On mortality in German camps

In an attempt to understand why the mortality among Serbian soldiers was higher than for others, we tried to trace them back through the German and Austrian camp system. The results of that effort were published by the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade in an article called ‘Captivity and Read more…

Kajmakčalan

The team of secanje.nl climbed on 18/058/2018 the mountain Kajmakčalan which is a 2,524 meters high mountain on the Macedonian-Greek border. Between September 12 and September 30 1916, a WWI-battle took place between the Serbian army and the Bulgarian army on this mountain. It was the first victory for the Serbian army after Read more…

Welcome op www.secanje.nl

This website is dedicated to the Serbian World War I soldiers who died in the Netherlands. A monument in Garderen is dedicated to the memory of them. To read their story you can read the introduction. Below you can read the latest news items. This website is in three languages: English, Serbian and Read more…