|Born||18 February 1866|
Čevo, Principality of Montenegro
|Died||4 February 1927 (age 60)|
Belgrade, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
|Allegiance|| Kingdom of Montenegro|
Kingdom of Serbia
Kingdom of Yugoslavia
World War I
|Awards||Field Marshal of Serbia and Yugoslavia (Honorary)|
Janko Vukotić (Serbian Cyrillic: Јанко Вукотић; 18 February 1866 – 4 February 1927) was a Serdar, general in the armies of the Principality and Kingdom of Montenegro in the Balkan Wars and World War I.
Vukotić was born in Čevo, belonging to the Vukotić brotherhood; he was related to Petar and Milena Vukotić. He studied at the lower gymnasium at Cetinje, and at the Military Academy in Modena in Italy.
Vukotić commanded the Montenegrin Eastern Army during the First Balkan War and the Montenegrin division of the First Serbian Army during the Second Balkan War, in which he distinguished himself at the Battle of Bregalnica.
World War I
During the First World War, Vukotić was the Chief of Staff of the Montenegrin Army and the Commander of the Sandžak Army of Montenegrin forces. He is most famous for winning the Battle of Mojkovac, in which his daughter, the only female participant, Vasilija Vukotić was a courier. He was taken prisoner after the surrender of Montenegro in January 1916, and spent the rest of the war as a prisoner in Hungary.
- Martinović, Niko S. (1957). Janko Vukotić i kapitulacije Crne Gore 1916 godine.
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