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.
Es brent = Our town is burning (3:46) Gehat hob ikh a heym = I once had a home (3:10) Geto = Ghetto (3:52) Motele fun Varshever geto = Motele of the Warsaw ghetto (8:43) Der hoyfzinger fun Varshever geto = The streetsinger of the Warsaw ghetto (2:34) Treblinka (2:18) Tsvey taybelech = Two doves : old love song (3:04) Unter di Poylishe grininke beymelekh = Under the little green Polish trees (2:57) A Yiddish kind = A Jewish child (3:47) Ani mamin (1:01) Yidn zingen Ani mamin = Jews are singing Ani mamin (3:17) Four Terezin songs. Wild geese (2:23) ; Bamboo grove (2:00) ; The moon far away from home (4:38) ; Wakeful night (3:12) Minutn fun bitochn = Moments of hope (2:40) Babi yar (4:10) Yeder ruft mikh Zhamele = They call me Zhamele (2:10) Shtiler, shtiler = Quiet, quiet (2:09) S'dremlen feygl = Birds are dreaming (3:30) Tsu eyns, tsvey, dray = It's one, two, three (2:02) Dos elnte kind = The lonely child (1:58) Itzik vitenberg (2:06) Es vet zikh fun tsvaygl tseblien a boym = From a twig a tree will bloom (2:52) Yugnt himen = Hymn of youth (1:51) Shtil di nacht = Still the night (3:26) Zog nit keynmol az du geyst dem letztn veg = Never say that you are going on the last road (1:59).
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.