Opening date: March 25, 2010
Realization: Evica Micković, Milena Radojčić, Jelena Nikolić, Vladimir Mijatović, Snežana Lazić
Technical support: Bojan Kocev
Visualization: Bojana Đurović, engineer architect
Graphical design: Dragana Lacmanović
Exhibition Catalogue authors: Ljubodrag Dimić, PhD, Milan Ristović, PhD, Evica Micković, Milena Radojčić
Exhibition opened by: Dragan Gačić, MA, Director of the Historical Archives of Belgrade and Laslo Varga, PhD, Director of the Budapest City Archives
Consul Milan Vukosavljević, representative of the Ambassy of the Republic of Serbia in Hungary; Kosta Vuković, art historian-curator of the Church Art Collection, Library and the Archives of the Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Budim in Saint Andrea; professors, teachers and students of the Serbian High and Primary school based in Budapest, so the representatives of the Serbian media in Hungary attended the Ceremonial opening of the exhibition.
Exhibition statistics-visits: In the period between March 25 and June 30, 2010 the exhibition visited 430 people.
Historical Archives of Belgrade and the City Archives of Budapest commemorated the victims of Banjica Concentration camp preparing this Exhibition, a two-volume Book with the same title, so the Catalogue regarding the subject, in Hungarian.