Waga Tousou
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Waga Tousou

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Synonyms: Mein Kampf
Japanese: わが闘争


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 4
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 1, 2008
Theme: Historical Historical
Serialization: None
Authors: Hitler, Adolf (Story), Variety Art Works (Art)


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Ranked: #111172
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Amidst chants of "Heil Hitler," Germany's most celebrated leader, Adolf Hitler, addresses the nation. Under Hitler's leadership, the country has undergone monumental development, overcoming the humiliation of its World War I loss and growing into a fearsome military superpower. As Hitler addresses the growth of his nation, he reaffirms the importance of the German nationalistic spirit and warns against the arising Jewish threat. As he finishes his speech, Hitler raises his right arm in a final salute amidst the thundering roar of the crowd, having full confidence that he and his country will make their mark on history.

Growing up in a small town in Austria, Hitler was introduced to German nationalism at a young age. His parents had opposing views on his early interest in art—harsh disapproval from his father and loving support from his mother. As a result, he was unfazed by the death of his father, yet utterly devastated by the death of his mother. Eventually, he applied to a fine arts school in Vienna, and to his frustration, was rejected immediately. This forced him to live on the streets, where he was first exposed to antisemitism. Though skeptical at first, Hitler eventually adopts this ideology, soon transforming into a charismatic leader—and an influential one who would shift the balance of power in the world and dramatically alter the course of history.

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May 7, 2014
SporadicToast (All reviews)
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 read more
Jun 30, 2017
susan00 (All reviews)
Just to clear the situation - nobody has done something like this before. And I'm not talking about Hitler and the WW2. I'm talking about the manga adaptation of his work "Mein Kampf".

Now since the Japanese did take the German's side in the World War 2, it is not strange that Hitler's person is been used in anime and manga (not often, but sometimes we can see it, like in Fullmetal Alchemist: The Conqueror of Shaballa or Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn). But the idea of making an adaptation of "Mein Kampf" is something rare, one of a kind even, I might say. And though read more
Apr 20, 2019
DenkiKang (All reviews)
Note: this review is based purely on the translation from mein kampf to manga kampf (haha I did a funny).

The way that Hitler's design evolves while in the NSDAP party is interesting as it shows him growing from a (not very) humble party member to a megalomaniac by contorting his expressions more and more as the chapters go on. The art style also manages to capture Hitler's grief and anger in an entertaining manner considering how unemotional the OG Mien Kampf is in some places.

One of the few problems I have is some sections being out of place as if to foreshadow what will happen read more
Nov 26, 2020
khkins21guns (All reviews)
Im sorry if there was a grammatical errors in my review but I'll talk about this manga anyway. All those reviews about this manga is overrated, and hey dont get me wrong though I wouldn't consider it as a 'bad read' but it's simply something that you just read and it won't leave anything meaningful to you. It only consists of 4 chapters and not to mention it only has around 100 pages.

Story : we know this was based on Hitler's Mein Kampf, the main reason why did I read this manga is because I'm curious about what is this manga all about and welp read more

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