When creating a story, there should always be a goal in mind. Perhaps it is to provide a new viewpoint on an event, or on life in general. It could be to inspire the imagination of others. It could be moving people's hearts. Whatever the writer's goal is, it is that goal that compels a story to transcend, and become something well known and memorable. So when dealing with such sore subject matter as the Nazis and what they stood for, things must be approached in a genteel manner in order for your story to reach its goal. If your goal is to give insight
into the Nazi perspective, you must go deep, be compelling, and as clear as possible (at least I feel that is necessary for people to take a work like this seriously.)
This oneshot is not deep, compelling, or very clear on anything. The main focal points of this story are 2 gay Nazis and a young Nazi who sold out his parents for the "cause". However, the gay relationship is never explained nor looked at too deeply, and the young Nazi's story is glossed over and then more or less thrown aside for another shounen ai scene. Whatever the author was trying to convey is beyond me.
The characters are one dimensional and their actions hardly even make sense. And I don't mean because they are Nazis and think differently than other people. On top of that, the conversations jump back and forth and degrade into useless blabber.
The art is the only okay thing about this, and that's not a good thing since the art is barely average quality. The backgrounds are simple, and while the character designs are actually decent, the actual art falls short of realizing the intended designs.
Rather you like controversial things, or are interested in seeing things through a different viewpoint, or just want something interesting to read, I can't recommend this to anyone for any of those things. This is a confusing and purposeless piece of storytelling that goes nowhere and will leave you questioning why you bothered wasting your time.