Platon Drakoulis

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Platon Drakoulis (Greek: Πλάτων Δρακούλης, Ithaca 1858 – United Kingdom 1934) was a Greek socialist politician. Drakoulis, once a lecturer at Oxford University, was one of the pioneers of the socialist labour movement in Greece. An energetic agitator and the most prominent figure in the nascent socialist movement, Drakoulis founded the Workers League of Greece. In September 1910 he was one of ten socialists elected to the national parliament.[1]


  1. Glasier, J. Bruce. The I.L.P. and Socialist Year Book: A Guide Book to the Labour and Socialist Movement at Home and Abroad. Manchester [England]: Independent Labour Party, 1911. p. 84