Fascinating Lives of Two Chassidim Explored in New Teshura

The lives of two chassidim are narrated in a teshura distributed by the wedding of Dovie Levy and Pessie Fischer, alongside previously unpublished letters, ma’anos and yechidus received by the chosson and kalla’s grandparents. 

The lives of two chassidim are narrated in a teshura distributed by the wedding of Dovie Levy and Pessie Fischer, alongside previously unpublished letters, ma’anos and yechidus received by the chosson and kalla’s grandparents. 

The bulk of the teshura, titled ‘Soldering On’ tells the the story of the chosson’s maternal great-grandfather, Reb Zalman Bronstein, and his father Chaim Ezra and grandfather Zev Volf. Authored by Dovid Zaklikowski, it relates the fascinating story of Reb Zalman’s youth, his time serving in the Red Army during WWII, and his later life and unique relationship with the Rebbe.

The teshura also contains the story of the chosson’s great-grandfather and namesake, Sholom Dovber Pewzner, and great-great-grandfather, Reb Shmuel Pewzner, several of the Rebbe’s responses to the kallah’s great-grandfather, Rabbi Yehoshua Pinson, within the framework of his involvement in various Chabad institutions, the Rebbe’s responses, and a transcript of a newly discovered private audience, between the Rebbe and the chosson’s great-grandfather, Rabbi Berel Levy and letters from the Rebbe to the chosson’s grandmother, Mrs. Malka Levy, grandfather, Rabbi Yosef Bronstein, and his great-uncle, Rabbi Aaron Lieberman.

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