Guide to the Rabbi Aaron Dym Prayer for Success and Liberation
Circa 1940s

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Collection Overview

Creator: Dym, Aaron
Title: Aaron Dym prayer for success and liberation
Dates: circa 1940s
Size: 1 folder
Abstract:Rabbi Aaron Dym was the Rabbi of Congregation Shaare Torah at 15A West 73rd Street in New York City, as well as the Secretary of the Federation of Orthodox Rabbis of America. He lived during World War II and composed a prayer in support of President Franklin Roosevelt and the American troops, condemning the Germans and the Japanese and their allies.
Languages:Materials are in English and Hebrew.
Call No: 1993.015

About This Guide

Finding aid encoded July, 2009

Finding aid encoded in English.

Biographical Note

Rabbi Aaron Dym was the Rabbi of Congregation Shaare Torah at 15A West 73rd Street in New York City, as well as the Secretary of the Federation of Orthodox Rabbis of America. He lived during World War II and composed a prayer in support of President Franklin Roosevelt and the American troops, condemning the Germans and the Japanese and their allies.

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of a prayer for success and liberation, specifically from the Germans and the Japanese, written by Rabbi Aaron Dym. The prayer is mostly comprised of words and phrases from other sources, such as Scripture and the existing liturgy. It is printed in both Hebrew and English. Also included, printed on the back of the title page, is Psalm 23 in English.

Index Terms

This collection has been indexed under the following terms:

Subjects:
Intercessory prayer
Judaism -- Prayers and devotions
World War, 1939-1945 -- Peace -- Prayers and devotions
Document Types:
Pamphlets

Conditions Governing Access and Use

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Collection is available to researchers deemed to be qualified by the Archivist.

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