Martin Greenfield survived two Nazi concentration camps. That alone would make for a gripping story, but as he tells Greta van Susteren in this episode of Greta Talk, that's just the beginning. After being liberated by General Dwight Eisenhower at the end of World War II, he eventually made his way to a new life in America. And what  a life it is; at the age of 86, Greenfield is still working at his chosen trade. He's a tailor... a very well-known tailor, whose clients include Presidents, diplomats, celebrities, and more. And he's now an author, whose book, "Measure of a Man" is fascinating reading.

Get comfortable and listen as this ultimate survivor and success story talks to the host of On the Record, a program he happily says "we have dinner with every night."