Petar Nedeljković (9 August 1882 – 1 November 1955) was an Armijski đeneral[b] in the Royal Yugoslav Army who commanded the 4th Army[c] during the German-led Axis invasion of Yugoslavia of April 1941 during World War II. Nedeljković's command consisted of three divisions, a brigade-strength infantry detachment, one horsed cavalry regiment and one infantry regiment. The 4th Army was responsible for the Yugoslav-Hungarian border and was deployed behind the Drava between Varaždin and Slatina.
|Born||9 August 1882|
|Died||1 November 1955(aged 73)|
|Service/||Royal Yugoslav Army|
|Commands held||4th Army|
|Battles/wars||World War I |
World War II: Invasion of Yugoslavia (1941) (POW)
|Relations||Zivojin Nedeljković (Brother) Milorad Nedeljković (Brother)|
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