Ilija Brašić (1882-1951) was a Army general (Kingdom of Yugoslavia) in the Royal Yugoslav Army who commanded the 3rd Army during the German-led Axis invasion of Yugoslavia of April 1941 during World War II. Brašić's command consisted of the Bregalnica, Šumadija, Vardar and Zeta Divisions and the Korn Detachment. The 3rd Army was responsible for the border with Albania between Lake Ohrid to Lake Skadar.
|Service/||Royal Yugoslav Army|
|Rank||Army general (Kingdom of Yugoslavia)|
|Commands held||3rd Army|
|Battles/wars||Invasion of Yugoslavia (1941)|
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