Milivoje Stojanović

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Colonel

Milivoje Stojanović
Col. Milivoje Stojanović wiki photo.jpg
Stojanović during the Balkan Wars
Nickname(s)Brka
Born(1873-09-18)18 September 1873
Požarevac, Serbia
Died4 December 1914(1914-12-04) (aged 41)
Lazarevac, Serbia
Allegiance Kingdom of Serbia
Service/branchRoyal Serbian Army
Years of service1892–1914
RankColonel
UnitIron Regiment
Battles/wars

Milivoje Stojanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Миливоје Стојановић; 18 September 1873 – 4 December 1914) was a Serbian military commander who served during the Balkan Wars and during the Serbian Campaign (part of the larger Balkans Campaign) during World War I.[1]

After his death in the Battle of Kolubara, Serbian composer Stanislav Binički composed the March on the Drina in his honour.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Politika (2014-12-12). "Junačka pogibija na Kolubari" (in Serbian). Retrieved 2020-02-12.
  2. ^ Intermagazin.rs (2014-12-14). "Zbog njega je nastao Marš na Drinu" (in Serbian). Retrieved 2020-02-12.