SYMHC Classics: The White Rose and Nazi Germany


German students Hans and Sophie Scholl, circa 1940. Both were members of the non-violent White Rose resistance group against the Nazis.   Photo by Authenticated News/Archive Photos/Getty Images
German students Hans and Sophie Scholl, circa 1940. Both were members of the non-violent White Rose resistance group against the Nazis. Photo by Authenticated News/Archive Photos/Getty Images

This week, we're revisiting an episode from previous hosts! During World War II, the Nazi totalitarian party did not tolerate dissent. Despite the risks involved, some Germans did attempt to resist Hitler's government. In this episode, Katie and Sarah explore the story of the White Rose, a secret resistance group.

If you'd like to visit the original episode, you can find it here: https://www.missedinhistory.com/podcasts/did-any-germans-resist-hitler.htm

Topics in this Podcast: SYMHC Classics