" The White Rose" ( Inge Scholl ) Essay by The Research Group

" The White Rose" ( Inge Scholl )
Critical review of story of underground anti-Nazi group, its origins, founders & activities.
# 20529 | 1,350 words | 3 sources | 1993 | US
Published on Feb 24, 2003 in History (European - World Wars) , Literature (European (other))


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"The White Rose is the story of a young brother and sister, Hans and Sophie Scholl, who were leaders of a little known resistance group in Hitler's Germany. This resistance group, the White Rose, was formed at the University of Munich by a handful of military conscripts on leave to study medicine. Also included was Kurt Huber, a professor of Philosophy, and Sophie, upon her arrival to study biology and philosophy. In May 1942, the group began to distribute leaflets that spoke against Hitler and National Socialism.

Through their leaflets the group hoped to kindle a spark of resistance in the heart of honest German people. The isolated individuals who had stood against Hitler needed to be aware that others stood with them and that this knowledge would give them strength to continue. It was also hoped that others would be.."

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