The Rebbe of Bobruisk, Rav Shmaryohu Noach Schneersohn, passed away on this day in 5683/1923.
The day of Yud Shevat is deeply connected with Basi Legani. Read about the history of this fundamental maamar, and how we continue its cycle of study today.
Following an intense legal battle over stolen seforim, Judge Charles Sifton ruled that the Frierdiker Rebbe’s libray belongs to the chassidim.
A document lists the names and town of origin of the students at the Beis Rivkah school established in the Wegsheid DP camp in Austria after the “Great Escape” from the Soviet Union. Some very interesting name-town connections can be found.
Listen to vintage audio clips sent to the Rebbe of a farbrengen in the Chabad shul in Meah Shearim on Yud-Tes Kislev, 5715/1954.
A recent archive of photos of the early days of the Yeshiva in Pocking, Germany and Brunoy, France was discovered by Shmuel Halpert and published online. Some of the identities are still unknown. Can you help identify them?
Hundreds of pictures from the central Yud Tes Kislev farbrengen in Kfar Chabad from 5723 to 5744 are now available online.
On Yud Tes Kislev 5559 (1798), the Alter Rebbe was freed from imprisonment, heralding a new era in the spreading of chassidus.
The 18th of Kislev is the yahrtzeit of Rebbe Yosef Yitzchok of Avrutsch, son of the Tzemach Tzedek and father of the Rebbetzin Shterna Sarah.
In a heartfelt message to his community, Rabbi Michoel Gourarie of Sydney, Australia says to wake up and utilize the days ahead.
On Yud Daled Kislev 5689 (1928), the Rebbe married Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka in Warsaw, Poland.
The 10th of Kislev marks the day when the Mitteler Rebbe was released from prison. Read the story of his arrest and release, and watch it celebrated at the Rebbe’s farbrengens.
Gimmel Cheshvan marks the anniversary of the arrival of nine Lubavitch students to Montreal in 5702 (1941), which brought about the great institutions that exist there today.
This Shabbos, Yud Gimmel Tishrei, marks the 138th yahrtzeit of the Rebbe Maharash. Read about his life, hear his nigun, and download Mishnayos to be studied on the day.
A video presentation put together by JEM tells the story of Rebbetzin Chana- mother of the Rebbe and a paragon of mesirus nefesh.
In honor of Vov Tishrei, Yagdil Torah has published a booklet containing stories of Rebbetzin Chana’s life, as well as Mishnayos that begin with the letters of her name.
Wondering what Tishrei by the Rebbe was like? Watch Rabbi Mendel Feller of Chabad of Minnesota describes it in detail.
This 24 Elul marks 45 years since the Rebbe announced mivtzah neshek.
The Rebbe’s zeide, Rav Meir Shlomo HaLevi Yanovsky, passed away on this day – Chof-Gimmel Elul, 5693/1933.
Chai Elul, the 18th day of Elul, is the birthday of the two great luminaries, the Baal Shem Tov and the Alter Rebbe.