Courageous Students Who Gave their Lives in Germany 75 years Ago This Week

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In the summer of 1942, the group known as the “White Rose” stood up to the Nazi regime and worked to expose the atrocities of Hitler. These were students who distributed leaflets informing of the lies being told to the German people by the regime. Hans Scholl and his sister Sophie grew up near Munich and were the founders of the group. Tragically, the students were arrested and executed. They died trying to educate others about the truth of what was happening.  We honor their important contribution on this anniversary.

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Remembering the White Rose

By Richard Hurowitz, New York Times, Op-Ed, February 22, 2018.

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