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Sidney Harcsztark

Rabbi Sidney "Zusha" Harcsztark, born in Poland, was an Orthodox rabbi in the United States. From a prominent rabbinic family he was actively engaged in many religious and humanitarian activities in the ghetto of Lodz, Poland. A survivor of Dachau he served United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration team 503, in Zeilsheim, Germany. After arriving in the United States, he worked as an administrator of Yeshiva Rambam in Brooklyn, New York. We would like to add more details to Rabbi Harcsztark's life -- if you know more, please contact us.

Prayer of the Guest Chaplain of the U.S. House of Representatives: Rabbi Sidney Harcsztark on 18 March 1965

Contributed on: 18 Mar 2024 by Sidney Harcsztark | United States Congressional Record |

The Opening Prayer given in the U.S. House of Representatives on 18 March 1965. . . .

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