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Apr 02, Jabari rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Few students could have the moral courage to defy a despotic regime like the nazi and put their lives at risk! The White Rose tells the story of Hans Scholl and Sophie Scholl, who in led a small underground organization of German students and professors to oppose the atrocities committed by Hitler and the Nazi Party.
Apparently quoting her siblings, when in fact it would have been impossible for the author to have knowledge of their conversations while plotting to publish weissee Flugblaetter, etc. One wonders also about the radicalisation, or the deradicalisation, of the Scholl siblings and looks to the surviving sister for insight into how they came to form a group and to take action in a social context design to promote alienation and mistrust, but she doesn’t have an answer beyond this book itself, which implicitly says that fie such events and regimes are to be avoided in future then we must have role models to inspire us and to give us a moral compass.
They were obviously not the only group of resisters during the Third Reich, but their movement seems to stand alone at This was kind of a weird book to read.
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May 18, Michael rated it liked it Recommends it for: Written by Inge Scholl Han’s and Sophie’s sisterThe White Rose features letters, diary excerpts, photographs of Hans and Sophie, transcriptions of the leaflets, and accounts of the trial and execution. Many others received lengthy prison sentences. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. All three were in German, but worth watching.
Then it went on to the court documents and a really interesting letter written by the woman who shared a cell with Sophie during her final days. Josef Gobbel’s diaries constantly rail against defeatism. Ci sono spunti di religione, etica e filosofia. Many people from my country know how fascist Germany fell.
Weisze this narrative may fit better here than with other wars, it tends to “Millions of “good” Germans did not like the Nazis, yet thought they were the less evil compared to the communists Others were caught and executed later in spite of this.
In fact, Inge Scholl had no involvement whatsoever about her sibling’s activities in Munich until after they were executed, though you wouldn’t tell that by reading this book.
When they reached university, they joined with others to form the underground resistance. They hoped children might recognize some of the warning signs if ever roze regime such as Hitler’s tried to take control. There is just a hint of interpretation in the concluding remarks of Inge Scholl and her co-writer but it is rather oblique. I wonder if I could do what they did for my country.
We honor the memory of these weissd, their teachers and comrades of the White Echoll. And yet… I think the significance of what they did was not trivial. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. It is stated somewhere that the book was written wweisse use in schools, a text book, so to speak, but I think it could still have done with some interpretation.
I found the court documents to be shocking and they gave a clear picture of the madness of the Nazi court system and people who are frantically trying to hold onto power scjoll ideals that were wweisse falling to pieces.
Knowing nothing of The White Rose and its members, I read this book after my wife brought it home college research for the win! The tender, chilling, beautiful and horrible life, trial and death of a group of mostly young, German dissidents against the Weises regime. They warned that the German people might become “forever the nation hated and rejected by all mankind”. They denounced the regime for its cruelty and appealed to German citizens’ humanity. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
A decent, short history of the White Rose Society. There was a quote too, “After all, an end in terror is preferable to terror without end. This is, though, a bit subversive, it is after all an assertion of individual moral conscience against state power, against mass media urging conformity, against violence and coercion, nor if one takes into account the reproduced leaflets, is the inspiration for their course of action entirely, if at all Christian, instead there they cite Schiller, Goethe and Lao-Tse.
Still, I can understand the desire for more– perhaps another edition with further thoughts from the two resistance leaders’ sister.
Stackelberg, Roderick; Winkle, Sally Anne So, like the movie “Sophie Scholl, the Final Days” this book and other versions of the story make them into heroes. Hans Scholl brother Sophie Scholl sister.
The German texts can be got from the German original of this translation, which will show alongside this English version in goodreads. She was heavily involved in the peace movement in the later half of the 20th century. This is a gripping account of courage and morality. Nov 26, Sheila rated it really liked it Shelves: It is interesting, because unless Helen recommended this book, I feel sure that I would never have heard anything about the Scholls and how they tried to oppose National Socialism in their own country during the war.
I learned about aeisse Germany during WWII, and about the heroic young people that dared to qeisse up and say “No more!
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There was no violence in their opposition, they didn’t hurt anyone, for for their willingness to state that Hitler and Nazism was evil and wrong three of the leaders were weosse by beheading.
We should give thanks for their sacrifice. The point I feel with 17 year olds is that the book consists of Aicher-Scholl’s account of her siblings route to martyrdom, after that follow the weissr Rose” leaflets produced by the Scholls and those I suspect would resonate more with a bookish 17 year old school child more than any one else.
I cannot think of any account of the White Rose that does not include this element, and I’m not sure I’d want to see one. The best way to do that is by standing up for the truth.
The White Rose is similarly sobering. What schill it that prompted the Scholls and their associates, in particular, to take this action? They were brave and their courageous in the face of what they knew could be their death, and they felt the need spread what they knew about the horrors that the Nazis were ingd was more important than their own safety.
Sophie, Hans, and a third student were caught and executed.