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Sophie Scholl And The White Rose (2011)

by Jud Newborn(Favorite Author)
4.14 of 5 Votes: 3
Oneworld Publications
review 1: This is a very compelling story, but to tell you the truth there is more in here about Hans Scholl than Sophie. That isn't a bad thing at all, as his story is just as captivating. He shouldn't be given short shrift.However, the story is pieced together with a lot of conjecture on behalf of the authors, as a lot of eyewitnesses did not live to tell their tales. Most of it is pretty self-explanatory, but those who like their history annotated and footnoted might find some lack of sources damning.
review 2: Talk about a handful of people making a difference! "Sophie Scholl and the White Rose" is the incredible true story of a group of five university students and their professor who resisted the Third Reich, by spreading leaflets and flyers in cities throughout
... more Nazi Germany calling for people to rise up and resist the Nazi Regime. "We will not be silent. We are your bad conscience!" was their powerful declaration of freedom. This book is so well written and their story so amazing - couldn't stop reading it and didn't want to finish it at the same time. less
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Couldn't you say that Scholl and the White Rose group were reviewing Hitler?
One of the greatest books about Nazi resistance I have ever read.
This is one of the books everybody should read
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