Fritz Salo Glaser was due to be among the last Jews deported out of Dresden on Feb. 16, 1945. Three days before, Allied fire bombs reduced the city to rubble and saved Glaser from Theresienstadt concentration camp.
In their neatest handwriting, hundreds of children wrote to Adolf Hitler congratulating him on his 43rd birthday in 1932. One letter is on Mickey Mouse writing paper; others enclose photos of their diminutive authors posing in “Heil Hitler” salutes or waving swastikas.
Adolf Hitler wakes up on an empty plot of land in Berlin, his uniform reeking of gasoline. The year is 2011. He wonders where Eva has got to and why his orders to obliterate the entire city have been patently disobeyed.