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A brief biography of the fourth Chabad Rebbe
In his short leadership, Rabbi Shmuel strengthened Chassidus, combatted anti-Semitism, and prepared the ground for Chabad's global reach
Biographical Dates
BornThe above outline is translated fromספר השיחות - קיץ הש"ת. For further details [in Eng.], see: the Biographical Outline in HaYom Yom; and the biographical notes in: Dr. Nissan Mindel, Some Aspects of Chabad Chassidism. See also: R. Avraham Chanoch Gli...
I. Early Years Rabbi Schneur Zalman was born on the 18th day of Elul (which is also the birthday of the Baal-Shem-Tov), in the year 5505 (1745), in the town of Liozna, province of Mohilev, in White Russia, which was part of Poland at that time. His parent...
The sixth Rebbe of Chabad-Lubavitch, author of the present work, was born on 12 Tammuz, 5640 (1880), and by 5655 (1895) was involved in public affairs as the personal secretary of his father, the Rebbe Rashab, whom he also represented at international Rab...
The Previous Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Account of His Incarceration in Stalinist Russia in 1927
In this unparalleled historic first-person description the Previous Lubavitcher Rebbe graphically documents the cold truth behind the cynical Stalinist facade of religious tolerance — midnight arrest, intimidation and interrogation, incarceration without ...
To world Jewry, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, was a recognized leader and champion of Torah-true Judaism, who sacrificed himself all his life for the benefit of his people. To numerous individuals in all walks of life, he was ...
(5594-5643; 1834-1883)
In the last two hundred years and more, a great movement started among our people, which has brought new life to Jewish communities in all parts of the world. To hundreds of thousands of its followers it has given a new understanding of the deeper meaning...
(12 Tammuz, 5640 - 10 Shevat, 5710)
It is important for us to know how our Great live and work, so that we can learn from them and improve our own life. Although we may not be able to do quite exactly as they, we can, in our own way, try to act like them, and, in doing so, give greater mean...
abraham The 19th day of Kislev is the well-known "Day of Liberation" of Rabbi Schneur Zalman, founder of Chabad, and the forefather of the Schneerson dynasty of Chabad leaders, known as the Lubavitcher Rabbis. For teaching the Chasidic way of life, and es...
Personal Journals of Zalmon Jaffe's Visits to the Lubavitcher Rebbe
Zalmon Jaffe's lively personal journals turn back the clock to the Rebbe's early years of leadership when a farbrengen was attended by a modest crowd of 300, and a personal yechidut could last over two hours.
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