According to Fichte and Kant – the great drummers for the concept of duty among professors – such a “professor” is a blot on the face of German scholarship, and that blot rightfully has been purged a few days ago in connection with this trial: He was ignominiously stripped of his high office. … Continue reading
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Gisela seeks atonement for treason
When the unfortunate events occurred and Hans Scholl was arrested, I finally came to my senses for the first time. I then tried to get out of this atmosphere. I decided I no longer wanted to study [at the university], because I did not want to be around [male] students any longer. Continue reading
Leaflets of the White Rose. III.
“Salus publica suprema lex.” [Public welfare is the greatest law.] Continue reading