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Title The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz
Author Jeremy Dronfield
Publisher Penguin UK
Release 2019-01-24
Category History
Total Pages 320
ISBN 024135918X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

In 1939, Gustav Kleinmann, a Jewish upholsterer in Vienna, was seized by the Nazis. Along with his teenage son Fritz, he was sent to Buchenwald in Germany. There began an unimaginable ordeal that saw the pair beaten, starved and forced to build the very concentration camp they were held in. When Gustav was set to be transferred to Auschwitz, a certain death sentence, Fritz refused to leave his side. Throughout the horrors they witnessed and the suffering they endured, there was one constant that kept them alive: the love between father and son. Based on Gustav's secret diary and meticulous archive research, this book tells his and Fritz's story for the first time - a story of courage and survival unparalleled in the history of the Holocaust.

Title The Boy Who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz
Author Jeremy Dronfield
Publisher Harper Paperbacks
Release 2020-05-12
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 448
ISBN 9780063019294
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The #1 Sunday Times bestseller--a remarkable story of the heroic and unbreakable bond between a father and son that is as inspirational as The Tattooist of Auschwitz and as mesmerizing as The Choice. Where there is family, there is hope In 1939, Gustav Kleinmann, a Jewish upholster from Vienna, and his sixteen-year-old son Fritz are arrested by the Gestapo and sent to Germany. Imprisoned in the Buchenwald concentration camp, they miraculously survive the Nazis' murderous brutality. Then Gustav learns he is being sent to Auschwitz--and certain death. For Fritz, letting his father go is unthinkable. Desperate to remain together, Fritz makes an incredible choice: he insists he must go too. To the Nazis, one death camp is the same as another, and so the boy is allowed to follow. Throughout the six years of horror they witness and immeasurable suffering they endure as victims of the camps, one constant keeps them alive: their love and hope for the future. Based on the secret diary that Gustav kept as well as meticulous archival research and interviews with members of the Kleinmann family, including Fritz's younger brother Kurt, sent to the United States at age eleven to escape the war, The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz is Gustav and Fritz's story--an extraordinary account of courage, loyalty, survival, and love that is unforgettable.

Title SUMMARY the Boy Who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz
Author Page Essentials
Publisher
Release 2021-10-13
Category
Total Pages 24
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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DISCLAIMER - This book is not written by Jeremy Dronfield , it is just the summary of his book by Page Essentials. This book does not in any way intend to take the place of the original book but to serve as a concise guide for you. This is a unique Holocaust story - a genuine account involving two family members and their individual experiences in Auschwitz. It does let us appreciate the unshakable relationship between the father and son who survived that living agony and misery in a genuinely life-affirming way. From treachery by their 'nice' neighbors through systematic demonization, dispossession, and 'removal,' the author takes us on their harrowing path. It's a remarkable story about a small group of people surviving against all obstacles. Throughout the war, a father and son are taken through the terrible horrors of concentration camps, and we see their torture and agony. In 1939, the Gestapo apprehends Gustav Kleinmann, a Jewish upholster from Vienna, and his sixteen-year-old son Fritz and took them to Germany. While imprisoned in the Buchenwald concentration camp, they miraculously survive the Nazis' merciless savagery. Gustav is then informed that he would be taken to Auschwitz, where he will face certain death. Fritz can't seem to let go of his father. Fritz, desperate to keep the group together, makes an astounding decision: he insists on accompanying them. Because each death camp is identical to the Nazis, the boy is allowed to accompany them. One thing sustains them throughout the six years of evil they witness and the terrible anguish they face as camp victims: their love and hope for the future. The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz is based on Gustav's secret diary, painstaking archival research, and interviews with members of the Kleinmann family, including Fritz's younger brother Kurt, who was sent to the United States to escape the war at the age of eleven. Gustav and Fritz's story is a remarkable tale of bravery, devotion, survival, and love. They get through it all thanks to small acts of humanity, a profound mutual love, incredible tenacity, and a lot of luck. Surviving by a miracle, but not without leaving severe wounds. This book summary is short but detailed. It enables you to have the central thoughts of the main book in minutes. Scroll up and Click the BUY NOW button to get your copy.

