La Part de l'autre

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rinerl
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La Part de l'autre

Post by rinerl » 06 Jun 2021 11:40

Good afternoon. Has anyone read La Part de l'autre? A fascinating alternate history about AH. The narrative begins in 1908, a watershed moment that divides the path of the future Führer, whom we all know, and the young artist accepted into the coveted Vienna Academy of Fine Arts. I'm intrigued by the plot, although I'm not at all sure why there's a «real» Herr Böse in an alternate history. The parallels or something? Is it worth the attention? I hope for an answer.

Regards Rinerl

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