First World War


I battalion of 19th infantry regiment on Corfu 1916.
- 1. Lieutenant Jeremija Tijanić sergeant, 2nd company (teacher from Zakuta); 2. Second lieutenant Tadija Pejović sergeant, 1st company (philosophy student); 3. Lieutenant Panić sergeant, machine gunner (officer on active duty); 4. Reserve Lieutenant Manojlo Nikolić sergeant, 1st company (permanently on sick leave); 5. Second lieutenant Mladen Jovanović sergeant, 2nd company (bank employee from RaĊa KragujevaĊka); 6. Lieutenant Mile-pobratim Maksimović sergeant, 2nd company (commander’s representative during operations); 7. Second lieutenant Dimitrije Matić, 3rd battalion; 8. Lieutenant Čeda Arsenijević sergeant, 1st company ; 9. Captain II klase Milan Ramadanović, adjutant; 10. Second lieutenant Mladen J. Žujović sergeant of machine gun unit; 11. Captain I klase Arsenije Nedić commander, 1st company; 12. Captain II klase Dušan Antonijević (teacher) sergeant, 2nd company; 13. Captain I klase Živ. Savić commander, 2nd company, teacher from Aranđelovac; 14. Second lieutenant Živojin Glišović sergeant, 3rd company, killed on Katunac, August 4, 1916; 15. Second lieutenant Živojin Đaković sergeant, 3rd company (officer on active duty); 16. Lieutenant colonel Vojislav Bumaširević commander of battalion; 17. First sergeant Panta Rajković, machine gun unit; 18. Podnarednik Ljubomir Milovanović, machine gun unit; 19. Second lieutenant Drag. Pavlićević sergeant, 3rd company (law student); 20. Captain I klase Aksentije Marinković commander, 3rd company, killed on Obla Čuka, September 1917; 21. Reserve Second lieutenant Svetozar Terzić sergeant, 2nd company, shirker, surrendered to enemy in August 1918; 22. Lieutenant Đorđe N. Jovanović commander of machine gun unit; 23. Lieutenant Aleksandar Ristić (Erental) sergeant, 2nd company (rezervni); 24. Lieutenant Nikodije-Kode Aranđelović sergeant, 2nd company, shirker; 25. Second lieutenant Mladen ? sergeant, 2nd company ; 26. Second lieutenant Svetolik Nikolić sergeant, 3rd company; 27. Corporal Svetolik Krstić from Železnik (machine gun unit) .

   

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