His song was sung across Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe and inspired the Kraków Jewish resistance, which adopted it as its anthem. Even in the darkest days of the Holocaust, Yiddish writer Mordkhe Gebirtig (Mordechay Bertig) expressed hope for a better future.
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