List of Hellenic Army generals

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This list is for people who held general officer rank (including, after 1946, Brigadier General) in the regular Hellenic Army since 1828. It does not include the numerous generals of the irregular troops appointed during the Greek War of Independence, unless they also received a general rank in the post-war regular army. This list is not complete – please add to it if you know of any omissions.

A[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General AndrewPrince Andrew 1882 1944 Commander of II Corps (1921–22), V Corps (1922)
General Alexander 01King Alexander 1893 1920 Held the rank of General as King of Greece (1917–20)
Lieutenant General Anagnostopoulos, PanagiotisPanagiotis Anagnostopoulos 1918 Chief of the Central Intelligence Service (1965)
General Angelis, OdysseasOdysseas Angelis 1912 1987 Chief of the Armed Forces (1967–73), Vice President of the Republic (1973)
General Arbouzis, DionysiosDionysios Arbouzis 1912 1987 Commander of the Greek Battalion in Korea and ELDYK, Chief of the Armed Forces (1974–76)

B[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General Bakopoulos, KonstantinosKonstantinos Bakopoulos 1889 1950 Commander of Eastern Macedonia Army Section (1941)
Major General Bakos, GeorgiosGeorgios Bakos 1892 1946 Commander of 3rd Division (1940–41), Defence Minister in the collaborationist government (1941–43)
Major General Botsaris, KostasKostas Botsaris 1792 1853 Fighter in the Greek War of Independence, Senator

C[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General Charalambis, AnastasiosAnastasios Charalambis 1862 1949 Chief of the Army Staff Service (1917), Commander of II Corps (1918), Prime Minister, Minister of Military Affairs (1922)
Lieutenant General Chasapidis, AristeidisAristeidis Chasapidis 1875 1941 Commander of 10th & 8th Divisions, II Corps. Chief of the Army General Staff (1935–36)
Major General Christodoulou, NikolaosNikolaos Christodoulou 1863
General Church, RichardRichard Church 1784 1873 British military officer, commander-in-chief of the Greek forces during the last stages of the Greek War of Independence, Secretary of Military Affairs (1835) Senator
Field Marshal Constantine 01King Constantine I 1868 1923 Lt. General as Crown Prince and Inspector-General of the Army until 1913, commander-in-chief of the Greek Army in the Greco-Turkish War of 1897 and the Balkan Wars. General and soon after Field Marshal as King of Greece (1913–17, 1920–22)
Field Marshal Constantine 02King Constantine II 1940 Held the rank of Field Marshal as King of Greece (1964–73)

D[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General Damianos, KonstantinosKonstantinos Damianos 1853 1915 Commander of 3rd Division (1911–13), IV Corps (1914–15)
Lieutenant General Danglis, PanagiotisPanagiotis Danglis 1853 1924 Chief of the Army General Staff (1912), Commander of V Corps (1913–14), member of the "Triumvirate of National Defence", leader of the Liberal Party
General Davos, IoannisIoannis Davos 1918 2008 Commander of III Corps (1973–74), Chief of the Army General Staff (1974–76) and the Armed Forces Command (1976–80)
Lieutenant General Delagrammatikas, NikolaosNikolaos Delagrammatikas 1853 Commander of 6th and 8th Divisions (1912–13)
Lieutenant General Demestichas, PanagiotisPanagiotis Demestichas 1885 1960 Commander of I Corps (1940, 1941), V Corps (1940–41), Interior Minister in the collaborationist government (1941)
Lieutenant General Dialetis, DimosthenisDimosthenis Dialetis 1869 1954 Chief of the Greek Gendarmerie (1928)
Major General Digenis, KimonKimon Digenis 1871 Commander of 13th Division (1920–21) and II Corps (1921–22)
Lieutenant General Dousmanis, ViktorViktor Dousmanis 1861 1949 Chief of the field staff in the Balkan Wars, Chief of the Army General Staff (1914–16, 1921, 1922)
Lieutenant General Douvas, NikolaosNikolaos Douvas 1947 Chief of the Army General Staff (2004–06)
Lieutenant General Dovas, KonstantinosKonstantinos Dovas 1898 1973 Chief of the National Defence General Staff (1954–59), interim Prime Minister (1961)
Lieutenant General Drakos, MarkosMarkos Drakos 1888 1975 Commander of Epirus Army Section (1941)
Lieutenant General Drosogiannis, AntonisAntonis Drosogiannis 1922 2006 Deputy and Alternate Minister of National Defence (1981–86), Minister of Public Order (1986–88)

