Micho Chuli was born in the village of Bobishta, Kostur region. He
joined the ranks of DAG as early as 1946 and participated in many battles
in Vich and Gramos. In the numerous battles he rose to the rank of leading
commander and later to company commissar.
Micho was a courageous fighter and with his example he encouraged the
others. In the great battles on Gramos in 1948 with his company he defended
the peak Alevica. There in a moment when the battle had reached a most
critical position Micho raised his machine gun and standing he began
to shoot at the enemy. At that moment came a death-bringing enemy bullet
and the beloved soldier fell heroically.
From: For Sacred National Freedom: Portraits Of Fallen Freedom
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