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Decorations from the collections of the Serbian museums

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Stepa Stepanović's and Živojin Mišić's parade belt
Vojvoda's braided shoulder board 
King's adjutant's aiguillette
General's šajkača cap

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Weapons used on the Macedonian Front
M1915 Adrian helmet
M1886/93/1915 bayonet
Lebel M1890 cavalry carabine
Lebel M1907/15M/16 infantry rifle
C.S.R.G. M1915 Chauchat light machine gun
M1915 handgrenade
Lebel M1892 revolver

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7th infantry regiment "King Petar", I ban
Morava cavalry division (battalion size cavalry unit, in Serbian divizion), II ban
Šumadija cavalry division, II ban
Timok cavalry division, II ban
3rd infantry regiment, II ban
Danube divisional cavalry regiment, I ban

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