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Decorations from the collections of the Serbian museums


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Exhibition "100 Years of Serbian Air Force" (100 година srpskog vojnog vazduhoplovstva). I don't remember where I got these images from, many thanks to the original uploader!

Decorations and items that belonged to Branko Vukosavljević (Бранко ВукоÑављевић), the first Serbian Air Force commander.

http://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%91%D1%80%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%BA%D0%BE_%D0%92%D1%83%D0%BA%D0%BE%D1%81%D0%B0%D0%B2%D1%99%D0%B5%D0%B2%D0%B8%D1%9B#note-1

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Early Air Force blouse and leather flight coat.

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Uniform introduced in 1937, belonged to captain 1st class Miloš Žunić (Милош Жунић).

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Order of Bravery posthumously awarded to Zoran Radosavljević (Зоран РадоÑављевић), MiG-29 pilot who was killed in action during 1999.

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Milenko Pavlović's (Миленко Павловић) Order of Bravery and Order of Saint Nikolaj (order of Serbian Orthodox Church posthumously awarded in 2011) , another MiG-29 pilot who was KiA during 1999.

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Don't mention it Paul, my pleasure.

Some of the items that were on display during exhibition about Iron Regiment are from National Museum of Toplica (Ðародни музеј Топлице).

Link to museum's website: http://muzejtoplice.org.rs/index_eng.html

 

Permanent exhibition: http://muzejtoplice.org.rs/stalne%20postavke_eng.html

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Many pieces from that collection can be seen in "Serbian and Yugoslavian Orders and Decorations from 1859 to 1941".

Photos from last year's exhibition "Decorations from the Collection of the Gallery of Matica Srpska and Matica Srpska" (Збирка одликовања Галерије Матице српске и Матице српске).​
http://galerijamaticesrpske.rs/2014/images/odlikovanja/zbirka-odlikovanja-galerije-matice-srpske-i-matice-srpske-slajder.html

 

http://www.maticasrpska.org.rs/?lang=en

http://www.galerijamaticesrpske.rs/index-en.html

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