Hoggia is said by the Italians to be an Albanian rebel who was brutally and wrongfully murdered by Greeks. Later, it comes out that Hoggia was actually a thief, a murderer, and a rapist, not a hero. The Italians killed him but blamed his death on the Greeks to stir up conflict between Greece and Albania.
Daut Hoggia Character Timeline in Captain Corelli’s Mandolin
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Chapter 6. L'Omosessuale (2)
...built roads leading towards Greece, and he doesn't believe that the Greeks killed the Albanian Daut Hoggia . He explains that he learned from Dr. Iannis later that Hoggia was no patriot;... (full context)