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R. Menachem Mendel constantly encouraged people in possession of manuscripts to publish them, and scholars to publish their own works.
Mr. Bernard Perrin lives in Manchester, England. In the 1970’s the Rebbe commissioned him for an important project in the dissemination of Chassidism to the wider world. (1970's)
Hebrew Publishing in the Venice Ghetto and Beyond
The treasured Valmadonna Library, the greatest private collection of Hebrew books and manuscripts in private hands in the world, includes almost five hundred titles published in 16th century Venice.
The unusual publishing history of Rabbi Schnuer Zalman's Tanya
Since the time of the Baal Shem Tov, Chassidisim has attached messianic significance to the dissemination of Chassidic thought. In the modern era, this was the driving idea behind the Rebbe's campaign to publish the Tanya all over the world, which chassid...
The Rebbe encourages the publishing of Torah books.
Throughout the ages, it just wasn't a possibility for most people to publish their own Torah ideas. But today, authentic Torah study must be encouraged. Even if you are uncertain, don't hesitate when it comes to writing and publishing Torah.
Letter No. 184:
This letter was addressed to R. Moshe Hecht, at that time, the Rebbe’s shliach in Worcester, Massachusetts. B”H, Sunday, 7 Shvat, 5705 Greetings and blessings, Both of your letters were received. A receipt is enclosed, with thanks [for your contribution]....
A book needs to be paid for. How many are here? May you have blessing and success, and much thanks for the books. Good tidings. (Collage)
: The fascinating story of how the Talmud was arranged into the iconic layout we use to this day.
You saved me energy; I was going to reprimand you for not publishing your book yet. I’m happy to hear that it’ll be published soon. (Collage)
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