By Simon Rocker, March 5, 2009
One of the UK's best known Holocaust survivors was remembered at a memorial service on Sunday, a year after his death at the age of 97.
London-born Leon Greenman endured six Nazi camps but lost his wife Esther and two-year-old son Barney at Auschwitz.
He honoured the pledge he made in the camp to tell what happened "with every breath until his last," recalled Ruth-Anne Lenga, education consultant at the Jewish Museum, who organised the commemoration at the Sternberg Centre in Finchley.
For more than 60 years, Mr Greenman addressed countless school, youth and other groups a