The Efforts That Led to the Rescue of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of Lubavitch from War Torn Europe in 1939-40
Description: With over 270 pictures and images, this book presents, via the vast collection of communications, letters and memoranda the dramatic, far-reaching efforts associated with the rescue of Rabbi Yosef Y. Schneersohn and his family. The book speaks in the voice of the documents with minor editorial guidance. Included are facsimiles of some of the documents. photographs of the key figures involved in the rescue effort, as well as many chasidim and friends mentioned in the book are included. Maps of the rescue trail that began in Otwock, Poland, and ended at the shores of New York City, round out the presentation.
Edited by Rachel Altein and Rabbi Eliezer Y. Zakikovsky
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