Ion Dragoumis (1878-1920) came from an upper-class family of politicians. He studied Law and worked as a diplomat, having served in Alexandria (Egypt), Istanbul (Turkey), Saint Petersburg (Russia) and elsewhere. During his service in various cities of Macedonia (Bitola [Monastiri], Serres, etc.), he contributed to the organisation of the Greek Struggle in Macedonia. He wrote prose, he was a demoticist, and one of the founders of the “Educational Association”. He was the publisher of the review Politiki Epitheorisis. He was a victim of the National Schism and was murdered in central Athens (Greece) in 1920.