Michoel Dov Weissmandel
Weismandel was a Torah Scholar and a leader of the Jewish resistance during
World War II. He engaged non-Jewish emissaries to send food, clothing, and
money to Jewish deportees who were settled in the territories of the
General government in Poland. Rabbi
Weissmandel was a member of the underground Working Group and the
founder of the Europe Plan to rescue the survivors of European Jewry.
his letters he berated the Jewish leadership in the free world for their
inactivity toward the Jews in Europe. His
letters are collected in his memoir Min Ha Mezzar - From the Depths.
the war Rabbi Weissmandel settled in
Mt. Kisco, N.Y. where he reestablished the Nitra Yeshiva.
Rabbi Weissmandel was a forerunner of the computer codifiers without the aid of a computer, he published material regarding numerology and sequences of letters and numbers in the Bible.
The above graphic includes photographs that were provided by VERAfilm archives.