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The Rebbe: A Brief Biography
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Sign In Keep me signed in. New Member Register. Many others could not attend, and so a few slightly different versions of the invitation were prepared, including one for invitees who could not physically attend the wedding, but who were nonetheless invited to celebrate from afar. One such invitation has recently been discovered in the archive of Levi Yitzchak Schneersohn, a cousin who had moved to Palestine at a young age.
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Following the war, he reported on Arab affairs throughout what is today Israel, Jordan, and Syria. A prolific writer all of his life, Levi Yitzchak composed poetry largely in Russian , and published two books: an autobiography detailing his time in the NILI underground, and an early history of the city of Hadera. Besides that, their stories seem to share very little in common: one, a relatively unknown Zionist activist and writer; the other, one of the most important figures in modern Jewish history. The Levi Yitzchak Schneersohn archive has been reviewed and described thanks to the generous support of the Leir Foundation.
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Rebbe - Chabad Lubavitch of Northeast Florida
Zvi Leshem and Ivgi Slutzk for their assistance in preparing this article. Zack likes history, reading and thinking not necessarily in that order , and tries to learn something from everyone. As Lincoln said, when told Gen. Just as the Nazis relentlessly hunted every Jew in Europe, the Rebbe relentlessly sent emissaries to care for every Jew on the planet. One emissary found himself in the Aleutian Islands. In a public school classroom he asked if there were any Jewish children.