Title of Paper : Commanding cadre of the Royal Yugoslav Army in the April War in 1941
Miloš Žikić (Zaječar, Serbia, 1990), got his Bachelor’s Degree in History in 2014, with thesis “Yugoslav Kingdom 5th Army during the April War“, and his Master’s Degree with thesis “General Petar Nedeljković (1882-1955)“ in 2015. at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade (Department of History of Yugoslavia). He is currently Doctoral Candidate on the same Department. Also, he had one year professional training in the National Museum of Zaječar, where he got Curator’s Degree in 2017. His main field of work is military history, with accent on Royal Yugoslav Army (1918-1941) and the April War 1941.
- “Yugoslav Kingdom 5th Army units during the April War, 9-18 April 1941“, Military Historical Review 2/2015, 145-163.
- “Timok Division during the April War 1941“, Military Historical Review 1/2016, 92-111.
- “Killed senior officers of the Royal Yugoslav Army during the April War 1941“, Yearbook for Research of Genocide 9/2017, 9-39.
- Conspirator and Colonel Antonije Antić. Memorial collection in the National Museum of Zaječar (edited by Jelica Ilić and Miloš Žikić), Zaječar 2017.