MEASURE OF A MAN: From Auschwitz Survivor to Presidents' Tailor
The first time Greenfield took up needle and thread was to mend the shirt of the SS guard who had just beaten him. Today, he is recognized as "America's greatest living tailor." More than an account of survival and triumph, his is the story of a man who came of age amid the darkest evil in modern history. 16 pages of photos, most in color.
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