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A Treasure of Letters


A Yeshiva Bachur s Fascinating Firsthand Description of the World of Torah and Chassidus in Eretz Yisroel in the Early 1950s


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A ONE-OF-A-KIND AMAZING BOOK!

A yeshiva bachur from England travels to learn in Eretz Yisroel in 1953, and writes back home with his observations and experiences. These original letters, written in a candid and often humorous style, are chock-full of personal meetings with gedolim and admorim of the time, and offers an authentic, up-close snapshot of the then-budding world of Torah Judaism. A gem!

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  • By Rabbi Elozor Reich
  • 6"x9" (200 Pages)Publisher: Israel Bookshop Publications, 2011




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