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Chabad and Telz [Hardcover]
By: Rabbi Chaim Dalfin
This book takes a deep dive into two major spiritual movements of the Jewish world. We examine their ideas, histories, personalities, dramas, and triumphs. We study the glorious Yeshiva of Telz, from its birth to its tragic demise in the death fields of teh Nazis, and its miraculous rebirth in the Midwest of America. We delve into the community of Chabad-Lubavitch, past and present.
These movements are far more than mere personalities and institutions. They are civilizations.
We demonstrate in these pages how they knew of each other, learned from one another, and harbored deep respect one for another. True - chasms of teleological differences have never ceased to exist between them. Yet, this has never, and should never, be a cause of disrespect or discord.
This book contains material that literally cannot be found anywhere else, including many exclusive interviews that were given to this author. This is not a work of rumor, journalism, or innuendo. It is a careful work of historical reconstruction.
Includes 317 footnotes and 24 pictures and bibliography.
Clear Font & Subtitles.
Printed in USA
Size: 6" x 9"
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