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Historic Events in the Dynasty of Chabad-Lubavitch Edited by Rabbi Yosef Y. Kaminetzky Translated by: Yosef Cohen (287 Pages)Publisher: Kehot, 2003
A compendium of the Chabad-Lubavitch timeline, Days in Chabad is an invaluable reference guide. Snippets of narrative provide readers with a chronological look at the idealism driving a fledgling movement. Borne of despair at a time of great Jewish suffering, Chabad-Lubavitch was maligned and persecuted for centuries, finally becoming what is decidedly the most dynamic influence in Jewish identity.
Told in concise, daily entries, Days in Chabad focuses on key personalities and lesser-known figures who played importantly in many of the movement's critical milestones. Dating back to its founding in the late 1700s, this compendium traverses three tumultuous centuries beginning with its early struggles under the oppressive Czarist regime and its subsequent fight to survive the stranglehold of communism. It brings readers up-to-date, with the flowering of Chabad-Lubavitch in the modern world.
Filled with hundreds of rare photos and document facsimiles.
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