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Pinchas Hirschprung

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Né(e)
13 juillet 1912 Dukla, Pologne

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Immigré(e)
1941 Montreal

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Rabbi Pinchas Hirschprung was born in Dukla, Poland, in 1912. In 1941, he managed to escape Dukla, travelling to Vilna, Lithuania, then Kobe, Japan, and finally to Shanghai, before coming to Canada in 1941 on the last boat to leave Shanghai before Japan attacked Pearl Harbour. He married Alte Chaya Stern on 8 May 1947, and they raised nine children together. A world-renowned Torah and Talmudic scholar, Rabbi Hirschprung became the chief rabbi of Montreal in 1969 and led its Jewish community until his death in 1998.

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