Zikaron is Memory and Teru'ah is a very special sound. It's supposed to shake us to the core, dislodge every memory, good and bad. Rosh Hashannah comes after Elul, the month of Teshuva, Repentance.
The Bible Lands Museum has opened its most Jewish and Zionist exhibit to date:
Some of the images were much more ancient, like this one.
For me, personally, it was very moving to see that a section of the museum was dedicated to those brave Jews who defied the British and blew the shofar after Yom Kippur. Our former neighbor, Rabbi Moshe Tzvi Segal, HaLevi, from when we lived on Rechov Plugat HaKotel in the Old City of Jerusalem, was the first to do it. The exhibit includes a movie in which the surviving shofar blowers are interviewed.
The exhibit is a must-see for the entire family, even if you don't agree with the "approach" of the museum itself. Yes, it's called the Bible Lands Museum. Some of us would expect it to tell the story of the Jewish People in the Land of the Bible, but it doesn't. It's "multi-cultural" in that it tries to tell the stories of the various peoples who lived in the Land of the Bible. I'd rather not go into critical details in this post.