About the project

Digitised History of the Topovske Šupe Camp

Mapping the Holocaust – The Topovske Šupe Camp is a scientific-research project implemented by the Centre for Public History which aims at presenting the digitised history of the Topovske Šupe camp to the public. The project team intends to permanently preserve the memory of the camp and its victims by means of historiographic research of the camp, before, during and after World War II, by mapping the camp’s main site and connected locations, documenting its current state and organising public guided tours. All the project’s results are presented on the web platform and are available to the general public in Serbian and in English.

The website is organized in the following sections:

History of the camp – elementary information about the existence of the Topovske Šupe camp, its victims and the Holocaust in Serbia.

Public guided tours – video and audio recordings of the two public guided tours organised under the project, as well as photographs illustrating the site’s current state

Archive material – the archive material found during the research which reveals information about the camp and its victims, arranged in different sections.

Map – a 1944 map of Belgrade with the camp site and other connected locations marked

Project Team

Milovan Pisarri, PhD historian and author of the Topovske Šupe project

Ružica Dević, coordinator

Miloš Dragičević, website

Irena Žnidaršić-Trbojević, translator


The project is being implemented with the support of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Serbia