General of the Yugoslav People's Army

General Of The Yugoslav People's Army

General of the Yugoslav People's Army

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General of the Yugoslav People's Army or General J.N.A. (Serbo-Croatian and Slovenian: "General Jugoslovenske Narodne Armije" (General J.N.A.), Serbian Cyrillic: "Генерал Југословенске Народне Армије" (Генерал Ј.Н.А.)) was the highest military rank of Yugoslav People's Army. (The highest rank in theory, Marshal of Yugoslavia, was created for Josip Broz Tito and held by him alone). The only person to ever considered for promotion in rank of "General of the Yugoslav People's Army" (General J.N.A.) was Ivan Gošnjak. This rank was created in 1955 and it was absolished in 1974. After that the highest military rank of Yugoslav People's Army was General of the Army for Yugoslav Army and Yugoslav Air Force, and Admiral of the Fleet for Yugoslav Navy.

References

Military Lexicon . Belgrade 1981.




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