Dragoslav Miljković was an Army general (Kingdom of Yugoslavia) in the Royal Yugoslav Army who commanded the 2nd Army during the German-led Axis invasion of Yugoslavia of April 1941 during World War II. Miljković's command consisted of the 10th Infantry Division Bosanska, 17th Infantry Division Vrbaska and 30th Infantry Division Osiječka. The 2nd Army was responsible for the border from Slatina to the Danube.
|Service/||Royal Yugoslav Army|
|Rank||Army general (Kingdom of Yugoslavia)|
|Commands held||2nd Army|
|Battles/wars||Invasion of Yugoslavia (1941)|
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