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Guarded from Above is Rav Grainom Lazewnik's personal account of his electrifying experiences during the years of World War II.
Torn from his learning at Novardok yeshiva and forced into the Polish army, he later escaped the grip of Nazi captors and joined the partisans to help drive the retreating Germans back to Berlin.
But more than an adventure story, Guarded from Above is a meditation on miracles, Divine Providence and the wisdom of the Sages.
For decades circulated privately by his family, A. Zehu is proud -- with Rav Lazewnik's personal blessing -- to bring this important work to the larger sphere of readers.
Newly typeset with explanatory footnotes and true reproductions of cited Hebrew and Aramaic texts.
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Published By: A. Zehu Publications
Guarded from Above [Paperback]
By: Rav Grainom Lazewnik
Translated and edited for publication by: Boruch M. Lazewnik
About the Author:
Rav Grainom was born in a small town called Lenin, near Luninetz, where Rav Shach served as rosh yeshiva before the war. His father was one of the distinguished baalei batim in the town and served as gabbai of the kehillah.
When he was just 14, Rav Grainom went to the city of Pinsk to learn in one of the Novardoker yeshivos, which instilled in him an unwavering devotion to avodas hamidos and avodas hashem.
Rav Grainom learned under the tutelage of the Steipler Gaon, who gave him his acceptance farher, and the mashgiach, Rav Moshe Ostropoler. Rav Grainom said in his later years that his primary influence in yeshiva came from Rav Kalman Pinsky, who later married the daughter of Rav Elya Lopian, who took a fatherly interest in him.
Later, Rav Grainom fought in the Polish and Russian armies, and ran sabotage missions against the Nazis in World War II.
Rav Grainom zt”l served as the rav at Mosad Adar Gbyr in Flatbush (Avenue O and East 9th Street) for many years, where he touched the lives of thousands of people who were either mispalelim, learned from his ways, or simply sought his advice.
Rav Grainom passed away March 2022 by the age of 106
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