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1935 - 1939
By the mid 1930s Paris was home to increasing numbers of East European Jews and refugees from the threat of Nazism and there was growing pressure on R. Menachem Mendel to play a more public role.
1933
As the climate in Berlin became increasingly anti-Semitic, Rabbi Menachem Mendel and his wife decided to move to Paris.
Rabbi in neighborhood where attacks took place urges faith and resolve
Jewish communities and individuals around the world expressed their solidarity, support and prayers for the French people on Saturday evening after a series of coordinated terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night killed 129 people and injured more than ...
1947
In 1947 Rabbi Menachem Mendel returned to Paris, there to be reunited with his mother, Rebbetzin Chana. It was two decades since they had last seen each other.
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