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The Previous Rebbe’s Difficult Trip

Motzoei Shabbos program on COLlive.com: "Historic Treasures" by Rabbi Sholom Ber Schapiro, uncovering fascinating tales and rare artifacts from Chabad Rebbes. This week: The Frierdiker Rebbe’s difficult trip to the shores of America. Video

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Interesting
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Interesting

Thank you

Waiting for the next episode

Yishar Koach!
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Yishar Koach!

Thank you! This is the highlight of my week!

great
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great

thank you rabbi Shapiro its an incredible story i never heard it before. hatslacha rabba with your new program.

big Z Schapiro
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big Z Schapiro

wow thank you Feter Sholom Bar Schapiro

Excellent
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Excellent

I can’t wait for next weeks installment.!

Very Interesting Program
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Very Interesting Program

This is a very interesting program – looking forward to next week.

However there must be an inaccuracy in this episode. The Freierdika Rebbe NEVER set foot in the Brooklyn Jewish Center on Eastern Parkway – which was a Conservative Temple (and sit in a kitchen to wait for the program to start…).

Perhaps it was in The Jewish Center in MANHATTAN under the leadership of Rabbi Dr. Leo Jung (who was very close to the Freierdika Rebbe).

Otherwise – keep up with this new weekly program.

wow
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wow

incredible story! thank you for sharing

Shalom Ber Schapiro
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Shalom Ber Schapiro

Sorry about the misunderstanding regarding the melaveh malka of the Frierdiker Rebbe, mentioned last night on our weekly program- THE STORY OF CHABAD IN AMERICA THROUGH THE MINDEL ARCHIVES To clarify: The melaveh malka we spoke about, was arranged by the Frierdiker Rebbe’s supporters shortly after his arrival in America in 1940. This melaveh malka took place in some hall/shul in Brooklyn (not sure which one). In passing, I also referred to a PREVIOUS melaveh malka in 1939, which the American supporters had made, as a fundraiser, while the Rebbe was in Europe. The Rebbe’s supporters communicated with and supported… Read more »

Thank You!
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Thank You!

Thank you for your retraction and clarification that this (or any other previous) Melava Malka did NOT take place in the former Conservative Temple of the Brooklyn Jewish Center.

יצחק הכהן בלבין
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יצחק הכהן בלבין

Rabbi Schapiro,
Thanks for your videos. It would “seem” that the song you mentioned may have been HaTikva. Was this the song? If not, which song was it.
Thanks in advance.

יישר כח
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יישר כח

Thank You very much for this program!

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