In 1942 a group of German university students, with the support of their philosophy professor, created and distributed leaflets calling for fellow students and citizens to rise up against Hitler’s tyranny. Putting their lives on the line, they denounced the crimes against humanity committed by his dictatorship. They were apprehended and tried in the Nazi [...]
A photo exhibition chronicling the brief yet intense bloom of the Weisse Rose (White Rose) resistance movement against the Nazi regime is currently on tour across the US – courtesy of the Weisse-Rose-Stiftung in Munich.
The Weisse Rose (White Rose) was formed in 1942 by a group of students and supported by philosophy professor Kurt Huber [...]