In June of 1940, as the German army was moving into Paris, the Rebbe and Rebbetzin were trying to get out of the path of the Nazis. Millions of people were also desperately trying to get out the Nazis’ path, packing train stations to go to the south of France.
While crammed in these train stations the Rebbe was hauling with him cases of manuscripts of Maamorim of the Rebbe Rashab, letters of the Previous Rebbe, his own Reshimos, books he received at his own wedding and letters he received from his revered father, Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Schneerson.
These manuscripts were used years later in printing the Maamorim of the Rebbe Rashab and letters of the Previous Rebbe, as part the library of the Previous Rebbe remained trapped in Europe, some to this day.
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