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Tuesday, 16 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 21, 2019

    1972 Documentary: The Hasidim

    Watch: An award-winning film on Chassidic life in Crown Heights in 1972 features the Rebbe and fascinating people and scenes. Full Story, Video

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    C.H. Resident
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    C.H. Resident

    AS a youngster in ULY Ocean Parkway in the 70’s
    This film brings back amazing memories.
    Honestly, I have seen this film many years ago.
    COL thanks for sharing.

    nice thanks
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    nice thanks

    when did the custom stop to stand when talking to the teacher?

    My mother's voice
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    My mother's voice

    What a beautiful narrator . May she live a long and healthy life Esther bas chana.

    Hmmm
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    Hmmm

    Well it would make sense to get special permission to go into the Rebbe’s office…

    cnl
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    cnl

    Those were the days!

    Also...
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    Also...

    I watched the clip with President Shazar and impressed with how the JEM chevra incorporated many photos, etc., to put together the entire scene into one cohesive piece. Go Yankee Teitelbaum!

    Me Too Ocean Parkway
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    Me Too Ocean Parkway

    OMG! did you see itchel kraszanki and boruch boro park hecht?This movie was so delightful and my friend EliezerGoldmanZatzal and his siblings yibadelu lichaim.This was the best treat.TY COL post more oldies!

    To #2
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    To #2

    Was thinking of that…and also so nice to see the convention speakers speak in Yiddish. So sad how we lost the אידישע שפראך

    You go Rabbi Chaim Itche
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    You go Rabbi Chaim Itche

    Chaim Itche Drizin has always been and continues to be in the forefront of Hafotzas Hamayonos. From building the first large public Menora in Union Square in S. Francisco to bringing so many back to their roots as head of Northern California Chabad based in Berkeley, California, to helping so many today in therapy. We salute you Rabbi Drizin and May you continue in your holy work Ad Bias Moshiach Tzidkaynu

    So many precious memories!
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    So many precious memories!

    Thanks for sharing!

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