E[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Major General Exadaktylos, AthanasiosAthanasios Exadaktylos 1869 1936 Deputy Chief of the Army Staff Service, Chief of Staff of the Interior Army (1921)
Lieutenant General Eydoux, Joseph-PaulJoseph-Paul Eydoux French Army general, head of the French military mission (1911–14)

F[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General Florakis, EvangelosEvangelos Florakis 1943 2002 Commander of II Corps (1999–2000), and the Cypriot National Guard (2000–02)
Lieutenant General Frangos, FrangoulisFrangoulis Frangos 1951 Chief of the Army General Staff (2009–11), Minister for National Defence (2012)
Lieutenant General Frangou, AthanasiosAthanasios Frangou 1864 1923 Commander of 1st Division (1920–22) and of the "Southern Group" (August 1922)

G[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General Gennimatas, IoannisIoannis Gennimatas 1910 1981 Chief of the Army General Staff (1964–65)
General George 01King George I 1845 1913 Held the rank of General as King of Greece (1863–1913)
Field Marshal George 02King George II 1890 1947 Held the rank of General, and from 1939 of Field Marshal, as King of Greece (1922–24, 1935–47)
Lieutenant General Giatzis, DimitriosDimitrios Giatzis 1891 1964 Commander of 9th Infantry Division (1945), I Corps (1946–47), First Army (1947), Chief of the Army General Staff (1947–49)
Lieutenant General Gikas, SolonSolon Gikas 1898 1978 Chief of the Army General Staff (1954–56), Minister for Public Works (1958–63), Minister for Public Order (1974–76)
Lieutenant General Gizikis, PhaedonPhaedon Gizikis 1917 1999 Commander of First Army and Military Commander of Athens during the Regime of the Colonels, President of the Republic (1973–74)
Lieutenant General Gonatas, StylianosStylianos Gonatas 1876 1966 As a colonel, one of the leaders of the 11 September 1922 Revolution. Prime Minister of the Revolutionary Government (1922–24), Senator and President of the Senate, Minister for Public Works. Awarded the rank of Lt. General by the National Assembly in 1924.
General Grapsas, DimitriosDimitrios Grapsas 1948 Chief of the Army General Staff (2006–07), Chief of the National Defence General Staff (2007–09)
General Gratsios, AgamemnonAgamemnon Gratsios 1922 1993 Chief of the Army General Staff (1976–80), Chief of the National Defence General Staff (1980–82)
Major General Grigoriadis, NeokosmosNeokosmos Grigoriadis 1879 1967
General Grivas, GeorgiosGeorgios Grivas 1898 1974 Cypriot-born officer, leader of the royalist Organization X, leader of EOKA against British rule in Cyprus (1955–59), awarded the rank of General in retirement by the Greek Parliament. Held active rank as commander of the Cypriot National Guard (1964–67), leader of EOKA B against Archbishop Makarios (1967–74)

H[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General Han, EmmanuelEmmanuel Han 1801 1867
Lieutenant General Hatzianestis, GeorgiosGeorgios Hatzianestis 1863 1922 Commander of the Army of Asia Minor (May–August 1922). Tried and executed as responsible for the Asia Minor Disaster in the Trial of the Six.
Major General Hatzimichalis, ChristosChristos Hatzimichalis 1866 Commander of II Corps (1922–23)
Major General Hatzipetros, ChristodoulosChristodoulos Hatzipetros 1798 1869 Fighter in the Greek War of Independence, aide-de-camp to Kings Otto and George I
Major General Hatzipetros, ChristosChristos Hatzipetros 1873 1945

I[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Major General Ioannidis, DimitriosDimitrios Ioannidis 1923 2010 One of the leaders of the Regime of the Colonels, head of the Greek Military Police (1967–73). De facto dictator from November 1973 until the junta's overthrow in August 1974, when he was forcibly retired. Tried and convicted of high treason to life imprisonment.
Lieutenant General Ioannou, DimitriosDimitrios Ioannou 1861 1926 Commander of the Archipelago Division (1916–18), I Corps (1918–19), Smyrna Army Corps (1919–20)

