Rabbi Eliezer Zev Wolf Rosenbaum, Admur Kretchnev

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Rabbi Eliezer Zev Wolf Rosenbaum

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Death: Died in Auschwitz, Poland
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Son of Rabbi Meir Rosenbaum (Leifer) of Nadvorna-Kretshniff and Shifra Rosenbaum (Tirer) of Kretchniff
Husband of Chaya Beila Rosenbaum
Father of Rabbi Nissan Chaim Rosenbaum (Bradshin) Holocaust; <private> Rosenbaum (Bitschkov); <private> Rosenbaum (Pest); <private> Rosenbaum (Nadvorna-Satmar); הרב דוד משה מקרעטשניף Rosenbaum and 1 other
Brother of R. Itamar Rosenbaum; סימא רייזל Isaacson; Rabbi Mordechai Rosenbaum, of Rachov; Rabbi Yitzchak Rosenbaum (Rachov); Shlomtza Shapiro and 1 other

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About Rabbi Eliezer Zev Wolf Rosenbaum

Eliezer Rozenboim was born to Meir and Shifra. He was a rabbi and married to Beila. Prior to WWII he lived in Krzeczanowo, Poland. Eliezer perished in 1944 in the Shoah.

Eliezer Rozenboim was born to Meier and Shifra. He was a rabbi and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Krecsenew, Romania. During the war he was in Krecsenew, Romania. Eliezer perished in 1944 in Auschwitz, Camp

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After his death, his son Rabbi Eliezer Zeev Rosenbaum took over his father's position. He put in more efforts to cultivate a personal connection with his followers, and during his lifetime, the Kretchinef chassidic movement broadened considerably. He was the most widely accepted Admor [Chassidic Rebbe] among the many descendants of R' Mordechai from Nadvorna, most of whom lived in various places in broader historical Hungary. He was also a miracle worker, and gave out prescriptions to the ill. Towards the end of the First World War he moved to Sziget (see article on Sziget). [During World War 2,] he was deported from Sziget to Auschwitz.

http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/maramures/mar050.html

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רוזנבוים, ר' אליעזר זאב ב"ר מאיר. ממלא מקום אביו כאדמו"ר מקרעטשעניף. לאחר מלחמת העולם הראשונה הקים את חצרו בסיגט. נהרג על קידוש השם. ספר ארבעה ארזים... בני ברק [תשכ"ז].

http://marmoresh.org/newsarticle/136,137,74.aspx