Eighty-five-year-old Mendel Greenberg has weathered a great deal during his long life. During World War II, he escaped imprisonment at Auschwitz, joined the Russian Army and was shot in the head fighting the Germans.

After recuperating, he moved to the United States and worked as a butcher. In recent years, he survived battles with leukemia and a heart condition.

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