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Inhaltsangabe: This volume of Campfire's graphic history of World War II deals with the war in Europe from the rise of the Nazis through to May 1945 and VE Day. World War II shows the effects of the war on the soldiers, the refugees, the victims and protagonists of the most terrible conflict the world has ever known. In a world that is forgetting the lessons history has to teach, this book is a reminder of the horrors that come from intolerance.
In the 1930s, a great evil was rising in the heart of Europe, a threat unlike any seen before. German leader Adolf Hitler, a madman bent on world domination, was raising an army and growing more violent by the day. The world knew that Hitler had to be stopped. But fearing a war, this growing threat of Hitler's Nazi army was left unchecked. The world simply watched as Germany sank into darkness. The world merely prayed that war would not breach their borders. The world waited. And they waited too long.
As cities fell to ruin and millions were slaughtered, the growing darkness of Hitler and his Nazi empire branched out far beyond Europe?to Asia and Africa and America?and soon threatened to claim the entire world. France, England, Russia, the United States? no single nation had the strength to combat this darkness, at least not on their own.
With the fate of the world hanging in the balance, the one final, desperate hope was that all of these nations united together might muster the strength to save humanity.
Über den Autor:
Lewis Aaron Helfand is a resident of Narberth, Pennsylvania and grew up wanting to write comic books. His journey to figure out how to do that has involved everything from studying sculpture and politics to traveling through Spain and Denmark to writing about adventure sports and sword making. He is currently merging all these diverse interests writing graphic novels for Campfire. Some of his recent titles include the award winning Nelson Mandela: The Unconquerable Soul, Mother Teresa: Angel of the Slums, and They Changed the World: Bell, Edison and Tesla.
Lalit Kumar Sharma was born in Delhi. An artist by nature, he expresses himself through the medium of comic book art. His career as an artist began at Diamond Comics, and since then he has also worked for Raj Comics and all the leading Indian comic book publishers. Dark, grim and dynamic drawing has always been his strong point. At Campfire he has used his strang, action-packed drawing style to illustrate the classics and biographies, and to bring history to life. Some of his recent titles include World War One: 1914-1918, Leonardo Da Vinci: The Renaissance Man, and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
Buchbeschreibung Campfire Graphic Novels, New Delhi, 2015. Soft cover. Buchzustand: New. 184pp., Full Colour Illustrations, World War Two Officially Began With Germanys Invasion Of Poland On September 1, 1939. In Reality, It Had Been Building Up For Years Before That As Adolf Hitler And His Nazi Party Came To Power In Germany. Hitlers Fanatical Lust For Power Drew The Entire World Into Conflict, Killed Millions Of People In Combat And In The Holocaust, And Saw Pain And Suffering On A Scale Not Seen Before.Witness The Major Events Of World War Two As We Follow The Fates Of Some Officers, Soldiers, Journalists, And Ordinary Families Caught Up In The Whirlwind Of Horror Few Could Even Comprehend Or Control In This Graphic Novel Adaptation Of The War, With Specific Focus On The Action In Europe And Africa. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 351313
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