Torah from the Years of Wrath, 1939-1943 (Draft 9 14 2016)

Fellow Scholars and Students of History!

I’m busy working on my next book, and I’m really enjoying the writing process. I’ve been working on this research for over a decade, even wrote a 500-page manuscript before deciding to start over with an entirely new approach.

This book is on the Holocaust writings of Rabbi Kalonymus Kalmish Shapiro, known to his followers as the Piaseczno Rebbe.  His most well-known work, the subject of this book, is Holy Fire (Aish Kodesh).  I also recorded a biographical lecture a while ago, you can find it here.

Here’s the link to the first two chapters.  As an experiment, I uploaded the rough draft to academia.edu. I would be delighted to receive helpful comments from interested readers. Please email me at abramson@touro.edu.

https://www.academia.edu/28490562/Torah_from_the_Years_of_Wrath_1939-1943_The_Holocaust_in_the_Writings_of_Kalonymus_Kalmish_Shapiro_DRAFT_9_14_16_

Thank you!

HMA

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3 thoughts on “Torah from the Years of Wrath, 1939-1943 (Draft 9 14 2016)

  1. I just wanted to tell you that I am really loving your lectures and your jokes. I have watched about 50 of them so far. Thank you very much for what you are doing. I will read the chapters later and give a comment. Also, I am curious if you have read Robert Eisenman’s work on the Dead Sea Scrolls and if so what do you think. thanks. Robin Schafer

  2. YOU ARE GREAT. I DRIVE TO WORK IN PARIS WITH YOUR LECTURES. GIVES ME STAMINA FOR THE REST OF THE DAY.
    NOTE: ALKABETZ COMES FROM AL KEVES. ONE OF THÉ FAMOUS FRENCH TV ANCHOR TODAY IS CALLED ELKABBACH

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