MEGA Dee Voch Sukkos Edition on Newsstands Now
Yiddish readers throughout the world are in these days grabbing the incredible package of riveting and inspiring reading material contained in the multiple Dee Voch and Shrift supplements. Each and every week throughout the year, the Dee Voch edition is a delight for tens of thousands of readers throughout the world. But when Yom Tov arrives, the writers and editors of Dee Voch go all out in providing a feast for the senses, sure to delight readers of every kind and stripe.
This Yom Tov Sukkos is no different.
With 900 pages of incredible and fascinating content, every reader is sure to experience a simchas Yom Tov, and walk away informed and inspired by the countless features and thousands of images.
The Dee Voch supplement contains hundreds of images from Admorim and Rabbonim around the world from the previous weeks of preparation for the Yomim Nora’im, as well as erev and motzei Rosh Hashanah, Tashlich, Yidden throughout the world doing kapporos, and many other scenes and happenings.
The Shrift supplement contains a rare interview with the great ga’on Rav Moshe Sternbuch, shlit”a, in which he recalls his youth in London, his meeting with Rav Elchonon Wasserman, and his encounters with the great gedolim of Eretz Yisroel.
Moshe Klein visits Myanmar, a country that was until recently stable, but has now evolved into a war zone. A feature delves into the lives of the “Chazon Ish Yidden,” a kiddush Hashem project in which competitors at the top of their industry within the heimish community express praise for their competition, a live view of a din Torah, “the wars that almost happened,” “In the inner sanctums; former ‘hoiz bachurim’ tell of their time at the side of gedolei Yisroel,” “Yerushalayim around-the-clock.”
Chassidic composer Reb Meshulem Greenberger gives a wide-ranging interview to the Shrift, Reb Meir Alfasi, the international man, tells of his experiences exploring the world’s exotic locations, Reb Yitzchok Dovid Hertz relives his incredible story of survival during the Holocaust, a visit to the wonderful sukkah of Reb Mordechai Greenwald in Meah Shea’rim, stories and anecdotes from the life of the Rachmastrivka Rebbe, zt”l, as told by Reb Shimon Greenwald, and an interview with the artistic sofer Reb Avrohom Paneth.
This is all in addition to the regular columns and features of the Shrift, which are all timely and themes to the Yom Tov at hand.
The Kinder Shrift magazine for children had the great zechus for Rav Yaakov Moshe Schechter, shlit”a, to answer questions posed by the magazine, and contains a tour of the Intrepid Warship, a tour of a lulav field, an interview with Chassidic comics artist R’ Don Bar Lev, a special feature of the childhood years of Admorim, a feature of young children who journeyed to their Rebbe for Yom Tov—in addition to numerous regular columns themed to the Yom Tov.
A special gift contained in this edition is the new Vinderkind magazine, which comes along with a CD filled with content that will keep your children entertained throughout these days.
Be sure to grab your copy of Dee Voch soon, bringing yourself and your family true simchas Yom Tov, and an inspiring reading experience for this Yom Tov and beyond.