76th anniversary of the escape from the German concentration camp was marked today in the presence of the only surviving inmate of that time Mr. Vladimir Jovanovic (93). On February 12th, 1942, 147 prisoners attempted to escape from the camp through barbed wire and 105 of them succeeded. Following the laying of flower wreaths and service at the memorial complex, Nis City Mayor Darko Bulatovic said that this memorial complex – once German concentration camp was a warning what happened when the war won against the man instead of man winning against the war. The memorial service was attended by the representatives of the Serbian Armed Forces, Police Forces, veteran organisations, Serbian-Russian Humanitarian Center. The scouts from Nis joined traditionally marking of the anniversary by organizing the march along the paths along which the camp prisoners ran. A former Concentration camp in Nis, presents a witness of one of the darkest periods of the recent world history-the Second World War. It was established in 1941 in the building of a deserted military warehouse near the train station ’’Crveni krst’’. It is estimated that during the occupation, there were more than 30.000 people in the concentration camp.