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Miloš Božanović
Born (1863-03-10)10 March 1863
Died 14 January 1922(1922-01-14) (aged 58)
Place of birth Rajevo Selo, Austrian Empire
Place of death Belgrade, Kingdom of SCS
Allegiance  Kingdom of Serbia
Service/branch Royal Serbian Army
Years of service 1885–1917
Rank General
Unit Užice Army
Battles/wars

Serbo-Bulgarian War

  • Siege of Vidin

Balkan Wars

World War I

Miloš Božanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Милош Божановић; 10 March 1863 – 14 January 1922) was a Serbian military commander and Minister of Defence.

He served during the Serbo-Bulgarian War, the Balkan Wars and during the Serbian Campaign (part of the larger Balkans Campaign) during World War I.[1]

Career[]

Božanović was the Minister of Defence of the Kingdom of Serbia from 3 January 1913 to 4 January 1914. At his own request, he retired from all duties on 1 November 1917.

Death[]

While hunting, he contracted a cold which ended up in pneumonia from which he died on 14 January 1922 in Belgrade, just one day after the death of Serbian general Pavle Jurišić Šturm.[2]

References[]

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