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Soloveichik, R. Chaim (of Brisk)

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Soloveichik, R. Chaim (of Brisk): Rabbi Chaim Soloveitchik of Brisk (1853 – 1918) was a leading rabbinic authority in pre-war Europe, renowned for his brilliant Torah scholarship and credited with pioneering a revolutionary method of Talmud study. Before serving as Rabbi in Brisk, he lectured at the world-famous yeshivah in Volozhin.
Marking 100 Years Since His Passing
In the latter part of the 19th century, in the small Russian (now Belarusian) town of Volozhin, a miniature revolution was brewing.
Passing of Rabbi Chaim Soloveichik of Brisk (1853-1918), outstanding Talmudic scholar and Jewish leader.
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