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Letter by Rabbi Moshe Schwab

Letter by Rabbi Moshe Schwab
Letter by Rabbi Moshe Schwab
Letter by Rabbi Moshe Schwab
Letter by Rabbi Moshe Schwab
Title: Letter by Rabbi Moshe Schwab
Hebrew Title: כתב מהרב משה שוואב
Date: 1946
Author: Rabbi Moshe Schwab
Place: Gateshead, England
Size: 20/24.5 cm
Condition: good

Description:

A long letter written in german to his brother Yitschok, full of hashkofo and mussar. at the end his wife add a few lines.

Biografia:

 Rabbi Moshe Schwab (1918-1979). Born in Frankfurt-am-Mein to Rabbi Yehuda (Leopold) and Hanna (nee Erlanger) Schwab, the younger brother of Rabbi Shimon and Rabbi Mordechai. He was sent to learn in Kaminetz under Rabbi Baruch Ber Leibowitz and in Baronovich under Rabbi Elchonon Wasserman. In 1938, he moved to England and accepted a position at the Kollel in Gateshead. In 1942, he married Rochel Baddiel, daughter of Rabbi Dovid Baddiel, one of the founding members of the Gateshead kehilla. In 1946, he joined the Yeshiva and became very close to Rabbi Dessler. He authored Ma’archei Lev on the Yomim Tovim.

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