A mother in Israel: the life and memoirs of Rebbetzin Chana Schneerson of blessed memory : mother of Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, z. ts. ṿe-ḳ. l.l.h.h.].
Rebbetzin Chana Schneerson was born on 28 Tevet, 5640 (Monday, January 12, 1880) in Nikolayev, a city in western Russia, near Odessa. In addition to providing our generation with its preeminent, venerated leader, Rebbetzin Chana was in her own right a truly outstanding person, a "woman of valor" in the fullest sense. Righteous, humble, giving and wise, her life is a shining example for every Jewish woman and "mother in Israel." This compilation contains selections from her memoirs, a brief biography and other events and historical information surrounding her illustrious life.
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A Brief Biography
For This Child I Prayed
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