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Adolf, Volume 2: An Exile in Japan af Osamu…
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Adolf, Volume 2: An Exile in Japan (original 1983; udgave 1996)

af Osamu Tezuka (Forfatter)

Serier: Adolf (2)

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This drama began on the eve of World War II with three men named Adolf. The fate of Adolf Hitler, the dictator of the evil Third Reich, we know, but Tezuka's series continued after the war, following the other two Adolfs -- one the son of a baker, a German Jew; the other the son of a gentile German diplomat.… (mere)
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Titel:Adolf, Volume 2: An Exile in Japan
Forfattere:Osamu Tezuka (Forfatter)
Info:VIZ Media LLC (1996), Paperback, 256 pages
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Mistakenly, I thought that this was the first of Tezuka's Adolf series; in fact it's the second, which may explain why the plot goes around in circles without really getting anywhere. At the beginning of the book, the central character, journalist Sohei Toge has returned from the 1936 Olympics with evidence that Adolf Hitler is in fact of Jewish descent. On this not terribly substantial and somewhat offensive idea is hung a run-around plot of getting beaten up and escaping certain death while attempting to retain the precious documents. I'm not sufficiently attracted to want to get any more in the series, or indeed, anything else by Tezuka. ( )
  nwhyte | Jun 18, 2016 |
This book is the second in the Adolf graphic novel series. And it is just as impressive as the first volume, Adolf: A Tale of the Twentieth Century.

In the second volume, Toge finally gets his hand on the information his brother was trying to pass on to him: documents proving the Jewish ancestry of Adolf Hitler. And now both the Gestapo and the Japanese Secret Police are after him to get those documents back.

Meanwhile, Adolf Kaufmann has been sent to an elite academy in Germany aimed at properly educating the Hitler Youth. He struggles to fit in due to the fact his mother is Japanese and has been raised in Japan. He also faces the slow indoctrination that challenges his own personal beliefs.

The following volumes in the series are Adolf: The Half-Aryan, Adolf: Days of Infamy, and Adolf: 1945 and All That Remains.

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This drama began on the eve of World War II with three men named Adolf. The fate of Adolf Hitler, the dictator of the evil Third Reich, we know, but Tezuka's series continued after the war, following the other two Adolfs -- one the son of a baker, a German Jew; the other the son of a gentile German diplomat.

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