Recipients of Bulgarian Military Awards and Decorations: Recipients of the Order of Bravery, Recipients of the Order of Military Merit

 
9781156105108: Recipients of Bulgarian Military Awards and Decorations: Recipients of the Order of Bravery, Recipients of the Order of Military Merit
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Recipients of the Order of Bravery, Recipients of the Order of Military Merit, Recipients of the Order of St Alexander, Alexander Iii of Russia, Boris Iii of Bulgaria, Alexander, Prince of Bulgaria, Ferdinand I of Bulgaria, Carol I of Romania, Stefan Stambolov, Sava Mutkurov, Milan I of Serbia, Nikola Zhekov, Nikola Ivanov, Radko Dimitriev, Stiliyan Kovachev, Mihail Savov, Stefan Toshev, Ivan Fichev, Samara Flag, Zahari Stoyanov, Vladimir Stoychev, Boris Drangov, Georgi Todorov, Vladimir Vazov, Vasil Kutinchev, Danail Nikolaev, Antoni Piotrowski, Kliment Boyadzhiev, Panteley Kiselov, Pencho Zlatev, Racho Petrov. Excerpt: Sava Mutkurov Sava Atanasov Mutkurov (Bulgarian: ) (16 December 1852 15 March 1891) was a Bulgarian officer (Major General ) and politician. One of only three recipients of the Order of Bravery 1st grade, he was among the chief architects of the Bulgarian unification (1885) and, as an officer in the young Bulgarian Army, one of its defendants in the Serbo Bulgarian War (1885). He also served as one of the regents of the Principality of Bulgaria after Prince Alexander of Battenberg 's abdication (1886 1887) and was Minister of War in Stefan Stambolov 's government (1887 1891).Early years and Bulgarian unification Sava Mutkurov was born in the city of Tarnovo in the central Danubian Plain (then part of the Ottoman Empire, today in north central Bulgaria) in 1852. He studied for two years at the Military Medical Academy in the imperial capital Constantinople (Istanbul ), but graduated instead from the Cadet Infantry School in the Russian city of Odessa in 1872. As a soldier in the Imperial Russian Army, Mutkurov participated in the Serbo Turkish War of 1876 along with other Bulgarian volunteers . He was also involved in the Russo Turkish War of 1877 1878 whi...

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