K[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General Kalfelis, StylianosStylianos Kalfelis 1950 Inspector-General of the Army (2006–09)
Lieutenant General Kallaris, KonstantinosKonstantinos Kallaris 1858 1940 Commander of the 2nd Division (1911–13), I Corps (1914), Minister of Military Affairs (1916)
Major General Kallergis, DimitriosDimitrios Kallergis 1803 1867 Fighter in the Greek War of Independence, one of the leaders of the 3 September 1843 Revolution. Minister for Military Affairs (1853–55).
Lieutenant General Kallinskis-Roïdis, AndreasAndreas Kallinskis-Roïdis 1868
Lieutenant General Karaiskakis, SpyridonSpyridon Karaiskakis 1826 1899 Minister for Military Affairs (1875–76, 1878, 1880, 1882), MP
Lieutenant General Kardamakis, VasileiosVasileios Kardamakis 1900 1971 Chief of the Army General Staff (1959–62)
Major General Katechakis, GeorgiosGeorgios Katechakis 1881 1939 MP and Senator, Minister for Military Affairs (1924, 1930–32), Governor-General in Thrace (1922–23) and Crete (1928–30)
Lieutenant General Katheniotis, DimitriosDimitrios Katheniotis 1882 1947 Chief of the Army General Staff (1933–35)
Lieutenant General Katsimitros, CharalambosCharalambos Katsimitros 1886 1962 Commander of the 8th Division (1938–41), Minister of Labour and Agriculture in the collaborationist government (1941)
Major General Katsotas, PafsaniasPafsanias Katsotas 1896 1991 Commander of I Greek Brigade at El Alamein, MP and Minister in several portfolios, Mayor of Athens (1954–59)
Major General Kleomenous, KleomenisKleomenis Kleomenous 1852
Major General Koimisis, MiltiadisMiltiadis Koimisis 1878 1935
Major General Kolokotronis, GennaiosGennaios Kolokotronis 1805 1868 Fighter in the Greek War of Independence, aide-de-camp of King Otto and Prime Minister (1862)
Lieutenant General Kolokotronis, TheodorosTheodoros Kolokotronis 1770 1843 Klepht leader, he served under the British in the 1800s. One of the main Greek leaders in the Greek War of Independence, as general-in-chief of the Morea. After Independence, he was a political opponent of the regency during King Otto's minority and imprisoned, narrowly escaping execution.
Lieutenant General Kondylis, GeorgiosGeorgios Kondylis 1878 1936 Suppressed the royalist revolt of 1923, overthrew the dictatorship of Theodoros Pangalos in 1926, suppressed the March 1935 Venizelist coup attempt. MP and Minister of Military Affairs (1924, 1926, 1932–33, 1933–35), Prime Minister (1926, 1935). Abolished the Republic on 10 October 1935, restoring the Greek monarchy
Lieutenant General Kontoulis, AlexandrosAlexandros Kontoulis 1858 1933 Commander of I Corps (1921–22), Ambassador to Albania
Lieutenant General Korakas, AristotelisAristotelis Korakas 1858 Commander of V, III Corps (1917–18), Head of Royal Military Household (1918–20)
Lieutenant General Kosmas, GeorgiosGeorgios Kosmas 1884 1964 Commander of IV, V, I Corps (1940–41), Governor-General in Thrace (1947–48), Chief of the Army General Staff (1949–51)
General Kostarakos, MichailMichail Kostarakos 1956 Chief of the National Defence General Staff (2011–2015)
Lieutenant General Koumanakos, GeorgiosGeorgios Koumanakos 1913 2003
Lieutenant General Kontoulis, AlexandrosAlexandros Kontoulis 1858 1933 Commander of I Corps in the Asia Minor Campaign, Ambassador to Albania
Lieutenant General Koumoundouros, KonstantinosKonstantinos Koumoundouros 1846 1924 MP, Minister for Naval Affairs (1890–92), Minister of Military Affairs (1899)

