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by Hedwig Pachter,Hermann Vinke
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  • Author:
    Hedwig Pachter,Hermann Vinke
  • ISBN:
    0060263024
  • ISBN13:
    978-0060263027
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  • Publisher:
    Harper & Row (1984), 1st American edition(1984); First US Edition edition (1984)
  • Pages:
    216 pages
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    1479 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.7
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Hedwig Pachter (translator). Teaching Sophie Scholl and her group of Munich I have been teaching Sophie Scholl's short life in school again. Amazing book about Sophie Scholl and the White Rose, a German resistance group in Nazi Germany

Hedwig Pachter (translator). It never stops hurting, and this year, it was particularly difficult, considering the fact that more than 21% of voters in my home country seem to be willing to elect an openly homophobic, racist, misogynist and white supremacist party with roots in fascism. Amazing book about Sophie Scholl and the White Rose, a German resistance group in Nazi Germany. I read this book as a child and was blown away by Sophie's courage and the strength of her convictions - a true hero in the face of adversity.

Who was Sophie Scholl before she has become an idol? That's what the book tries to answer using personal interviews with relatives, friends, those who knew her personally.

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Are you sure you want to remove The short life of Sophie Scholl from your list? . Translation of: Das kurze Leben der Sophie Scholl.

Are you sure you want to remove The short life of Sophie Scholl from your list? The short life of Sophie Scholl. 1st American ed. by Hermann Vinke. 94. 86/092/4, B, 92. Library of Congress.

Sophie Scholl, and I think that is Werner. A teenage Sophie Scholl. Photo from The Short Life of Sophie Scholl by Hermann Vinke. she later became a member of White Rose resistance group and was executed on February 1943. Discussions on the Holocaust and Century War Crimes.

The Short Life of Sophie Scholl. Hermann Vinke, translated by Hedvig Pachter. Behind the Covers: Interviews of Authors and Illustrators of Children’s Books. Littleton, CO: Libraries Unlimited. p. 212. ^ Griffith, S. C. (2013).

In Sophie Scholl: The Real Story of the Woman Who Defied Hitler. Stroud, UK: The History Press. Vinke, Hermann (1984). Translated by Hedwig Pachter. These are English translations of the six White Rose leaflets, in addition to a seventh leaflet that was never circulated, written by Christoph Probst). New York: Harper & Row. The White Rose: Not a Legend but a Challenge. 224 pp Format ISBN February 1997 Age. Softcover 1. x 18 cm 978-3-473-58011-8. EUR . 9 Young Adults. Hermann Vinke has written numerous books and received many awards, including the Deutschen (German Youth Literature Prize). com Florence Roux, e-mail: florence. de, or Lucia Borrero, e-mail: lucia. de, or Maike Heinemann, e-mail: Maike.

It has been sitting on my shelves WAY to long, but for some reason other books krept in front of this one. And I had a special destination for it, where I can leave it now next week, because I read it. About the book: very impressive

It has been sitting on my shelves WAY to long, but for some reason other books krept in front of this one. About the book: very impressive. A counterpart to Anne Frank's diary: letting me know (not that I dind't already know) there were good Germans too. Not all people were bad.

The Jane Addams Children's Book Award was originally awarded to one book per year without categories. A Picture Book category was added in 1993; the award is currently given to two books annually, one for older children and one for younger children. In 2003, the time of year the award is given changed from September, honoring Jane Addams' birthday, to April, honoring WILPF's birthday.

The biography of the twenty-one year-old German student who was put to death for her anti-Nazi activities with the underground group called the White Rose.

Cha
This girl, her friends, their courage versus an evil carried out by their own countrymen and neighbors, in the midst of an apocalyptic war (fiancee on eastern front, brother and friends in uniform, homes and cities being bombed and the worse yet to come) that her country was responsible for, just makes this whole story so incredibly compelling. A triumph in the midst of such sadness and loss. Makes us all wish we were 21 again and in such desperate times. What angst living in those times and conviction in her beliefs she must have felt to not take the Gestapo's offer to let Hans, her brother (already confessed), take the rap, and allow her to go home. "Enough people have died fighting for this regime. It's high time people died fighting against it." Wow.
Negal
A well-written, interesting review of Sophie Scholl's life, including not only the resistance activity but details of her personal life, thoughts. Who was Sophie Scholl before she has become an idol? That's what the book tries to answer using personal interviews with relatives, friends, those who knew her personally.
Akinonris
THE SHORT LIFE OF SOPHIE SCHOLL contains information essential to the survival of the human spirit. It is difficult to fathom how a very young woman could stand up to a whole wall of brutality and barely whince. How she could walk to her death at age 21 because she would not or could not compromise her sense of right. Sophie's belief in justice and compassion and humanity was stronger than all the military might raised to silence her. This book challenges us all to stand against injustice and brutality. There is perhaps no more important act we can achieve than to force ourselves to be as aware as Sophie was. Only then can prejudice and cruelty and injustice be stilled. This is a powerful work with an amazingly powerful message.
Swift Summer
This is an excellent book on a heroine of the Nazi era in Germany.