Jeremy Dronfield (Author)
Jeremy Dronfield is a biographer, historian, novelist and former archaeologist. His recent non-fiction titles include Beyond the Call and Dr James Barry: A Woman Ahead of Her Time.
PRAISE FOR THE BOY WHO FOLLOWED HIS FATHER INTO AUSCHWITZ:
A deeply humane account and a visceral description of everyday life in the camps. Could not be more timely and deserves to have the widest possible readership.
"Extraordinarily touching" - The Jewish Chronicle
When everything is taken away from you, love and courage are all you have left.
In 1938, the Nazis come to Vienna. They hate anyone who is different, especially Jewish people.
Fritz and Kurt's family are Jewish, and that puts them in terrible danger.
Fritz, along with his father, is taken to a Nazi prison camp, a terrible place, full of fear. When his father is sent to a certain death, Fritz can't face losing his beloved Papa. He chooses to go with him and fight for survival.
Meanwhile, Kurt must go on a frightening journey, all alone, to seek safety on the far side of the world.
In this extraordinary true story, Fritz and Kurt must face unimaginable hardships, and the two brothers wonder if they will ever return home . . .
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
|Fritz and Kurt
|Jeremy DronfieldDavid Ziggy Greene