The Holocaust was a truly dark time in history, which is why it is essential to remember and learn from it. One way to educate ourselves is through graphic novels, which offer a unique perspective on this tragic period. These novels can help readers understand the events of the Holocaust in an engaging way. This article will discuss different examples of interesting and insightful graphic novels about this dark time in history. Through these books, we can gain a deeper knowledge of the impact of the Holocaust on Jewish people and society as a whole.
The Faithful Spy, by John Hendrix
The Faithful Spy tells the story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German Lutheran pastor who played a significant role in the resistance against Hitler. John Hendrix’s book illustrates Bonhoeffer’s life and his role in the resistance, from his youth to his eventual execution.
Bonhoeffer’s story is one of faith, courage, and sacrifice, and the graphic novel does an excellent job of bringing it to life. The book includes a timeline of this pastor’s life, as well as further reading suggestions for those interested in learning more.