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At the age of 21, Sophie Scholl was executed by the People’s Court in Germany on Feb. 22, 1943, during the Holocaust, for her involvement in The White Rose, an organization that was secretly writing pamphlets calling for the end of the war and strongly denouncing the inhuman acts of the Nazis. Sophie is shown here with her younger brother Werner.

At the age of 21, Sophie Scholl was executed by the People’s Court in Germany on Feb. 22, 1943, during the Holocaust, for her involvement in The White Rose, an organization that was secretly writing pamphlets calling for the end of the war and strongly denouncing the inhuman acts of the Nazis. Sophie is shown here with her younger brother Werner.

The incredible Nancy Wake.  She was a powerful WWII Nazi hunter and member of the French resistance.  At one point she was #1 most wanted and most-hated by the Nazis.  They called her "The White Mouse" because she always escaped them.  Read about her--she is fascinating!

The incredible Nancy Wake. She was a powerful WWII Nazi hunter and member of the French resistance. At one point she was #1 most wanted and most-hated by the Nazis. They called her "The White Mouse" because she always escaped them. Read about her--she is fascinating!

A 17 ans, Juliane Koepcke est la seule rescapée d'un crash d'avion. 30 ans plus tard elle témoigne de l'accident et des 11 jours qu'elle a passé seule dans la jungle dans un documentaire de Herzog. ---------------------------------------------------- At 17, Juliane Koepcke is the only survivor of a plane crash. 30 years later she explains the accident and 11 days she spent alone in the jungle in a documentary realised by Werner Herzog.

A 17 ans, Juliane Koepcke est la seule rescapée d'un crash d'avion. 30 ans plus tard elle témoigne de l'accident et des 11 jours qu'elle a passé seule dans la jungle dans un documentaire de Herzog. ---------------------------------------------------- At 17, Juliane Koepcke is the only survivor of a plane crash. 30 years later she explains the accident and 11 days she spent alone in the jungle in a documentary realised by Werner Herzog.

images of the white rose movement -The White Rose movement opposed Hitler, Nazi rule and World War Two. The White Rose movement is probably the most famous of the civilian resistance movements that developed within Nazi Germany but some of its members paid a terrible price for their stand against the system. Google Search

images of the white rose movement -The White Rose movement opposed Hitler, Nazi rule and World War Two. The White Rose movement is probably the most famous of the civilian resistance movements that developed within Nazi Germany but some of its members paid a terrible price for their stand against the system. Google Search

February 22, 1944.  Sophie Scholl is beheaded in Munich. The student resistance movement called the White Rose, active in Germany during the Third Reich. The image shows Hans Scholl (left), Sophie Scholl (center) and Christoph Probst (right), Munich, Germany, 1042.

February 22, 1944. Sophie Scholl is beheaded in Munich. The student resistance movement called the White Rose, active in Germany during the Third Reich. The image shows Hans Scholl (left), Sophie Scholl (center) and Christoph Probst (right), Munich, Germany, 1042.

Anita Jo Intenzo-Haunted Author: SOPHIE SCHOLL AND THE WHITE ROSE

Anita Jo Intenzo-Haunted Author: SOPHIE SCHOLL AND THE WHITE ROSE

Oseola McCarty a cleaning lady who from working all her life accumulated great savings, donated to the  University of Southern Mississippi $150,000 for a student scholarship program.

Oseola McCarty a cleaning lady who from working all her life accumulated great savings, donated to the University of Southern Mississippi $150,000 for a student scholarship program.

Sara Fortis, a Greek jewish partisan posing with fellow Greek partisans from her unit. Sara formed a band of female "andartes" that became indispensable to the male fighters, transforming young village girls into women warriors.

Sara Fortis, a Greek jewish partisan posing with fellow Greek partisans from her unit. Sara formed a band of female "andartes" that became indispensable to the male fighters, transforming young village girls into women warriors.

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