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Aaron Dym

Rabbi Aaron Dym (1896-1951) was born in Liska, Galicia and received semikhah from R. Shmuel Engels before emigrating to the United States via England in 1925. In 1926, he began serving as secretary of Degel HaRabonim (the Federation of Orthodox Rabbis of America) and in 1935 was promoted to executive secretary. In New York City, he was rabbi of Linsker Congregation in New York from 1926-1929, Nepolokowitz-Bukowina Congregation from 1930-1939, and beginning in 1941, he led Congregation Sha'arei Torah.

Special Prayer for Our Soldiers and Sailors, edited by Rabbi Aaron Dym (1943)

Contributed on: 04 Sep 2023 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Aaron Dym |

This “Special Prayer for Our Soldiers and Sailors” edited by Rabbi Aaron Dym is found just after the preface to the siddur, סדור תפלת ישראל: כולל כל התפלות לכל השנה (Ziegelheim: 1943). . . .

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