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The 1980 Russian-language address that took the world by surprise and placed the Soviet regime on notice
The year 1980 was turning out to be a dark one for Soviet Jewry. The previous decade had seen the first large-scale Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union, reaching a peak of 51,300 exit visas in 1979. But then things suddenly changed. “An abrupt tighten...
On the road returning from the Ohel, the Rebbe asked me if it would be possible to mint a silver coin that he would be able to give out during the parade.
Having taken part in the very first parade, he continues the tradition in Canada
On May 3, 1953, Yosef Minkowitz, all of 5 years old, marched in the first Lag BaOmer children’s parade in New York City. He and another 200 or so students from Jewish schools started in the back courtyard of Chabad-Lubavitch headquarters at 770 Eastern Pa...
On his way to the Ohel, the Rebbe’s car passes the Lag B’omer carnival on Empire Boulevard.
Highlights from the Lag B’Omer Parade of 1987.
Celebration of Lag B’omer, 5744, as captured by the lens of Sholom Ber Goldstein.
The Rebbe participates in the 1970 Lag B’omer parade in front of 770.
By the Grace of G-d 20th of Elul, 5720 Brooklyn, N.Y. [September 12, 1960] Greeting and Blessing: I received your two letters of August 22nd and 26th. With regard to the question of the Rabbi who has left, and you ask my opinion about the candidacy of Rab...
By the Grace of G-d 11th of Menachem Av, 5720 Brooklyn, N.Y. [August 4, 1960] Greeting and Blessing: This is to acknowledge receipt of your letter of July 28th, with the enclosure. I thank you in anticipation of the film which you sentA film of the Lag b’...
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