1 copy being processed for GDL Central Library Children's Non-fiction.
104 pages : illustrations ; 25 x 25 cm
"Russell Freedman tells the story of Austrian-born Hans Scholl and his sister Sophie. They belonged to Hitler Youth as young children, but began to doubt the Nazi regime. As older students, the Scholls and a few friends formed the White Rose, a campaign of active resistance to Hitler and the Nazis. Risking imprisonment or even execution, the White Rose members distributed leaflets urging Germans to defy the Nazi government. Their belief that freedom was worth dying for will inspire young readers to stand up for what they believe in. Archival photographs and prints, source notes, bibliography, index. "-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 93-95) and index.
Embraced by the Hitler Youth -- Rumblings of doubt -- Half soldier, half student -- Leaflets of the White Rose -- "We are your bad conscience" -- "Down with Hitler!" -- Arrested -- "Long live freedom!" -- A voice from within.