Language: German / German
The six leaflets of the White Rose are probably the most compelling documents of the resistance to Nazi rule in Germany. Written and distributed in 1942 and 1943 by a group of members of the University of Munich, they address the crimes of the regime and call for resistance.
The six members of the White Rose – the students Hans and Sophie Scholl, Christoph Probst, Willi Graf, Alexander Schmorell and the university professor Kurt Huber – were executed in 1943. (Summary of Availle)
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Total running time: 0:44:25 – Read in German by Availle.
. 1 Leaflet – 8:05 min [download all sections]
2. Leaflet – 9:01 min
3rd leaflet – 9:18 min
4th leaflet – 8:03 min
5th leaflet – 4:21 min
6. Pamphlet – 5:37 min
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Catalogued 19. June 2015