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Brief biographies of the founding leaders of Chassidism and the Rebbes of Chabad-Lubavitch, exploring their wide-ranging activities and sweeping impact on world Jewry

The Rebbes

The Rebbes

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Rabbi Israel, "Master of the Good Name" - a brief biography
Who was the founder of Chassidus? What was there about him and about his teachings that attracted - and continues to attract - both the greatest Torah scholars and also the least learned of our people?
A brief biography
The disciple of the Baal Shem Tov and the teacher of Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, the Maggid strengthed the Chassidism of his master, anchoring it firmly in Jewish thought and practice
A brief biography of the founder of Chabad-Lubavitch Movement
Few luminaries in Jewish history, particularly in modern times, have made as lasting and profound a contribution to our spiritual heritage as Rabbi Shneur Zalman.
A brief biography of the second Chabad Rebbe
Known for the breadth and depth of his Chassidic teachings and his incredible love for every Jew, Rabbi DovBer dedicated his life to the servicing of the Jewish community, spiritually and physically.
A brief biography of the third Chabad Rebbe
Menachem Mendel's life and times as Rebbe and advocate of his people
A brief biography of the fourth Chabad Rebbe
In his short leadership, Rabbi Shmuel strengthened Chassidus, combatted anti-Semitism, and prepared the ground for Chabad's global reach
A brief biography of the fifth Chabad Rebbe
Rabbi Sholom Dovber devoted himself to the future of the Jewish nation by involving himself in education on all levels
A brief biography of the sixth Chabad Rebbe
Born into the heart of Communism, Rabbi Joseph I. Schneersohn fought for Russian Jewry on all fronts, ensuring the survival of Judaism in the Old World. Then, he came to America and revolutionized and reinvented Judaism for the West
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