|Born||Patras, (now Greece)|
|Occupation||Greek revolutionary leader|
Panagiotis Karatzas (Greek: Παναγιώτης Καρατζάς, 17th century – 1824) was a Greek revolutionary leader in Patras during the Greek Revolution of 1821. During his childhood years he showed his bravery and defiance against the Turkish and often fighting with Turkish peers. He fled for the Ionian Islands, which were then under English rule, and moved to Zakynthos and enrolled into the British Army in the 3rd Greek Legion. He returned to Patras in 1809.
- History Of The Greek Revolution (Ιστορία της Ελληνικής Επανάστασης = Istoria tis Ellinikis Epanastasis), Volumes I and II, Spyridon Trikoupis, Nea Synora Publishers - A.A. Livani, Athens 1993 SET ISBN 960-236-370-3, Page 84
- Istoria tis poleos Patron apo ton arheotaton hronon mehri tou 1921 (Ιστορία της Πόλεως Πατρών απο των αρχαιοτάτων χρόνων μέχρι του 1921 = History Of The City Of Patras From The Ancient Period Until 1921), Volume II, Stefanos Thomopoulos, Achaikes Publishers, Patras 1999, ISBN 960-7960-09-2, Page 349
- Peloponissii agonistes tou 1821, Nikitara apomnimonevmata (Πελοποννήσιοι αγωνιστές του 1821, Νικηταρά απομνημονεύματα = Peloponnesian Revolutionary Leaders of 1821, Nikitaras Remembered), Fotakou, Vergina Publishers, Athens 1996
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