he served as a leading
commander. Later as a captain of the 14th brigade, he was an active
fighter and participated in many battles where he fought heroically.
Tanas as a company commander died on 17 April 1948 at the locality called
Gorica. He was promoted to major, deceased hero because of his bravery.
From: For Sacred National Freedom: Portraits Of Fallen Freedom
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