The Biala Rebbe’s copy of Moreh Nebuchim – the Guide for the Perplexed, by the Rambam (Maimonides), Warsaw 1872

This is a copy of Moreh Nebuchim, which means Guide for the Perplexed, that was printed in Warsaw by Isaac Goldman in 1872.  Moreh Nebuchim is a work of philosophy, written by Rabbi Moses ben Maimon, known as Maimonides or the Rambam.  It is divided into three parts and this edition has four commentaries.  My … Continue reading The Biala Rebbe’s copy of Moreh Nebuchim – the Guide for the Perplexed, by the Rambam (Maimonides), Warsaw 1872

Sefer Tal Hashomayim by Rabbi Isaiah Brott, London 1922

Rabbi Isaiah Brott was a Shochet in London for many years until his death on January 2nd, 1945.  he was the son of Shmuel Brott, who was an important leader of the community in Lowicz, Poland.  Rabbi Brott lived at 82 Colveston Crescent Dalston. His book, Tal Hashomayim, printed by the Narodiczky press in Whitechapel, … Continue reading Sefer Tal Hashomayim by Rabbi Isaiah Brott, London 1922