Rosa Winkel

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  • Rosa Winkel
  • Michel Dufranne
  • German
  • 01 September 2017
  • 3941787799

About the Author: Michel Dufranne

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Rosa WinkelRosa Winkel PDF ´ Paperback rosa pdf, winkel kindle, Rosa WinkelRosa Winkel eBookAndreas ist Anfang , Werbezeichner und homosexuell Ein diskreter, fr hlicher und romantischer junger Mann, der gerne mit seinen Freunden feiern geht Das Leben k nnte so sch n sein Doch Andreas lebt im Berlin der er Jahre, und die braune Pest verbreitet sich in rasendem Tempo Diese grandios illustrierte Graphic Novel erz hlt auf sehr einf hlsame und beeindruckende Weise vom lange tabuisierten Schicksal der Homosexuellen zur Nazizeit und noch lange danachAndreas wird von den Nazis wegen seiner sexuellen Neigung ins Gef ngnis und schlie lich ins KZ gesteckt Er berlebt das Lager, doch Befreiung und Nachkriegszeit bringen ihm kaum Erleichterung, denn die Nazigesetze zur Homosexualit t bleiben noch lange in Kraft Andreas wird erneut verhaftet und misshandelt Der einzige Ausweg aus diesem Leiden ist die Anpassung an die Normen einer bornierten Gesellschaft die Heirat mit einer lesbischen Freundin Gemeinsam ziehen sie deren Kind auf Als alter verbitterter Mann lebt Andreas in Paris Sein Urenkel besucht ihn wegen eines Schulprojekts zum Zweiten Weltkrieg, und ohne es zu wollen bewirkt er, dass die schrecklichen Erinnerungen wieder lebendig werden.

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10 thoughts on “Rosa Winkel

  1. Andre says:

    This was another example of a longer and longer line of oddly put together historical comics This is a story where I really ask myself whether anything like this ever happened.This started pretty funny in places, like when Angela told Andreas basically I want that pussy over there so you have to screw the Nazi who won t leave her alone However Andreas looks pretty worked out for someone who is a graphics designer And maybe there are a few too many yellow heads here However the reaction of This was another example of a longer and longer line of oddly put together historical comics This is a story where I really ask myself whether anything like this ever happened.This started pretty funny in places, like when Angela told Andreas basically I want that pussy over there so you have to screw the Nazi who won t leave her alone However Andreas looks pretty worked out for someone who is a graphics designer And maybe there are a few too many yellow heads here However the reaction of the passengers to the gay joke is refreshingly realistic, after all the crap from Marvel Comics.And while it was good for them to include the fight of Trollmann vs Witt in this comic, but the way Trollmann is drawn here with the big lips and the way too curly hair you would think he is an African This is weird, because he obviously did not look this way Plus, they left out that he did get the title due to the riot, for a few days, and he reacts differently here to how he reportedly actually reacted when the fight was suddenly told to be a draw.And apart from the fact that I wonder whether gays back then in the 1930s already referred to themselves as homosexuals and homos, I also noticed that this group here well, they all have extremely similar faces, as if the artist could not draw any others.And of course they only show the signs that speak of the racism and unworthiness of lives in Germany Not those that show the part of the propaganda that convinced Germans that they are defending themselves.Further I am not questioning that many men were tortured and intimidated, but was explicit language like this actually used Also that one guard, captain whatever, the guy told the inmates that he would make Muselm nner out of them But the comic says that this is KZ Sachsenhausen in 1937, was the term even in use for malnourished prisoners close to death at the time And Andreas is in the shoe test commando Weren t they established in 1940 This here plays in 1937 The dialogues were already odd at first, but this could be downright historical revisionism.Having it ending like that, with bitterness and the old Andreas alone in a dark room is braver than I would have expected from this book, though.This whole thing with Angela and her baby it was probably rape is much better handled when so many other things here The comic has this constant up and down when it comes to things like that

  2. carola says:

    3.5 5 stars

  3. Laura says:

    sollte Pflichtlekt re in der Schule werden

  4. amélie says:

    Il y a des communaut s que l on oublie trop souvent lorsqu on parle de camp de concentration extermination.J tais nerv e en finissant ce livre C est horrible et injuste Apr s, je trouve que l auteur a pris des d cisions sur la personnalit de ses personnages qui les rend vraiment d testables C est dommage a ne donne pas une tr s belle image des personnes qu il veut d fendre.

