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May 12, 1990
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The story is centered around a young German officer by the name of Wighard Lange that served as a sniper all the way from Poland to the outskirts of Leningrad. After suffering a grievous wound he returns home and is sent to do staff work at SS Main Administrative Office which is famous for rampant corruption, close relationship with Ahnenerbe Institute and supervising death camps.
But how much did the Ost Front change Wighard? Did it change him at all or did it actually unearth something that Wighard has been suppressing and hiding for a very long time? Is he driven by patriotism, by his faith in the National Socialist ideas, and brainwashing or does he have his own agenda? His own goals that he conceals from his superiors with all the cunning he can muster?
P.S. The fact that it is a free interpretation of historical events doesn’t mean that this graphic novel is akin to “Comrade Führer”, a book infamous in certain circles. The authors are far from being solemn bearded historians, but they do try. They even glue fake moustaches to their faces. But they in no way claim that their story is real or true.
a story we're writing with my friend
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