M[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Major General Makris, NikolaosNikolaos Makris 1829 1911 Chief of the Gendarmerie, Commander of 1st Division (1897)
Major General Mamouris, IoannisIoannis Mamouris 1797 1867 Fighter in the War of Independence
Lieutenant General Manetas, KonstantinosKonstantinos Manetas 1879 1960 Chief of the Army General Staff (1931), MP and minister
Lieutenant General Manetas, TheodorosTheodoros Manetas 1881 1947 Chief of the Army General Staff (1931–33), MP and minister
Lieutenant General Manolas, ChristosChristos Manolas 1959 Chief of the Army General Staff (2014–)
Lieutenant General Manousogiannakis, EmmanouilEmmanouil Manousogiannakis 1853 1916 Commander of 1st Division in the Balkan Wars, II Corps thereafter
Major General Mantakas, ManolisManolis Mantakas 1891 1968 Leader of the leftist Cretan Resistance and PEEA member in World War II
Lieutenant General Matthaiopoulos, DimitriosDimitrios Matthaiopoulos 1861 1923 Commander of the 5th and 8th Divisions in the Balkan Wars
Mavromichalis, AntoniosAntonios Mavromichalis 1792 1873 Fighter in the War of Independence
Lieutenant General Mazarakis-Ainian, AlexandrosAlexandros Mazarakis-Ainian 1874 1943 Chief of the Army General Staff (1924–25, 1926–27, 1929–31), minister
Lieutenant General Mazarakis-Ainian, KonstantinosKonstantinos Mazarakis-Ainian 1869 1949 Fighter in the Macedonian Struggle, Commander of Xanthi Division in the Asia Minor Campaign
Lieutenant General Melas, VasileiosVasileios Melas 1879 1956 Commander of Cavalry Division in the Asia Minor Campaign
Lieutenant General Meletopoulos, DimitriosDimitrios Meletopoulos 1796 1858 Fighter in the War of Independence
Major General Merentitis, AlexandrosAlexandros Merentitis 1880 1964 Chief of the Army General Staff (1928–29), General Director of the Aviation Ministry (1930–34), Minister
Lieutenant General Metaxas, IoannisIoannis Metaxas 1871 1941 Chief of the Army General Staff (1915), leading figure of the National Schism, Prime Minister and dictator of the 4th of August Regime (1936–41)
Lieutenant General Miliotis-Komninos, KonstantinosKonstantinos Miliotis-Komninos 1869 1949 Commander of 6th Division in the Balkan Wars, and the Army of Asia Minor in the Asia Minor Campaign
Lieutenant General Moschopoulos, KonstantinosKonstantinos Moschopoulos 1854 1942 Commander of 4th Division and various divisional groups in the Balkan Wars, III Corps, Chief of the Army General Staff (1916)

N[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General Nider, KonstantinosKonstantinos Nider 1865 1942 Fighter in the Macedonian Struggle, Commander of 1st Division in the Macedonian Front, of the Army of Occupation and the Army of Thrace in the Asia Minor Campaign

O[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General Othonaios, AlexandrosAlexandros Othonaios 1879 1970 Fighter in the Macedonian Struggle, Commander of Kydoniai Division (1919–20), II and III Corps (1923–25), Prime Minister in March 1933 emergency cabinet

