The White Rose (German: die Weiße Rose) was a non-violent, intellectual resistance group in Nazi Germany, consisting of students from the University of Munich and their philosophy professor. The group became known for an anonymous leaflet and graffiti campaign, lasting from June 1942 until February 1943, that called for active opposition to dictator Adolf Hitler's regime.
In 1942 Hans Scholl, a medical student at the University of Munich, his sister Sophie, Christoph Probst, Willi Graf, and Alexander Schmorell founded the “White Rose” movement, one of the few German groups that spoke out against Nazi genocidal policies.
Reck's diary describes the inspiring story of a group of young Germans who dared speak out against the horrors in the East. They called themselves The White ...
The White Rose movement opposed Hitler, Nazi rule and World War Two.
That's Sophie standing above the crowd.
Video for National History Day (www.nhd.org).
A dramatization of the final days of Sophie Scholl, one of the most famous members of the German World War II anti-Nazi resistance movement, The White Rose.
This is the story of The White Rose. ... Hans Scholl (left), Sophie Scholl and Christoph Probst, leaders of the White Rose resistance organization.
Little bit of insight as to what the White Rose resistance movement in Germany during World War II was, and who it consisted of. The pictures are of all the actual ...