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After being freed from Russian prison on the 19th of Kislev, 1798, the Alter Rebbe wrote a letter describing the circumstances surrounding his liberation. It is striking to see how much emphasis he places on the impact his liberation had on the non-Jews of S. Petersburg.

Light Unto the Nations: Part 1

Light Unto the Nations: Part 1

19 Kislev: All the Way to the Top

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Light Unto the Nations: Part 1: 19 Kislev: All the Way to the Top

After being freed from Russian prison on the 19th of Kislev, 1798, the Alter Rebbe wrote a letter describing the circumstances surrounding his liberation. It is striking to see how much emphasis he places on the impact his liberation had on the non-Jews of S. Petersburg.
Light Unto the Nations: Part 2
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Jewish History, Kislev 19, R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi (Alter Rebbe)
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