Großansicht des Bildes mit der Bildunterschrift: A page from the book on Hitler’s fiery speeches to the German masses
How do you inform increasingly history-weary teenagers about the Holocaust? An institute in the Netherlands has come up with an unconventional way to deal with Germany’s dark past in the classroom — a comic book.

For the past two days, Thomas Heppener has been besieged by calls from journalists. Ever since the director of the Anne Frank Center in Berlin unveiled plans for a comic book on the Holocaust in German schools, media interest has been intense.

Germany’s mass-selling Bild tabloid on Thursday, Jan. 31, published excerpts from the book, under the headline “Hitler Comic for German schools.”