The Nazi Hunter

The Irwin Beutel Z"L Lecture Series proudly presents


He was an NYC private investigator, who, by a twist of fate, became a fearless Nazi hunter. Undercover, he pursued them relentlessly across the USA, Canada and Europe. He helped track down almost several hundred Nazis, collaborators and war criminals, coming face to face with dozens of them, recording interviews and even obtaining confessions from them.

On, Sunday, May 27, 2018, this larger-than-life personality comes to Chabad of Westmount to share his fascinating story. Hear about his remarkable journey, the twist and turns and the unexpected Montreal connection, in his audacious fight for justice.

Steve Rambam is one of the world’s foremost death claims investigators with offices and affiliates around the world. He and his investigators have successfully closed more than 10,000 high-profile cases, including homicide, missing persons, and insurance fraud. He has also coordinated efforts to expose terrorist groups' fundraising activities in the United States and has conducted investigations, which resulted in the tightening of airport security in eight U.S. cities. Rambam is perhaps best known for his pro bono activities to track and locate 170 Nazi collaborators and war criminals in the USA, Canada and Europe. His private investigative work was featured in Investigation Discovery’s series “Nowhere To Hide,” in which he starred. His work was also featured on CBS’ 60 Minutes, CBC’s The National, 48 hours, NPR, The History Channel, Discovery and others.

Sunday, May 27, 2018
Doors Open: 7 pm
Event Begins: 7:30 pm
Couvert: Free of charge before May 17, afterwards $10.