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Second Army (Serbia)

The Serbian Second Army (Serbian: Српска Друга Армија / Srpska Druga Armija) was a Serbian field army that fought during World War I.

During the First Balkan War, the Second Army participated in the Battle of Kumanovo (23 - October 24, 1912) along with the Serbian First Army and the Serbian Third Army and was deployed in the area around Kyustendil. It was assigned to the easternmost attack, with the objective of attacking the right flank of the Ottoman Army.

The Second Army was led by Stepa Stepanović made up of one Serbian and one Bulgarian division and reinforced with two French divisions. Stepa Stepanović remained on his function until 1919.[1]

Order of battle

August 1914

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