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Rabbi Yaakov Biderman, director of Chabad-Lubavitch in Austria, discovered that he was not the first shliach to Vienna. Over two decades before his arrival, the Rebbe sent Mrs. Marguerite Chajes to pay a visit to Doctor Viktor Frankl, the founder of logo-therapy and author of Man’s Search for Meaning.

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The Rebbe and Viktor Frankl

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Don’t Give Up!
The Rebbe and Viktor Frankl
Disc 115, Program 459

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Rabbi Yaakov Biderman, director of Chabad-Lubavitch in Austria, discovered that he was not the first shliach to Vienna. Over two decades before his arrival, the Rebbe sent Mrs. Marguerite Chajes to pay a visit to Doctor Viktor Frankl, the founder of logo-therapy and author of Man’s Search for Meaning.
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July 7, 2013
Marguite Chajes
Your grandmother's name sounds familiar. Was she a pianist?
Jocelyn Krieger
boca raton, Fl
July 5, 2013
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Viktor Frankl and Marguerite Chajes
deeply touching....
Anonymous
June 28, 2013
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Viktor Frankl and Marguerite Chajes
Marguerite Chajes, my grandmother, told me this story many years ago. I'm very appreciative of Rabbi Biderman's efforts to verify this story. Rabbi Biderman and my grandmother developed a relationship when my grandmother lived in Vienna. I had the opportunity to meet him in 2000 when he did the eulogy at my grandmother's funeral in Vienna.
Lea Luger
West Bloomfield, MI
baischabad.com
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