Daskalo, Taki - Dimitar Nikolovski (1921-1942), born in 1921 in Bitola. He finished his primary education in Bitola. He completed four classes at the Gender Real High School in Bitola and passed the semi-graduation exam.
He continued his education at Teacher's school in Skopje. While he was attending the Teacher's school in Skopje, he joined the group of progressive young people. When Former Yugoslavia capitulated, Taki Daskalo immediately joined the revolutionary movement. As a result of his activities, he confronted the Bulgarian occupying police, so towards the end of 1941, he became one of the first illegal residents of Bitola. Taking into consideration the danger of the acting from underground in Bitola, by the decision of the Local Committee of KPJ, Taki Daskalo was transferred to v.Lavci. He actively participated in the establishing of the First Bitola Partisan Unit - Pelister and after its establishment, he was appointed as its political commissar. His rich revolutionary activity ended on 3 May 1942, when fighting against the Bulgarian fascistic occupying military and police forces he was badly wounded and beastly murdered by the Bulgarian occupying soldiers at Walnut woodland.
DISTINGUISHED PEOPLE FOR BITOLA
authors: Lence Andonovska, Naume Gorgievski, Blagoj Nikolov, Trajko Ognenovski, Gordana Pesevska, Aneta Stefanovska, Svetlana Taleska ; translation in english Vesna Milevska.
NIUL "St. Clement Ohridski": Municipality of Bitola