Georgios Savvas (Greek: Γεώργιος Σάββας) was a Greek revolutionary chieftain of the Macedonian Struggle.

Kapetan (Chieftain)

Georgios Savvas
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Savvas during the Macedonian Struggle.
Native name
Γεώργιος Σάββας
Bornc. 1880s
Thessaloniki, Salonika Vilayet, Ottoman Empire (now Greece)
AllegianceKingdom of Greece Kingdom of Greece
Service/branch HMC
AwardsCommemorative Medal for the Macedonian Struggle


Savvas was born in the 1880s in Thessaloniki. He participated in an armed group at Olympus at the beginning of the Macedonian Struggle. He soon became a leader of a small group. There he met with Konstantinos Mazarakis-Ainian and at the end of 1905, Mazarakis asked him to move with his team in Mariovo after the damage the Greek bodies suffered there. There, expanding his body, he cooperated with Captain Theodosis, Kapetan Garefis and Em. Katsigaris. He acted in the area of Mariovo and Almopia throughout the Macedonian Struggle, persecuting the Bulgarian groups.