Title Summary of the Boy Who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz Jeremy Dronfield
Author Blossom Chisom
Publisher
Release 2021-03-11
Category
Total Pages 24
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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THIS IS A SUMMARY OF THE MAIN BOOK, NOT THE MAIN BOOK ITSELF. IF YOU'RE LOOKING TO BUY THE MAIN BOOK, KINDLY SEARCH FOR IT ON AMAZON. THANK YOU! Where there is family, there is hopeIn 1939, Gustav Kleinmann, a Jewish upholster from Vienna, and his sixteen-year-old son Fritz are arrested by the Gestapo and sent to Germany. Imprisoned in the Buchenwald concentration camp, they miraculously survive the Nazis' murderous brutality.Then Gustav learns he is being sent to Auschwitz--and certain death.For Fritz, letting his father go is unthinkable. Desperate to remain together, Fritz makes an incredible choice: he insists he must go too. To the Nazis, one death camp is the same as another, and so the boy is allowed to follow. Throughout the six years of horror they witness and immeasurable suffering they endure as victims of the camps, one constant keeps them alive: their love and hope for the future. Based on the secret diary that Gustav kept as well as meticulous archival research and interviews with members of the Kleinmann family, including Fritz's younger brother Kurt, sent to the United States at age eleven to escape the war, The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz is Gustav and Fritz's story--an extraordinary account of courage, loyalty, survival, and love that is unforgettable.

Title Summary of the Boy Who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz
Author Kevin Hewitt
Publisher
Release 2021-10-12
Category
Total Pages 28
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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DISCLAIMER: This is NOT the original Jeremy Dronfield book. This is a SUMMARY of it written by Kevin Hewitt , that allows you to quickly see all what's talked about in each chapter of the book, without compromising the quality. Auschwitz, Buckenwald, Bergen-Belsen: the names are natural to perusers who have checked out the German inhumane imprisonments that worked from the mid-1930s until 1945 when Russian fighters from the East and American warriors from the West stopped the assembling of death and freed a large number of detainees. The writer, Jeremy Dronfield--who is a history specialist just as an author--gives his book to two men: a dad and a child who were conceived Austrian Jews and who were more Austrian than Jewish. Dronfield concentrates on the laced existences of Gustav and Fritz Kleinmann, as opposed to on the idea of massacre and the Holocaust, which is otherwise called "The Shoah." Other Kleinman relatives--some of whom figured out how to escape from the one-party rule and start new lives from Austria--additionally figure in this account around two ages who mended essentially to a limited extent after extraordinary injury. Dronfield demands over and over that his book is valid. "This is a genuine story," he writes in the main sentence. In the Afterword toward the finish of the book, he states, "What you have perused in these pages is a genuine story." He appears to dissent excessively, maybe because he's an essayist of fiction and the writer of five books, including Hitler's Last Plot. Dronfield needs to be trusted and accepted. He additionally needs to utilize every one of his abilities as a writer. In the Preface, he composes that the story he tells, "peruses like a novel." Indeed, it does. On occasion it appears like Dronfield has imagined and adorned, however, he demands that he hasn't done such. In this summary of the scandalous book, Kevin Hewitt brings you a detailed easy-to-digest rundown of everything you need to know so as to decide on whether to commit to reading the original book itself or not. And as always, you can be sure of a delightsome reading experience. What are you waiting for? Click that BUY button right away

Title The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz
Author Jeremy Dronfield
Publisher HarperCollins
Release 2023-01-17
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 464
ISBN 0063236192
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“Brilliantly written, vivid, a powerful and often uncomfortable true story that deserves to be read and remembered. It beautifully captures the strength of the bond between a father and son.”--Heather Morris, author of #1 New York Times bestseller The Tattooist of Auschwitz The #1 Sunday Times bestseller—a remarkable story of the heroic and unbreakable bond between a father and son that is as inspirational as The Tattooist of Auschwitz and as mesmerizing as The Choice. Where there is family, there is hope In 1939, Gustav Kleinmann, a Jewish upholster from Vienna, and his sixteen-year-old son Fritz are arrested by the Gestapo and sent to Germany. Imprisoned in the Buchenwald concentration camp, they miraculously survive the Nazis’ murderous brutality. Then Gustav learns he is being sent to Auschwitz—and certain death. For Fritz, letting his father go is unthinkable. Desperate to remain together, Fritz makes an incredible choice: he insists he must go too. To the Nazis, one death camp is the same as another, and so the boy is allowed to follow. Throughout the six years of horror they witness and immeasurable suffering they endure as victims of the camps, one constant keeps them alive: their love and hope for the future. Based on the secret diary that Gustav kept as well as meticulous archival research and interviews with members of the Kleinmann family, including Fritz’s younger brother Kurt, sent to the United States at age eleven to escape the war, The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz is Gustav and Fritz’s story—an extraordinary account of courage, loyalty, survival, and love that is unforgettable.

