I like the cake . . .
A Bas Kedoshim indeed. Nechda L'beis: Apta, Savran, Ruzhin, Sadigur, Husyatin and Novominsk. They Nishmasa Tzrura B'tzror Hachaim.
Zalmen was a shvache Chossid of his shver, and would say so in public. I guess the Lubavitcher in him didn't allow for 2 Rebbes in his life, even if it was his shver.אבער דאס האט נישט צו די ווייב
Was she frindly to Mrs. Schneerson ?
'Zalmen was a shvache Chossid of his shver, and would say so in public'Is that supposed to be smart of him?Maybe after cooling his feet in 'Uncle Sams hotel' he got a bit more saychel.His shver was an exeptional yid, a true ohev yisroel.
HT- you always have the most interesting pictures. Where do you find them? (besides google)
there's no big secret, Im Phd, it's google and other sites.
I thought the Litvaks are such holy people, look at the messages I'm getting from them!
Uh Hirshel . . .
Most Bnai yeshiva in the US are of Hungarian or German extraction. A large group are themselves baale teshuva. Please don not hold their behavior against real Lithuanain Jews.By the way the original Chabad until 1940 were 98 % lithuanian jews including some who moved to the colonies and New settlments in the Ukraine . there they amintained their minhogim and Hebrew pronunciation. The rebbe although born in Nikolaev was a Lithuanian Jew. His father was from White Russia (Jewishly a part of greater Lithuania - same dress same Yiddish, same food etc).In Israel most Bnai yeshiva are too not Lithuanians being either sefardim, Hungarians or former Chassidim (in particular Gerer) like Mr. Gaffni and others.
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