Georgi Robev was born in 1915 in the village of Ekshisovo, Lerin region.
His occupation was labouring. From a young age he became familiar with
the workers' movement and developed into a serious revolutionary activist
and because of that he was arrested and tortured by the fascist forces.
In the Metaxas years he was sent into exile to the island of Anafi.
When he was released he threw himself, with the passion of youth, into
the liberation struggle against the monarcho-fascist occupiers. Georgi
was a passionate defender of the policies of the CPG for the equal rights
of the Macedonian people and fought against all chauvinistic elements
in the Macedonian movement.
He took part in many struggles of DAG and died in September 1949 in
the great battles on Mali-Madi.
From: For Sacred National Freedom: Portraits Of Fallen Freedom
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For Sacred National Freedom: Portraits Of Fallen Freedom Fighters