Bunin, Hayyim Isaac
- (1875-1943)Belorussian author and teacher. He settled in Warsaw in 1929. A follower of the Habad movement, he published studies of Habad Hasidism. His Mishneh Habad describes Habad doctrines and applies them to modern life.
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BUNIN, ḤAYYIM ISAAC — (1875–1943), author and teacher. Bunin was born in Gomel, Belorussia. He spent most of his life as a wandering teacher in Russia, Lithuania, and Poland, settling in Warsaw in 1929. Bunin devoted himself in particular to research on Ḥabad Ḥasidism … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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SHNEUR ZALMAN OF (Liozna-) LYADY — (1745–1813), founder of chabad Ḥasidism. According to family traditions he was born in Liozna, Belorussia, on the 18th of Elul. After his marriage in 1760 he devoted himself to Torah study. Concluding that he knew a little about learning, but… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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