P[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General Pallis, KonstantinosKonstantinos Pallis 1871 1941 Chief of Staff of Army of Asia Minor (1920–22), Chief of Army General Staff (1940–41)
Lieutenant General Papadopoulos, DimitriosDimitrios Papadopoulos 1889 1983 Inspector of Artillery (1938–40), Commander of II Corps (1940–41)
Field Marshal Papagos, AlexandrosAlexandros Papagos 1883 1955 Minister of Military Affairs (1935), Chief of the Army General Staff (1936–40), Commander-in-Chief of the Army (1940–41, 1949–50), Chief of the National Defense General Staff (1950–51), Prime Minister (1952–55)
Lieutenant General Papagos, LeonidasLeonidas Papagos 1844
Lieutenant General Papoulas, AnastasiosAnastasios Papoulas 1857 1935 Commander of the Army of Asia Minor (1920–22)
Lieutenant General Paraskevopoulos, LeonidasLeonidas Paraskevopoulos 1860 1936 Commander of I Corps (1917–18), Commander-in-Chief of the Army (1918–20), Senator
Brigadier General Pattakos, StylianosStylianos Pattakos 1912 One of the leaders of the 1967 coup, Interior Minister (1967–71, 1973), Deputy Prime Minister (1967–73)
Major General Perraivos, ChristoforosChristoforos Perraivos 1773 1863 Fighter in the Greek War of Independence
Lieutenant General Pierrakos-Mavromichalis, PeriklisPeriklis Pierrakos-Mavromichalis 1863 1938 Olympic medallist (1986), Interior Minister (1922–23), Minister for Military Affairs (1924), Senator
Lieutenant General Pitsikas, IoannisIoannis Pitsikas 1881 1975 Commander of I Corps (1940), W. Macedonia Army Section and Epirus Army Section (1940–41), Mayor of Athens (1946–50), Minister of National Defence (1952), Minister for Northern Greece (1961)
Lieutenant General Plastiras, NikolaosNikolaos Plastiras 1883 1953 As Colonel, one of the leaders of the 11 September 1922 Revolution. Prime Minister (1945, 1950, 195–152). Awarded the rank of Lt. General by the National Assembly in 1924.
Lieutenant General Platis, AndreasAndreas Platis 1865 Commander of 7th Division (1921–22), Smyrna Superior Military Command (1922)
Lieutenant General Polymenakos, GeorgiosGeorgios Polymenakos 1859 1942 Commander of III Corps (1921), Northern Group of Divisions (1921–22)
Lieutenant General Pangalos, TheodorosTheodoros Pangalos 1878 1952 Chief of staff of the Army of Asia Minor (1919–20), Commander of the Army of the Evros (1922–23), Prime Minister (1925–26) and President (1926) as dictator
Lieutenant General Protosyngellos, AchilleasAchilleas Protosyngellos 1879 1943 Director-General of the Ministry of Military Affairs (1930–34), Deputy Chief of the Army General Staff (1934–35), Commander of the Supreme War School (1935–36).

S[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General Sapountzakis, KonstantinosKonstantinos Sapountzakis 1846 1931 Chief of the Army General Staff (1906–09), commander of the Army of Epirus (1912–13)
Lieutenant General Sapountzakis, VasileiosVasileios Sapountzakis 1811 1901 Inspector-General of the Army (1878), Minister of Military Affairs
Major General Sarigiannis, PtolemaiosPtolemaios Sarigiannis 1882 1958 Chief of the Army General Staff (1925–26)
Major General Sisinis, ChrysanthosChrysanthos Sisinis 1857
Major General Sisinis, DimitriosDimitrios Sisinis 1861
Major General Sismanis, IoannisIoannis Sismanis 1859
Lieutenant General Skarlatos, KonstantinosKonstantinos Skarlatos 1872 1969
Lieutenant General Smolenskis, KonstantinosKonstantinos Smolenskis 1842 1915 Commander of 1st Division (1897), Minister of Military Affairs (1897, 1903–04)
Lieutenant General Sotilis, NapoleonNapoleon Sotilis 1860 1953 Deputy Chief of Army General Staff (1912), Commander of 7th Division (1912–15), V & II Corps (1915–16)
Major General Sotiropoulos, SpyridonSpyridon Sotiropoulos 1859
Lieutenant General Soumilas, PetrosPetros Soumilas 1861 1955 Commander of 12th & 10th Divisions (1920–22), III Corps (1922)
Lieutenant General Spandidakis, GrigoriosGrigorios Spandidakis 1909 1996 Chief of the Army General Staff (1965–67), Deputy PM and Minister of National Defence (1967)
Lieutenant General Spiliotopoulos, PanagiotisPanagiotis Spiliotopoulos 1891 1962 Chief of the Army General Staff (1946–47), Minister for National Defence (1951)
Lieutenant General , SpyromiliosSpyromilios 1800 1880 Fighter in the War of Independence, Minister of Military Affairs (1850–53, 1859, 1862, 1867–68)
Lieutenant General Stanotas, GeorgiosGeorgios Stanotas 1888 1965 Commander of the Cavalry Division (1939–41), Peloponnese Mil. Command (1947–48)
Major General Stratigos, XenophonXenophon Stratigos 1869 1927 Deputy Chief of Army General Staff (1916–17, 1920–21)
Major General Stratos, IoannisIoannis Stratos 1793 1848 Fighter in the War of Independence, Major General in the Royal Phalanx

