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  • THE STONE CRUSHER by Jeremy Dronfield | Kirkus Reviews

    The title image—the stone crusher—is a mechanical device in a stone quarry at Buchenwald, and Dronfield employs it as a metaphor for the entire Holocaust—it is among the book's final images. The Kleinmanns, father and son, were able to cope with the unspeakable rigors of the concentration camps because they possessed manual skills that ...

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  • The Stone Crusher: The True Story of a Father and Son's Fight ...

    "Heart-wrenching yet compelling, The Stone Crusher is the vivid true story of a father and son's survival of absolute horror. Beautifully written, deeply poignant in its detail, it is a necessary testament today in the fight against Holocaust denial."

  • The Stone Crusher: The True Story of a Father and Son's Fight ...

    "The Stone Crusher" is handdown one of the best books I've read in a long time, and tells one of the most important stories I've ever read. Gustav and Fritz Kleinmann are father and son who survived six years in WWII concentration camps.

  • The Stone Crusher | Chicago Review Press

    Reviews "Heart-wrenching yet compelling, The Stone Crusher is the vivid true story of a father and son's survival of absolute horror. Beautifully written, deeply poignant in its detail, it is a necessary testament today in the fight against Holocaust denial."

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    "Heart-wrenching yet compelling, The Stone Crusher is the vivid true story of a father and son's survival of absolute horror. Beautifully written, deeply poignant in its detail, it is a necessary testament today in the fight against Holocaust denial."

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