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Traveling with the Maggid

by Paysach J. Krohn

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 142260229X, Hardcover)

Haven't you always wanted to visit the well-known Yeshivos of pre-war Europe? Rabbi Paysach Krohn takes you there in this magnificent new book! In Traveling With the Maggid, Rabbi Paysach Krohn, the American Maggid, transports you to the great Torah centers of yesteryear! Rabbi Krohn, the best selling author and inspiring speaker, has led hundreds on moving visits to the outstanding pre-War European Torah communities that set the stage for today's Torah world. Through this beautiful book, you will join him on these inspiring, emotional, and educational tours! Come, walk the streets and see the sights of Vilna, Ponevezh, Telshe, Kelm, Kovno, Slabodka, Radin, Volozhin, Minsk, Mir, Baranovitch, and Grodno. Discover the legacies of the legendary roshei yeshiva and rabbanim that have made these shtetelach part of the treasury of recent Jewish memory. With its scores of color photos, you'll savor the grandeur of a golden age of Torah that continues to touch our lives today. Through Rabbi Krohn's inspiring stories, insights, and comments, you will "meet" the personalities whose achievements and teachings influence us now. It is a gift from the generations that were to the generations yet to come. Large 8 1/2" x 11" gift edition. Includes over 150 full color photos.

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