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Greetings Igor,

According to those tables Stevan Jankovich was a private in Šumadijski korpus (Shumadija corps), II division, Kragujevacka brigada (Kragujevac brigade).

You have mentioned Silver Bravery Medal in the post #3, is it Serbian. Are there complete lists of all of the people that were decorated during the war in

that book? And do you maybe have complete scans of it?

Regards,

Radmilo

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I have found the book, It can be read online on this link:

http://www.archive.org/stream/ratsrbijesaturs00vojsgoog#page/n9/mode/2up

This is where the lists of decorated persons begin:

http://www.archive.org/stream/ratsrbijesaturs00vojsgoog#page/n327/mode/2up

Great book, thanks for pointing it out for us Igor, priceless material!

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I have found the book, It can be read online on this link:

This is where the lists of decorated persons begin:

http://www.archive.org/stream/ratsrbijesaturs00vojsgoog#page/n327/mode/2up

See please again - Stevan Jankovich - II Artil. Puk - 2nd Artillery Regiment ?

Thank you !!!!

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Yes, you are right, it is 2nd artillery regiment. My apologies, for some reason I completely overlooked the last column.

So Stevan Jankovic was a private in 2nd artillery regiment of the Kragujevac brigade of the 2nd division of the Shumadija corps.

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Yes, you are right, it is 2nd artillery regiment. My apologies, for some reason I completely overlooked the last column.

So Stevan Jankovic was a private in 2nd artillery regiment of the Kragujevac brigade of the 2nd division of the Shumadija corps.

Dear Radmilo,

Thank you !!!

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