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Siege of Patras (1821)

Siege of Patras
Part of the Greek War of Independence

Athanasios Kanakaris during the siege of Patras by Peter von Hess
Date March 1821
Location Patras, Greece
Result Capture of the city by the Greeks, creation of the Directorate of Achaea, failure to capture the fortress
Belligerents
Greek Revolutionary Army  Ottoman Empire
Commanders and leaders
Germanos of Patras
Athanasios Kanakaris
Andreas Londos
Benizelos Rouphos
Panagiotis Karatzas
Strength
1,500 irregulars
Casualties and losses
unknown unknown

The Siege of Patras was one of the first events of the Greek War of Independence (1821-1830). After the outbreak of the revolution, the Greeks of Patras tried to capture the main fortress of the city. After a long period and several sieges, finally the Ottomans restored the order and Patras remained under Ottoman control almost until the

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