Grand Rabbi Shaul Yedidya Elazar Taub, the 2nd Modzitzer Rebbe

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Shaul Yedidya Elazar Taub

Hebrew: האדמו"ר שאול ידידיה אלעזר טאוב
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Ozarow, Radom, Poland
Death: Died in Yerushalayim, Israel
Place of Burial: Jerusalem
Immediate Family:

Son of Grand Rabbi Yisrael Taub, the 1st Modzitzer Rebbe and Dubra Dobra Braindel Taub
Husband of Sarah Ita Taub; Nechama Taub (Halberstam) and Bracha Ester Ginzburg
Ex-husband of Bracha Keile Nechama Eger Taub-Kalish
Father of Grand Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu Taub, the 3rd Modzizter Rebbe; Golda Taub/Kalisch; (No Name); Horowitz; Faiga Kina Danziger and 5 others
Brother of Beniamin Taub; Yaakov David Taub; Itzhak Tzvi Taub; Sara Esther Cappell Kaplushnik Kapelusznik; Yechiel Alter Taub and 2 others

Occupation: אדמו"ר 2 לחסידות מודזיץ
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About Grand Rabbi Shaul Yedidya Elazar Taub, the 2nd Modzitzer Rebbe

   

birth in Ozarow, Radom Gubernia, Poland:

TAUB Szojel 1886 B 80 Izrael Dobra FRIDMAN

Rebbe Shaul Yedidya Elazar Taub was born on 20 October 1886. He was a gifted songwriter and wrote over 1,000 Chassidic melodies. He had an intense love for the Land of Israel, and even foresaw the coming of the State of Israel.

He guided his Chassidim in Poland until 1938 when he fled Poland due to Nazi persecution. He travelled to Vilna, Lithuania, Russia and from there made his way to Japan. Eventually, with the help of some Modzitzer Chassidim, he and some family members reached the shores of San Francisco and then moved to Brooklyn, New York in 1940.

It was during his stay in Brooklyn that Rebbe Shaul Yedidya Elazar became popular and helped rebuild Modzitz.

He was a gifted songwriter and wrote over 1,000 Chassidic melodies. He had an intense love for the Land of Israel, and even foresaw the coming of the State of Israel. He was unable to see the realization of his prediction, and he died on November 29, 1947, the day the UN voted to create the State of Israel. He was the last person to buried on the Mount of Olives until it was liberated in 1967.

His teachings have been collected in the volumes of Imrei Shaul and Yisa Bracha.

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1913--1996- The Eger Family Association- pg.14

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About Grand Rabbi Shaul Yedidya Elazar Taub, the 2nd Modzitzer Rebbe (עברית)

רב בראקוב, קרעטשוב ומשנת תרפ"א - אדמו"ר, עבר לאוטווצק ובה הקים את מרכזו. ביקר שלוש פעמים בארץ. נגינותיו משכו אחריו אלפים. היה יחיד במינו בקולו ובלחניו. ניצל מהשואה. תורתו בספר "אמרי שאול".

(משנת תורה ועבודה)

עוד על האדמו"ר שאול ידידיה אלעזר (בעברית) ניתן לקרוא בספר הזכרון של קוזמיר בעמודים 294-301 מתוך 668

עוד על אדמורי מודזיץ, והאדמור שאול ידידיה אלעזר טאוב ביידיש, ניתן לקרוא בספר יזכור של קהילת דבלין היא מודזיץ

Deblin (1969a) יידיש עמוד 227-239 מתוך 708

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Grand Rabbi Shaul Yedidya Elazar Taub, the 2nd Modzitzer Rebbe's Timeline

1886
October 20, 1886
Radom, Poland
1905
February 9, 1905
Age 18
Lublin, Lublin County, Lublin Voivodeship, Poland
1947
November 29, 1947
Age 61
Yerushalayim, Israel
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