Sami Steigman

  • As a Jew from Czernowitz, Sami's life story is remarkable. He was born on December 21, 1939. From 1941 through 1944, he was with his parents in the Ukraine at Mogilev-Podolsky, a labor camp in an area called Transnistria. Subjected to Nazi medical experimentation, his life was saved by a German woman when he was dying of starvation. The camp was liberated by the Red Army and he grew up in Transylvania. In 1961, he immigrated to Israel and served in the Israeli Air Force.  
    Steigmann will share his story about life in a Nazi labor camp, the medical experiments he was subjected to, how he survived and the many lessons he’s learned throughout his life.
    Listen to his first hand account of a dark period of recent history and be inspired by a story of resilience and the ability to overcome the greatest difficulties. I encourage you and every one - young and old - to come and hear his remarkable story. A once in a lifetime event.

    Join us Sept. 3 at 7:30pm to hear first-hand his remarkable story of his personal experience.

    - Chabad Lecture Series | 16934 Chabad Way, Poway Ca 92064 -

  •   Ticket Options

    $10/General admission ($15 after Sept. 1st)
    $100/VIP Ticket - Includes Pre-Event reception with Sami Stiegmann
    Sponsorship opportunities available. Please email [email protected]  for more info. 

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