"Ministry of Military Affairs, Staff Directorate CONSECUTIVE NOTES 1st Semester 1924.
A most dignified and disciplined character; honest and serious. He has a very good general and professional education. A most methodical and patient instructor. He commanded a company very well and made untiring efforts for the training and overall appearance of the company. He is obeyed and well loved by his men. A very good colleague and well-loved due to his excellent behaviour and character. He will make a very good senior officer. He rides well, adequately for an expedition.
Voula Army Camp, 5th September 1924. The Commanding Officer of the 34th Regiment Lt. Col. S. Rogakos"
"To Whom it May Concern,
It is hereby certified that in December 1943 the Germans searched the house of Lt. Col. Christos TZIFAKIS, 59, Alkamenous Street, Athens. A W/T set was found in operation. Both W/T operators were arrested. As a reprisal the Germans looted the house of Lt. Col. Tzifakis and caused minor damage to it.
[signature] Claims Section British Embassy 3/3025 24 May 47"
"To my dear Colonel in the Greek National Army (rtd.) Ch. A. TzifakisLeader of the National Resistance in Rethymno Prefecture. I wish you from the bottom of my aged heart all the best for the new year 1950. May you and your family always remain in good health and I hope you will see your son as you wish.
Your friend The Old Kapetan Markos Deliyannakis Argyroupoli 1/1/1950"
"Dedicated to the tireless fighter of our ideology Mr Christos Tzifakis, Athens, 20/7/53 Sophocles Venizelos"
British Embassy Athens, 21st April 1955 Mr Christos Aetos Tzifakis, O.B.E. Colonel (Rtd.) Rethymnon, Crete
The Ambassador read your letter of the 11th inst. with great interest and thanks you warmly for the feelings of sympathy that you express on the unexpected death of the brave fighter and true friend of Crete, the dearly departed Thomas Dunbabin. In accordance with your wishes, we are forwarding your letter in translation to the widow of the deceased.
Yours sincerely, (Ch. N. Chalkias) First Secretary (excerpt from the official translation in a document preserved in the Tzifakis Archive)
Letter from the British Ambassador to Ch. A. Tzifakis, thanking him for his own condolence letter on the unexpected death of Thomas Dunbabin, 21 April 1955.
Newspaper cutting and note sent by Markos Deliyannakis to Ch. A. Tzifakis wishing him a happy New Year, 1/1/1950.
Note evaluating the character and qualifications of Ch. A. Tzifakis as an instructor, by the Commanding Officer of the Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel S. Rogakos (Staff Directorate, Ministry of Military Affairs), 1924.
Certificate from the British Embassy certifying that in December 1943 the Germans searched the house of Lt. Col. Christos A. Tzifakis, seized a wireless set and caused damage.
Dedication by the author Sophocles Venizelos to Ch. A. Tzifakis on a printed document of the Liberal Party, 1953.