Class One. The biography of the Rebbe. His origins, ancestors and early years part one. Born in Nikolayev and his wondrous childhood. At the age of seven they moved to Yeketrinislav (Dineperputruvsk).
Class Two. Stories about the Rebbe’s early years. His intellectual genius in Torah and all other areas of knowledge. The immigrants in World War 1; The Typhus epidemic. Did not know the Rebbe RAShaB.
Class Three. 1) The Rebbe’s father and Rebbe, 2) Meeting the Rebbetzin, 3) Visiting the Frierdiker Rebbe in Rostov and Leningrad, 4) His involvement in the underground work.
Class Four. 5766-9. 1) The meeting in Kurustien, 2) The Frierdike Rebbe in jail and deciding to leave Russia, 3) Leaving Russia, the final goodbye in Yekatrinislav; 4) The Frierdike Rebbe moves to Riga and the Rebbe goes to Berlin; 5) the preparations for the wedding.
Class Five. The Rebbe’s wedding, in Warsaw. The all night affair attended by many Tzadikim. His father’s letters and the wedding in Yeketrinislav that night.
Class Six. Reb Menchem Zemba, Reb Meir Shapiro; Instructed to Farbreng with Anash on occasions; Returns to Berlin (until the Nazis YM”Sh came to power); The Rebbetzin Shaindel, her husband Menachem Mendel HaKohein, their wedding and relationship with the Rebbe and Rebbetzin.
Class Seven. Years 5633-5. The Rebbe met various Gedolim; His involvement with the Frierdike Rebbe’s writings and the HaTamim.
Class Eight. 5696-5701. The Rebbe gets involved with Tomchei Tmimim in Poland (but must leave after a few months), Meets the Belzer Rebbe, Assists the Frierdike Rebbe on his visit to Paris in 1937, Leaves Paris as the war starts and arrives in New York one year later. Some stories about this period.
Class Nine. Coming to America. Four tasks: 1) Kehos, 2) Machanei Yisroel (an organization for Frumer that operated in secret), 3) Merkaz LiInyonei Chinuch, 4) Chevra Kadisha. During the war he worked at the Navy Yard. The Hayom Yom.
Class Ten. 1) Kovetz Lubavitch and the T’shuvos UBiurim, 2) The Rebbe’s Hagada, 3) His visit to Paris and getting his mother, and meeting the Chassidim, 4) The Frierdike Rebbe’s Histalkus and the Rebbe’s ascent to his leadership.