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Lunchtime Lecture – The Partisan Song Project: WE ARE HERE!

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Lunchtime Lecture – The Partisan Song Project: WE ARE HERE!

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Lunchtime Lecture – The Partisan Song Project: WE ARE HERE!

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Wednesday 10 October
1.15pm

FREE 

The Partisans’ Song, Zog Nit Keynmol, written by Hirsh Glik, age 22, in the Vilna Ghetto in 1943, is one of the most powerful songs of resistance and defiance ever written.

It has been the hymn of Holocaust survivors – a legacy that was in danger of dying out. Now, through this inspiring and meaningful global project, the Partisans’ Song is fast becoming the anthem for a new generation of Upstanders.

Eli Rabinowitz was born in Cape Town and has lived in Perth since 1986.

Eli, filmmaker and genealogist, researches family and Jewish cultural history and writes about Jewish life and travel on his website, elirab.me. Eli also manages 85 KehilaLink websites for JewishGen.org, which has a base of over 500,000 registered users worldwide.

His articles have been published in international Jewish and genealogical publications and websites. Eli has lectured in the UK, USA, Poland, Lithuania, Israel, South Africa and Australia. In 2017 Eli established the Partisans’ Song Project, a global initiative. He co-ordinates online collaborative classes of schools in South Africa and the Former Soviet Union.

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Wednesday 10 October
1.15pm

FREE 

The Partisans’ Song, Zog Nit Keynmol, written by Hirsh Glik, age 22, in the Vilna Ghetto in 1943, is one of the most powerful songs of resistance and defiance ever written.

It has been the hymn of Holocaust survivors – a legacy that was in danger of dying out. Now, through this inspiring and meaningful global project, the Partisans’ Song is fast becoming the anthem for a new generation of Upstanders.

Eli Rabinowitz was born in Cape Town and has lived in Perth since 1986.

Eli, filmmaker and genealogist, researches family and Jewish cultural history and writes about Jewish life and travel on his website, elirab.me. Eli also manages 85 KehilaLink websites for JewishGen.org, which has a base of over 500,000 registered users worldwide.

His articles have been published in international Jewish and genealogical publications and websites. Eli has lectured in the UK, USA, Poland, Lithuania, Israel, South Africa and Australia. In 2017 Eli established the Partisans’ Song Project, a global initiative. He co-ordinates online collaborative classes of schools in South Africa and the Former Soviet Union.

Terms & Conditions

Terms and conditions:

This ticket gives access to the Museum and all exhibitions.

To redeem your ticket purchase, you must present either a paper or electronic version of this receipt to the Museum’s admissions desk on arrival.

Tickets are valid for 6 months from the date of purchase and can only be used once.

Tickets cannot be cancelled, refunded, exchanged or duplicated.

If you have purchased a concession ticket, please provide appropriate identification on entry to the Museum.

General information:

The Museum opening hours are:
Monday-Thursday: 10am-4pm
Friday: 10am-3pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: 10am-4pm

We are also closed on Jewish Holidays. Please check our website for full details.

The Museum has launched an app for iPhones on which you can listen to the voices of Holocaust survivors and perpetrators during your visit to the Museum. We recommend you download the SJM Voices app prior to your arrival. If you have an android phone, please ask at the admissions desk for assistance.

Due to the sensitive nature of the content in the Holocaust exhibition, we recommend that children no younger than 11 years of age attend, and that children under 13 years of age are accompanied by an adult at all times.

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