Vangel Ajanovski-Oče

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Vangel Ajanovski-Oče
Вангел Ајановски-Оче
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Born 1909
Edessa (Voden), Salonica Vilayet, Ottoman Empire
Died 1996
Service/branch Macedonian National Liberation Front
Years of service 1943-1949
Unit Leader of the Macedonia Antifascist Organization and the Secret Macedonian Organization for Liberation
Battles/wars Greek Civil War
Relations Georgi Ajanovski

Vangel Ajanovski-Oče (Macedonian: Вангел Ајановски-Оче) (1909–1996, age 87) was the initiator and leader of Macedonian national organizations such as the Macedonia Antifascist Organization (Macedonian: Македонска антифашистичка организација, Makedonska antifašistička organizacija) (MAO) and the Secret Macedonian Organization for Liberation (Macedonian: Тајна ослободителна македонска организација, Tajna osloboditelna Makedonska organizacija) (TOMO). He then became the secretary of the regional committee of the National Liberation Front (Macedonia) for Voden (Edessa), organizational secretary of the central council for NOF of sections of the Slav Macedonian minority in north western Greece. He died at 87 in 1996. His son is Georgi Ajanovski.