The exhibition entitled Children of Diana hosted at Army Hall speaks about a woman who saved more than 7,500 Serb boys and girls from the death in Jasenovac concentration camp during the Second World War. The exhibition was opened by the Commander of the Land Army Forces of Serbia, Lieutenant General Milosav Simovic. Authors Slađana Zarić and Ivan Mangov placed original photographs, documentary recordings and archival material in the atmosphere of the camp and presented authentically the suffering and horrors, and the rescue of Serbian, Roma and Jewish children. This exhibition is an opportunity for those who know who Dijana Budisavljevic is to learn more, for younger generations to learn about her heroism. This exhibition is another opportunity to find out what happened to our people. The exhibition is part of the project “Diana’s Children”, within which a documentary was broadcast at the national service station. The exhibition was attended by Nis City Mayor Darko Bulatović.