The Museum’s Collections document the fate of Holocaust victims, survivors, rescuers, liberators, and others through artifacts, documents, photos, films, books, personal stories, and more. Search below to view digital records and find material that you can access at our library and at the Shapell Center.
Liturgical music. Kamti be-ashmoret = I rise at dawn (2:51) ; Anna ke'av zedoni = Like a cloud, my wickedness (2:59) ; Im afes rova' ha-ken (2:44) ; Avinu maleknu = Our Father, our King (2:49) ; Yedie rashim = The hands of your poor nation (2:50) ; Le-britekha shokhen zevul u-shevu'a = When the gates of favor are about to be opened (2:41) ; Adonay sham'ati shim'akha yareti = O Lord, I have heard your speech and was afraid (2:50) ; Ochila la-el (2:53) ; Ha-yom harat 'olam (2:53) ; Yetzav ha-el = God will order (2:42) ; Kiddush = Sanctification of the Sabbath (2:45) ; Be-motza'ei yom menuchah = At the conclusion of the day of rest (2:18) ; Kiddush le-shavu'ot = Sanctification for Pentecost (2:56) ; Teromem bat ramah : Tzame'a nafshi = My soul is thirsty (3:00).
Maftrim songs. Ahallelah shem elohim = I shall praise the name of God (2:39) ; Yshlach mi-shamayyim = He shall send from heaven (2:42).
Religious songs in Judeo-Spanish. Al Dio alto = To God the Almighty (2:48) ; Es razón de alabar = There is reason to praise (2:57).
Folk songs in Judeo-Spanish. Ay mancebo, ay mancebo (2:51) ; Quién conoció mi mancevez = Who knew my youth (2:55) ; Malaña tripa de madre (2:41) ; Cantica de ajugar = The song of the trousseau (2:41) ; Reina de la gracia = Queen of beauty (3:00).
Zionist songs. Hatikvah = The Hope (2:38).
Algazi, Isaac ben Solomon, performer.
Co-production Wergo / Jewish Cultural Programming and Research Gbr. ; Producers and co-editors : Rita Ottens and Joel Rubin.
Learn about over 1,000 camps and ghettos in Volume I and II of this encyclopedia, which are available as a free PDF download. This reference provides text, photographs, charts, maps, and extensive indexes.