Fritz and Kurt by Jeremy Dronfield

Title Fritz and Kurt
Author Jeremy Dronfield
Publisher Random House
Release 2023-01-12
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 0241565758
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A family divided by hate A father and son bonded by love A boy given a new life In 1938, at the start of the Second World War, the Nazis come to Austria. They hate everyone who is not like them. Fourteen-year-old Fritz Kleinmann is taken with his father to Buchenwald concentration camp - a prison of death and fear - just because he and his family have been born Jewish. Through love and friendship, Fritz finds a way to survive. Until his father is sent to Auschwitz, and a certain death. Fritz can't bear to be without his Papa, and follows him. Meanwhile his younger brother, Kurt, must leave his mother and sisters for the safety of the United States, and sets off into a different world. Two brothers. Two incredible stories of hope . . . even in the darkest of times. A retelling of the Sunday Times bestselling The Boy Who Followed his Father into Auschwitz, a Daily Mail and Sunday Express book of the year: 'Shattering, astonishing' Daily Mail 'Extraordinary' Observer

Mala s Cat by Mala Kacenberg

Title Mala s Cat
Author Mala Kacenberg
Publisher Penguin UK
Release 2022-01-20
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1405949198
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Alone in a forest with only a cat for company, this is the deeply moving true story of one little girl's remarkable survival in the shadow of the Holocaust. Growing up in the Polish village of Tarnogrod on the fringes of a deep pine forest, gives Mala the happiest childhood she could have hoped for. But, as the German invasion begins, her beloved village becomes a ghetto and her family and friends reduced to starvation. She takes matters into her own hands, and bravely removes her yellow star, risking sneaking out to the surrounding villages to barter for food. It is on her way back that she sees her loved ones rounded up for deportation, and receives a smuggled letter from her sister warning her to stay away. With only her cat, Malach, and the strength of the stories taught by her family, she walks away from everything she holds dear. Malach becomes her family, her only respite from painful loneliness, a guide and reminder to stay hopeful even when faced with unfathomable darkness. With her guardian angel by her side, Mala finds a way to navigate the dangerous forests, outwit German soldiers and hostile villagers, and survive, against all odds.

Beyond the Call by Lee Trimble

Title Beyond the Call
Author Lee Trimble
Publisher Lume Books
Release 2021-04
Category
Total Pages 316
ISBN 9781839012945
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

In 1945, Captain Robert Trimble embarked on a secret mission into enemy territory to rescue thousands of Allied Prisoners of War. Beyond the Call is an inspiring true story of bravery and heroism on the Eastern Front.

Queer Saint by Adrian Clark

Title Queer Saint
Author Adrian Clark
Publisher Lume Books
Release 2022-05-26
Category
Total Pages 420
ISBN 9781839012921
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the mystery of his obscure family origins to the enigma surrounding his premature death, Queer Saint follows Peter Watson through an odyssey of the twentieth century, from high society to the sweaty underworld. When Peter Watson was murdered in his bath by a jealous boyfriend in 1956, the art world lost one of its wealthiest, most influential patrons. This compellingly attractive man, adored by Cecil Beaton - a man who was called a legend by contemporaries, who was the subject of two scandalous novels, and who helped launch the careers of Francis Bacon, John Craxton and Lucian Freud - fell victim to a fortune-hungry lover. Elegant and hungrily sexual, Peter Watson had a taste for edgy, disreputable boyfriends. He was the unrequited love of Cecil Beaton's life, his 'queer saint', but Peter preferred the risk of edgier, less sophisticated lovers, including the beautiful, volatile, drug-addicted prostitute Denham Fouts. Peter's thirst for adventure took him through the cabaret culture of 1930s Berlin, the demi-monde and aristocratic salons of pre-war Paris, English high society, and the glitz of Hollywood's golden age. More than just a gay playboy, Peter Watson was a renowned connoisseur, and fuelled the engine of mid-twentieth-century art with his enormous wealth. Anyone interested in contemporary art or cultural history is bound to enjoy this book. Adrian Clark is a Cambridge-educated lawyer, writer and commentator on art and art history, who has written several books and reviews. Jeremy Dronfield was born in Wales. After completing a doctorate in archaeology at Cambridge, he began writing fiction. His first novel, The Locust Farm, was shortlisted for the John Creasey Memorial award for debut crime fiction. He also has a parallel career as a ghostwriter and historical biographer. He is the author of the critically acclaimed Sunday Times bestseller The Boy Who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz.