From the teachings of his German Nationalistic teacher in school, to the cold and bitter trenches of the First World War, from the debris of Germany caused by the Treaty of Versailles, to the Beer Hall Putsch in Munich, Hitler's rise of power is akin to a hero's epic, as he rises to regain Germany's honour.
The only reason I read this manga is because of my fascination of Hitler and the Third Reich and such. I found the four chapters akin to its Mein Kampf counterpart. Think of this like a book made into an manga adaptation. If you read Mein Kampf paper-to-eye there is not much to expect, even maybe disapointed because some parts where not included in the manga. But remember that reading the manga is much more different than reading the book as-is.
Unless you really want to know more about Hitler (which is in my case), or want a really fast background check on why Hitler became such a bad-ass, then this something you should read.
Apparently, there is nothing to rate for the story line and the character as it is historically bounded. But as mentioned, the story was cropped from a 384-page book to a 4 chapter manga, so some parts were not mentioned. But considering what you could put in 4 chapters, the author did a pretty decent job in at least putting up an aura of Hitler's ingenuity in his rise of power. But it was also cut short in few parts.
The art is really nothing to brag about actually, it's just a standard drawing and such. But the drawings were much akin to its human counterparts, so that made me give it a 8 because of its facsimile to each other.
Awkwardly enough, I enjoyed animetized Hitler-chan and his adventures in gaining power. It added suspense because instead of reading a black and white book, you could really see the emotions of the people there. You could see the sheer sentiment of the people when they cheer and shout unlike in the book where it is only written.
Overall, I enjoyed the manga a little too much I think (lawl), but I recommend it to those who are fascinated of the Third Reich and/or the World War 2 era. Also if your history teacher needs a book report of Mein Kampf tomorrow, dump the book and read the manga instead.