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Shigeru Mizuki’s Hitler Paperback – 17 Nov 2015
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“Showa is literature, illustrated or not, at its finest: a story that sweeps you off your feet only to find, when you return to Earth, that nothing looks quite the same.” ―Los Angeles Times on "Showa: A History of Japan"
About the Author
Born March 8, 1922 in Sakaiminato, Tottori, Japan, Shigeru Mizuki is a specialist in stories of yokai and is considered a master of the genre. He is a member of the Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology, and has traveled to more than sixty countries around the world to engage in fieldwork on the yokai and spirits of different cultures. He has been published in Japan, South Korea, France, Spain, Taiwan, and Italy. His award-winning works include Kitaro,Nonnonba, and Onward Towards Our Noble Deaths. Mizuki's four-part autobiography and historical portrait Showa: A History of Japan won an Eisner Award in 2015.
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The book is very readable and provides a number of excellent footnotes and a very comprehensive glossary of all the key actors in Hitler's personal and political life. While this book will not substitute for a scholarly biography of Hitler, it is a worthwhile addition to the library of both casual readers and WWII buffs.