  5. Lior says:

    J ai pas t super emball mais je sais pas exactement pourquoi, peut tre cause de l angle choisi, le manque de contextualisation, une approche historique au final assez superficielle Dommage car le sujet est tr s int ressant

  6. Rebekka says:

    5 5 starsComment I almost cried

  7. L.L. says:

    Tak bardzo chcia em ten komiks przeczyta , e go sobie kupi em czy by o warto wyda 18 Raczej nie Tzn jest ok, ale jako nie porwa a mnie historia Momentami te ci ko mi by o rozpozna bohater w ja rozumiem, e kiedy rysunki s w jednej kolorystyce, to nie jest tak atwo ich przedstawi wsp czesno by a kolorowa, przesz o w sepii, fragment w obozie w szaro ciach, co by o samo w sobie fajne ale naprawd gdy mamy siedmiu facet w przy stole, to nie wystarcz dwa kolory w os w i t Tak bardzo chcia em ten komiks przeczyta , e go sobie kupi em czy by o warto wyda 18 Raczej nie Tzn jest ok, ale jako nie porwa a mnie historia Momentami te ci ko mi by o rozpozna bohater w ja rozumiem, e kiedy rysunki s w jednej kolorystyce, to nie jest tak atwo ich przedstawi wsp czesno by a kolorowa, przesz o w sepii, fragment w obozie w szaro ciach, co by o samo w sobie fajne ale naprawd gdy mamy siedmiu facet w przy stole, to nie wystarcz dwa kolory w os w i trzy kolory garnitur w eby ich odr ni przez ca histori nie mog em te spami ta ich imion baa, nawet zapomina em imienia g wnego bohatera, tak rzadko si pojawia o.Czyta si wiadomo szybko, bo to komiks Par razy musia em zajrze do s ownika no mo e nie musia em, bo kontekst rozumia em bez problemu, ale te kilka niezrozumia ych s w chcia em sobie przet umaczy Og lnie historia jest spojler smutna i bez happy endu, co sprawia e troch jak dla mnie nie ma punktu kulminacyjnego i to te sprawia, e mi czego brakuje Za to co jest na plus, to takie powolne wprowadzenie w temat komiks jako gatunek jest moim zdaniem bardziej jak film, a mniej jak ksi ka, wi c trudno czasem powoli kierowa akcj , ale tu nawet si to udaje i tak np widzimy powoli grup homoseksualnych koleg w kt rzy wpisuj si w tamte czasy, nawet si ciesz , e Hitler jest twardy i mo e przywr ci porz dek w pa stwie itp A kiedy po nast pnych kilku miesi cach jeden z nich zauwa a, e jak dyskryminuje si yd w, to mo e dojdzie i do dyskryminacji homoseksualist w, to reszta sk d e znowu, co to za pomys paragraf 175 jest przecie przestarza y i nikt ju si na niego nie powo uje A potem jest ju tylko gorzej.Jak tak sobie czytam, to cz sto my l ile mo na z historii si nauczy , tylko trzeba j przynajmniej pozna czytana 6.10.2019 4 5

  8. Marianne says:

    Un livre avec une couleur dans le titre Mais quel triste et enragente histoire, comme toutes celles que j ai lu sur les KZ, malgr que celle ci me touche particuli rement J ai beaucoup aim la pr sentation et les dessins du combat de boxe en pages 42 43 et celles de la bagarre qui s en est suivi en p 46 47.

  9. Hoskky says:

    A very hard read on an emotional level but a necessary one The fate of LGBs during and after the Nazi regime One of the last pages, Devoir de m moire et droit l oubli Duty of rememberance and right to oblivion , hit me particularily hard.

  10. Katharina Rolle says:

    3.5 stars, the first half was fantastic, the second half sadly felt a bit rushed