T[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Major General Toskas, NikosNikos Toskas 1952 Deputy Minister for National Defence (2015), Alternate Minister of Citizen Protection (2015–)
Lieutenant General Trikoupis, NikolaosNikolaos Trikoupis 1868 1956 Commander of 3rd Division (1917–18, 1921), II Corps (1921), I Corps (1921–22)
Lieutenant General Trilivas, IoannisIoannis Trilivas 1868 Commander of 5th Division (1921–22), IV Corps (1927)
Lieutenant General Tsakalotos, ThrasyvoulosThrasyvoulos Tsakalotos 1897 1989 Commander of I and II Corps (1948–49), Chief of the Army General Staff (1951–52)
Major General Tsangaridis, IoannisIoannis Tsangaridis 1887 1939
Lieutenant General Tselios, AthanasiosAthanasios Tselios 1956 Chief of the Army General Staff (2013–14)
Lieutenant General Tseroulis, CharalambosCharalambos Tseroulis 1879 1929 Commander of Archipelago Division (1920), IV Corps (1922–23)
Lieutenant General Tsimikalis, EfthymiosEfthymios Tsimikalis 1879 1943 Commander of Crete Division (1920–21), 10th Division (1922–23), IV Corps (1923–25)
Major General Tsipouras, NikolaosNikolaos Tsipouras 1880
Lieutenant General Tsirogiannis, VlasiosVlasios Tsirogiannis 1872 1928 Commander of 3rd & 2nd Division, III Corps (1922–28)
Major General Tsolakopoulos, ChristosChristos Tsolakopoulos 1868 1923 Posthumous honorary promotion
Lieutenant General Tsolakoglou, GeorgiosGeorgios Tsolakoglou 1886 1948 Commander of III Corps and W. Macedonia Army Section (1940–41), Collaborationist Prime Minister during the Occupation (1941–43)
Lieutenant General Tsontos, GeorgiosGeorgios Tsontos 1871 1942

V[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Major General Vardanis, MichalisMichalis Vardanis 1936 2014
Major General Vassos, TimoleonTimoleon Vassos 1836 1929
Lieutenant General Ventiris, KonstantinosKonstantinos Ventiris 1892 1960 Chief of the Army General Staff (1944, 1947)
Lieutenant General de Villaret, ÉtienneÉtienne de Villaret French Army general, head of the French military mission (1914)
Lieutenant General Vlachopoulos, AristotelisAristotelis Vlachopoulos 1866 1960 Chief of the Army General Staff (1920–21), Commander of IV Corps (1922)
Lieutenant General Vlachopoulos, NikolaosNikolaos Vlachopoulos 1868 1957 Chief of the Army General Staff (1922–24, 1927–28)
Lieutenant General Vorvolakos, NikolaosNikolaos Vorvolakos 1931 2014 Chief of the Cypriot National Guard (1993–98)
Lieutenant General Vrachnos, VasileiosVasileios Vrachnos 1887 1971 Commander of 1st Division (1940)

Z[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes
Lieutenant General Zafeiriou, NikolaosNikolaos Zafeiriou 1871 1947 Commander of 1st Division (1919–20), 3rd Division, II, III and V Corps (1923–1926)
General Zagorianakos, DimitriosDimitrios Zagorianakos 1918 1977 Chief of the Army Command (1972–73) and the Armed Forces Command (1973)
Major General Zervas, NikolaosNikolaos Zervas 1800 1869 Fighter in the Greek War of Independence
Major General Zisis, IoannisIoannis Zisis 1941 Commander of Evros Brigade (1941)
General Zoitakis, GeorgiosGeorgios Zoitakis 1910 1996 Commander of III Corps (1966–67), Regent (1967–1972)
Lieutenant General Zymvrakakis, EmmanouilEmmanouil Zymvrakakis 1861 1928
Lieutenant General Zymvrakakis, EmmanouilEmmanouil Zymvrakakis 1856 1931