The People's Rabbi: The Life & Legacy of Rabbi Leib KramerZoom

The People's Rabbi: The Life & Legacy of Rabbi Leib Kramer

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Rabbi Leib Kramer was one of the nine Lubavitch students who stepped off the train in Montreal in the fall of 1941. The harrowing journey that had taken them from Otwock, Poland, to Shanghai, China, as they fled both Nazis and Communists, finally came to an end . . .

At the direction of the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, and later the seventh, Rabbi Kramer directed the Lubavitch day schools in Montreal for the next six decades. In the process, he developed close and lasting relationships with thousands of individuals in the Montreal community, becoming part of their extended family.

Author: Dovid Zaklikowski
Hardcover: 400 pages, 220 images
Language: English
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 inches

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