Mir Yeshiva

Mir Yeshiva or Mirrer Yeshiva may refer to:


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Pesach Stein - Biography
... Stein studied at the yeshiva in Breinsk, and later at the Slonim Yeshiva under Rabbi Shabsi Yogel ... In 1936 Stein went to study in the Mir Yeshiva in Poland, where he formed a close relationship with the rosh yeshiva, Rabbi Eliezer Yehuda Finkel ... With the start of World War II, Stein fled with the Mir Yeshiva to Vilna and then to Shanghai, where he spent the remainder of the war ...
Shmuel Berenbaum - History
... He was born in Knyszyn, Poland and studied at Ohel Torah Yeshiva in Baranovich, led by Rabbi Elchonon Wasserman ... He later studied in the Mir Yeshiva located in the town of Mir, Poland ... of World War II, he traveled with the rest of the Mir Yeshiva to Vilna, where they remained for three weeks awaiting visas to travel abroad ...
Mir Yeshiva (Belarus)
... The Mir yeshiva (Hebrew ישיבת מיר, Yeshivas Mir), commonly known as the Mirrer Yeshiva or The Mir, was a Lithuanian yeshiva located in the town of Mir ... a number of times during World War II, it has evolved into three yeshivas, one in Jerusalem, with a subsidiary campus in Brachfeld, Modi'in Illit, and the other two in Brooklyn N.Y ... One of them is known as the Mir Yeshiva, and the other is Bais Hatalmud ...
Yechiel Michel Feinstein - Biography
... When the Bolsheviks revolted, the yeshiva was forced to flee from Lithuania to Kletsk, Poland ... Then he transferred to the Mir yeshiva, where he became a leading student of Rabbi Yeruchom Lebovitz and learned together with Rabbi Yechiel Michel Schlesinger, future rosh yeshiva of Yeshivas Kol Torah in ... Rabbi Chaim Shmuelevitz and Rabbi Aryeh Leib Malin also studied in the Mir yeshiva ...