Napoleon’s March by the Rebbe in 5738

Watch: A newly released video by JEM gives a glimpse into the highlight of Yom Kippur by the Rebbe, when the crowd would burst into Napoleon’s March and the Rebbe would jump onto his chair and strongly encourage the singing.

A newly released video by JEM gives a glimpse into the highlight of Yom Kippur by the Rebbe, when the crowd would burst into Napoleon’s March and the Rebbe would jump onto his chair and strongly encourage the singing.

The clip, which is assumed to have been taken by Israeli photographer Levi Frieden, captures part of the crowd as they surge forward to see the Rebbe. The clip was recorded after the end of Yom Kippur, while the tefillos still continued in 770.

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