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Message to Adolf. Part 1

Author: Osamu Tezuka; Kumar Sivasubramanian
Publisher: New York : Vertical, Inc., ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st Vertical edView all editions and formats
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"A graveyard in contemporary Israel has an unlikely visitor. The elderly gentleman from Japan, a former news correspondent, lays a bouquet of flowers at the tomb of one Adolf Kamil. For he remembers the tale of three Adolfs: Kamil, a Jew who grew up in Kobe, Japan, the son of a baker; Kaufmann, only child of a German consul stationed at that port city and his Japanese wife; and the Führer with whom the Far Eastern  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Graphic novels
Comic books, strips, etc
Named Person: Adolf Hitler
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Osamu Tezuka; Kumar Sivasubramanian
ISBN: 9781935654438 1935654438
OCLC Number: 761846799
Language Note: Trasnlated from Japanese.
Notes: Reads from left to right.
Description: 646 p. : chiefly ill. ; 22 cm.
Other Titles: Adorofu ni tsugu.
Responsibility: by Osamu Tezuka ; [translation: Kumar Sivasubramanian].
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"A graveyard in contemporary Israel has an unlikely visitor. The elderly gentleman from Japan, a former news correspondent, lays a bouquet of flowers at the tomb of one Adolf Kamil. For he remembers the tale of three Adolfs: Kamil, a Jew who grew up in Kobe, Japan, the son of a baker; Kaufmann, only child of a German consul stationed at that port city and his Japanese wife; and the Führer with whom the Far Eastern nation made common cause. A briskly paced political thriller, in this first part Message to Adolf takes us from the Nazi propaganda victory of the 1936 Berlin Olympics to the ravaging flames and atrocities of World War II. The disastrous education of Adolf Kaufmann in the ways and prerogatives of the master race begins" -- from publisher's web site.

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