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By Hillel Zeitlin / Paulist Press / 2012
A preeminent scholar of Jewish thought and spirituality presents the first English translation of selected writings of the Hasidic martyr of the Warsaw Ghetto, Hillel Zeitlin (1871–1942). Reports regarding the circumstances of his death are generally known, but his writings are not yet as widely circulated. This edition provides readers with his eloquent presentation of his faith.
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Hillel Zeitlin (1871–1942) was a Yiddish and Hebrew writer. When the Nazis began exterminating Polish Jewry in 1942, Zeitlin was 71 years old. He was killed by Nazis in the Warsaw ghetto while holding a book of the Zohar and wrapped in a prayer shawl and phylacteries.