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Participants - secondary - in no particular order of importance and sometimes, with very tenuous connections to the main subject!
George Psychoundakis. The Cretan Runner. Need I say more? Except that I feel uncomfortable putting George under Secondary Participants. His contribution during the Occupation was up there with the best of them but I need to check up on his part in the Kreipe abduction. Photos of George
Lieut Bob Bury. Leader of the S.B.S. unit carried by Brian Coleman and tasked with using force to deal with German occupying forces at the embarkation beach if necessary.
Stephanoyanni Dramoutanis. The Kapetan of Anogian andartes. Paddy Leigh Fermor and Ralph Stockbridge were god-parents to Drammoutanis' daughter.
Kapetan Manoli Bandouvas.
General Carta. Commander of Italians of Siena Division in Eastern Crete.
Lieut Franco Tavana. Carta's Chief of Intelligence
Jack Smith-Hughes. Ran the S.O.E office in Cairo.
Brigadier Barker-Benfield. Commander of S.O.E. in Cairo.
Xan Fielding. Tara resident. Author of Hide and Seek and The Stronghold. See also (Well Met By Sunlight)
Billy MacLean. Tara resident.
Rowly St Oswald, Tara resident.
Arnold Breen. Tara resident.
Sophie Tarnowska. Tara resident. Married Billy Moss.
Manolis Akoumianios (Manolaki) . Dig Foreman at Knossos, originally under Evans, later Pendlebury. The father of Micky Akoumianakis.
Antonis Grigorakis (Satanas (Satan)) Kapetan (head of a fighting clan)
Manolis Bandouvas (Bo-Peep) Kapetan
Petrakogiorgos (Selfridge) Kapetan of Heraklion province
Grigorakis, Bandouvas Petrakogioros and their followers eventually became known to the Germans as "Pendlebury's thugs" (Grundon)
Kronis Bardakis (Old Krone) Pendlebury's closest and most trusted aide.