Over the past few months, HebrewBooks.org has been uploading hundreds of the newest Kehos seforim to their online database, including those just published for the first time.
Over the past few months, HebrewBooks.org has been uploading hundreds of Kehos seforim to their online database, where anyone can view or download the PDFs at no fee.
Hebrewbooks.org was originally founded to preserve old American Hebrew books that are out of print and/or circulation. Many American Rabbis wrote seforim in the early part of the 20th century but with the author’s passings, their seforim also fell out of public conscience.
Since launching, HebrewBooks.org changed its mission to include all Torah Seforim ever printed. On their website you will be able to view and print entire seforim for absolutely no cost.
While HebrewBook.org always had a respectable collection of Chabad seforim, for many years they did not update their database with new prints and recent Kehos publications. This all changed recently with numerous Chabad seforim being uploaded periodically.
Some of the seforim are the Rebbe’s Torah that is hard to find in print, such as Sichos Kodesh 5742-52. Others are newer editions of older works, such as the relatively new print of ‘Hemshech Samach Vov‘. In an upload just this past week, even newer seforim were added, such as Sefer HoErkim volume 9, a number of volumes of Toras Shmuel that had been typeset for the first time last year, and Toldos Chabad BeRussia HaTzaaris, an overview of the history of Chabad in Czarist Russia by Rabbi Berel Levin.
These and tens of thousands of other seforim can be read online or downloaded on the website at any time. Surely, this is another step towards the fulfillment of Moshiach’s promise – אימתי קאתי מר? לכשיפוצו מעינותיך חוצה.
For a list of their recent update, including the titles mentioned above click here.