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Written by a 21-year-old Yiddish poet, Hirsh Glik (1922-1944), Zog Nit Keyn Mol! became the hymn of the United Partisan Organization in 1943. It was sung in all the camps of Eastern Europe as a song of resistance. After the war, it reached Jewish communities around the world, where it has been sung as a memorial for Jews martyred during the war.