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Bochurim Return to Otwock

4 Lubavitch bochurim traveled Otwock, Poland, to search for the first Tomchei Temimim Yeshiva which stood at 1 Slowackiego Street. Full Story

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maybe
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maybe

the yeshivah was in one of the so called houses.

detroiter
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detroiter

berel as long as your saying lchaim!!

80's
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80's

Bochurim were there in the late 80’s as well.

Go Zalmy!
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Go Zalmy!
Poland
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Poland

it indeed has to be Poland., as the sign tells you the name of the city on your way out, facing out!

zogt l'chaim!!!
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zogt l'chaim!!!

bochrim, this is the right thing! make the rebbeim proud!!! l’chaim u’livrocha!

Baltimore Bochur
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Baltimore Bochur

Shaziiii!!!! Vi iz geven Atvotzk?

shazzzyyyy!!!!
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shazzzyyyy!!!!

did u start learning melicha:) ?

'"nisht nogea"
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'"nisht nogea"

vas vet zayn ven r’laima vet zhen?!!1

otwock machzor
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otwock machzor

i have just discovered an eldery friend has a set of machzorim given by prev rebbe when she was a refugee in Otwock but the address says “otwock prusa 6” inside cover.I would be interested to know if anyone can find out from the bocherim if they visited this address and what if any it has significance?

waw!!
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waw!!

isn’t that where R’ Gerlitzky z”lcame from?

nice!now thats where i would take my tour
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nice!now thats where i would take my tour

one sec ..that bochur with the hat ..is’nt that mockin??

To #11
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To #11

Yes! Thats righT!!

yeshiva
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yeshiva

My uncle lived in the dorm for this yeshiva for many years. May he rest in peace wherever he is buried in Poland.

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