The “White Rose” Leaflet No. IV occupied itself with the progress of the war. It postulated that German successes had evoked consternation and pessimism among Hitler’s opponents in Germany, “therefore among the better part of the nation.” Continue reading
The first time I had contact with the Scholl circle was in Schmorell’s villa. Around the end of June 1942, Lafrenz invited me there for a community reading of the book The Satin Slipper. Continue reading
Leaflets of the White Rose I.
Nothing is more shameful to a civilized nation than to allow itself to be “governed” by an irresponsible clique of sovereigns who have given themselves over to dark urges – and that without resisting. Continue reading