Measure of a Man From Auschwitz Survivor to Presidents’ Tailor
Martin Greenfield With Wynton Hall
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70 years ago this year prisoners in the Nazi death camps like Auschwitz were freed by the Allied forces. “Measure of a Man From Auschwitz Survivor to Presidents’ Tailor” is the first hand account by one of those victims of how he lived through the darkest time of the world’s history to become a world respected tailor of suits and other clothes of some of the most famous people from many walks of life including presidents of The United States. Greenfield tells about the death camps he was taken to, the loss of his family in them, his coming to America, and how he got into the garment industry that changed his life forever. He is living proof that out of bad comes good and he shows why, with many different stories of the people he has worked with “Measure of a Man From Auschwitz Survivor to President’ Tailor” is a well written tale of one of the last remaining survivors of the Holocaust of World War Two that so many disbelieve ever took place.