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Yitzchak Popack recalls his memories from when the Rebbe and Rebbetzin arrived to the United States in 1941.
A relative of the Rebbe’s family, Shem Rokeach describes the warm friendship his mother and grandmother enjoyed with Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka, and recalls a time when the friendship helped save his mother’s life. (1970's)
Dr. Alan Newmark merited to attend to Rebbetzin Chaya Mushkah, the wife of the Rebbe. In this clip, he recalls and shares some of the most memorable conversations that he had with the Rebbetzin, illustrating her sensitivity and care. (1980s)
A collage featuring scenes from the distribution of dollars in the Rebbe’s home on the twenty-ninth of Shevat, a day after the conclusion of shiva for Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Schneerson. (1988)
Virtually unknown in her lifetime, the Rebbetzin inspired thousands after her passing. Here are some essays expressing the profound effect she had.
A collection of biographies and presentations that seek to shed light on a life of giving that was so inextricably bound to the fortunes of Chabad Lubavitch for much of the 20th century.
The Rebbetzin zealously guarded her privacy and precious little is known about her. Here, some of the people who knew her best share their memories.
On 22 Shevat in the year 5748 (1988), the Rebbetzin passed away. In the days and weeks that followed, it became clear just how central she was to the life work of her illustrious husband.
Louise Hager, who developed a close relationship with the Rebbe’s wife, Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka, recalls speaking about her for the first time in public, and relates some important lessons the Rebbetzin taught her. (1991)
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