This recording was prepared by "The Yitzhak Katznelson House of the Ghetto Fighters" at Kibbutz Lochamei Hagetaot, Israel, in cooperation with the Vilna Organization of Haifa.
The kibbutz was established in 1949 by rennants of the Holocaust, survivors of the ghettos and concentration camps of Eastern Europe, fighters and partisans, among the leaders of the Jewish underground Resistance Movement in occupied Poland.
The Ghetto Fighters' Museum offers a unique message and a unique perspective on the difficult historical and educational issues that arise in the teaching and study of the Holocaust.
The study of Jewish resistance in all its forms offers contemporary youth an inspirational model and a more accurate perspective on events that took place during the Holocaust, has proven to be an educational approach that is not only age-appropriate but also encourages students to continue to learn about the Holocaust as they mature.
The publishing house of The Ghetto Fighters' House has published hundreds of books, research and reference volumes, memoirs, photo collections, historical anthologies and supported the recording of Ghetto songs.
Zog Nit Keyn Mol, recorded by Shimon Israeli and The CBS Israel Orchestra in the mid 60's is a sample of what "The House of the Ghetto Fighters" do in order all of us can preserve in our memory and celebrate the defiance and bravery of the ghetto fighters and Jewish partisans.
The Ghetto Fighters' House is dedicated to the memory of the poet Yitzhak Katznelson, a friend of the Halutz Underground in the Warsaw Ghetto perished in Auschwitz in May 1944.