Tezuka's War-Themed Works Go on Display in Hyogo

The Osamu Tezuka Manga Museum in Hyogo is offering a new exhibition featuring the legendary mangaka's works about war. Tezuka lived through the World War II as a teen and according to a series of lectures, he was moved to a munitions factory in Osaka during wartime. The factory was hit by U.S. bombings in 1945, but Tezuka was able to escape unharmed.

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