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Sophie Scholl & The White Rose

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Transcript of Sophie Scholl & The White Rose

Sophie Scholl & The White Rose
Sentencing
In the Name of the German People:
Hans Fritz Scholl, age 24, Sophia Magdalena Scholl, age 21, and Christoph Herman Probst, age 23, were senteced to death for the following:
distributing leaflets that sabotage war efforts
overthrow the National Socialist way of life
present defeatist ideas
defame the Fuhrer
giving aid to the enemy of the Reich
weakening the armed security of the nation.
Overview
Introduction Video
Thesis Statement
Facts
Leaflets
Sentencing
Justice?
Conclusion
The White Rose
The White Rose Resistance was made up students attending Munich University.
A total of 6 leaflets were produced.
The 7th leaflet was never finished and never distributed.
Hans Scholl, Sophie Scholl, and Christoph Probst were the first, but not the last to be executed for such leaflets.
Later 26 others were indicted.
Conclusion
Sophie and Hans Scholl along with many others were wrongly sentenced. Their actions, although, were not in vain and their leaflets are still remembered all over the world.
Es lebe die Freihet.
Long Live Freedom.
Sophie Scholl: The Final Days
Justice?
Was the death sentence necessary?
Did the leaflets hinder Germany's progress?
Freedom of the Press and Freedom of Speech.
Why were officials so threatened by leaflets?
Sources:
Dumbach, Annette E., and Jud Newborn.
Sophie Scholl and the White Rose
. Oxford: Oneworld Pub., 2006. 204-27. Print.
McDonough, Frank. "Appendix 1& 2."
Sophie Scholl: The Real Story of the Woman Who Defied Hitler
. Stroud, Gloucestershire: History, 2009. 187-206. Print.
Sophie Scholl: The Final Days
. Dir. Marc Rothemund. Prod. Marc Rothemund, Christoph Müller, Sven Burgemeister, and Fred Breinersdorfer. By Fred Breinersdorfer. Perf. Julia Jentsch, Alexander Held, Fabian Hinrichs, and Johanna Gastdorf. X Verleih, 2005. Amazon Instant Video.
Thesis Statement
While the Reich Attorney General and the People’s Court believed they were executing Sophie and Hans Scholl, along with Christoph Probst, for unlawful acts, they were actually indicting the three for acts that fought for freedom of speech and freedom of press of the German people.
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