Konstantinos Davakis was born at the village of Kehrianika in 1897. He started studying at the Evelpides school which in 1st of October 1916. He fought in WW1 at Macedonia and before that in Asia Minor battles. He was noticed for his great skills but the gases at the battlefield gave him severe health problems. He eventually retired in 1937 and came back with the start of WW2 in 1940. Before that he had written 34 strategy books and he is considered by many the father of the theory for tank battles. He was transferred to mountain Pindos to protect an area of 35km from the Italian army. He accomplished to defend the area and even captured 90% of the Italian merachy "JULIA". When he was injured in the battlefield a general approached him to see if he was OK, he then told him "Consider me dead, don't lose your positions". After the fall of Greece he was going to be transferred to Italy in a concentration camp. The allies sank the ship and Davakis was drown at Adriatic in 1942. His body was transferred to Avlonas and after the end of the war in Athens. He is for sure one of the greatest generals of our times!!!