Rocklin Event: The Harrowing Story of a Holocaust Survivor
Chabad of Placer County presents this special evening to hear Dr. Jacob Eisenbach's personal story of survival in Nazi-occupied Poland. It's the story of two brothers clinging together for survival after their family perished in the wrath of the Third Reich. Younger brother Sam clings to Jacob and voluntarily boards the Nazi death train with his brother when they came for Jacob. They struggled horrifically, and when the dust cleared at war's end, only one of them survived. After surviving the war, Jacob moved to Germany where he studied dentistry, becoming a doctor as his father had dreamed. He later immigrated to the U.S. and continued to practice dentistry until he retired at the age of 93.
Hear Dr. Eisenbach's first-hand experiences and powerful message in our timely battle against anti-semitism, bigotry and hatred.
Signed copies of his book "Where you go, I go" will be available for purchase.
Date & Time
March 28, 2019
$15 in advance; $20 at the door; Students FREE