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Slobodka

 

an urban-type settlement in Kodyma Raion, Odessa Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Slobodka is a railroad junction, from which lines branch off to Rudnitsa, Bel’tsy-Slobodzeia, and Odessa. It has railroad-maintenance enterprises and a sericulture sovkhoz.

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41) Kahanovitch was born in Grodno, then under Russian rule, and attended some of the most renowned yeshivas, including the Knesset Israel in Slobodka.
Prequalification are invited for the choice of an engineering organization for the provision of engineering services for the integrated management of construction activities with the implementation of the functions of the customer for the work on the facility: "Demolition of the hostel located at: Mogilev region, Bobruisk district, Slobodka village, Slobodka village, Highway, 18 / 4 ;
His extraordinary abilities were recognized as a childhe was known as the "Warshawer illuy (genius)"and age 15, young even in the hothouse of Eastern European Jewry, he was recruited for the great Slobodka Musar yeshiva founded by Rav Noson Tzvi Finkel (1849-1927), whose watchword was gadlut ha-adam, "the greatness of man.
Perhaps most noteworthy was its publication under the auspices of the Student Association of the famed Slobodka Yeshivah, complete with a foreword by its dean, Rabbi Isaac Sher.
During this time, Rabbi Avraham Grodzinsky, the dean of the yeshiva of Slobodka, asked Rabbi Oshry to seek the assistance of Rabbi Dovid Itzkowitz.
Auerbach notes that Hebron Jews during that period were non Zionist and in some cases, after the arrival of the transplanted Slobodka Yeshiva students to that community in the 1920's (a largely unknown episode even to those familiar with the history of modern Israel), indifferent if not hostile to the Zionist ethos.
My own work, between the lines to be certain, suggests that the real but now historically invisible Jesus could find audiences in synagogues because he would have been at home with Wolfson in the great yeshiva of Slobodka.
On April 12, 1944, he went out with his mother to forced labor, crossed the river in a boat from Slobodka to Kaunas, and was instructed to walk up a hill without looking back.
She was an inhabitant of one of the Lithuanian twin towns of Kovno and Slobodka, which were separated only by a small river.
Born in 1882 in the Russo-Polish border town of Brest Litovsk, and educated at the Slobodka yeshiva, a Lithuanian seminary of great repute, my father was very like an actor himself.
In August 1929, Palestine experienced the worst Arab riots of the decade; in Hebron, Safed, Jerusalem, and other Jewish settlements, Arabs attacked Jews resulting in many deaths, including 73 students (eight of whom were American) killed at the Slobodka Yeshiva in Hebron.
The figure of 4,000 that appears repeatedly in appeals by the Vaad is apparently the total number of rabbis and yeshiva students in the "Lithuanian" yeshivot, a figure that refers not only to those from the yeshivot of Eastern Poland who escaped to Lithuania but also to those studying in the "Lithuanian" yeshivot in Lithuania--primarily Telz, Slobodka, and Ponevitch.