Back to Home

Home Page

Contribute to Save The Music
About This Song
About The Author
About The Composer
Yiddish Lyrics
English Translation
English Transliteration
Spanish Translation
Spanish Transliteration
Dutch Translation
French Translation
French Transliteration
Hebrew Translation
Polish Translation
Rumanian Translation
Russian Translation
Sheet Music
Zog Nit keym Mol Video Collection

Back to Save The Music


The Polish Army Orchestra

In September 1939, World War II began. Only two weeks later, on September 19, the Red Army entered Vilna, known as the "Jerusalem of Lithuania" and soon incorporated it into the Soviet Union.

Polish Army On June 24, 1941, the Germans occupied Vilna. As the Germans were sweeping east toward Moscow, they instigated their ruthless oppression and murderous Aktionen in the communities they occupied.

In December 1941, there were several meetings between the activists decided to resist. Since the Germans had the ghetto surrounded, the only way out was through the sewers.

Once in the forests, the fighters created a partisan division and performed many acts of sabotage. They destroyed power and water infrastructures, freed groups of prisoners from the Kalais labor camp, and even blew up some German military trains.

This is a Treasure Saved
It is ironic that The Polish Army Orchestra, recorded this version a few months before they exterminated the Jewish survivors who returned to Poland after the Holocaust.
  Original Label
Original Label


Zog Nit Keyn Mol
 The Polish Army Orchestra

Zog Nit Keyn Mol- The Polish Army Orchestra
Depending on the speed of your connection, this file might take a few seconds to load

"Save The Music" Is A WEBstationONE Production, ©copyright 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.
Funded by: The Internet Development Fund and Our Sponsors.
The Internet Development Fund is a 501 C-3 California Non-profit Corporation.
Contribute to SaveTheMusic