Germans against Hitler: The Witness of the White Rose
- Sexual Morality in 1960s West Germany. Herzog, Dagmar // German History;Aug2005, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p371
This essay investigates the relationship between the sexual revolution of the 1960s in West Germany and the short- and long-term legacies of the Third Reich. It offers a challenge to conventional perspectives on the sexual politics of Nazism and thus also on the complicated combination of...
- A Preface: How Ethics Failed: Lessons for Public Health for all Time. McKee, Martin // Public Health Reviews (2107-6952);2012, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p1
The author comments on the article "How ethics failed - the role of psychiatrists and physicians in Nazi programs from exclusion to extermination, 1933-1945" by Jutta Lindert and colleagues, published in the periodical. He discusses the killing of handicapped children and adults on an industrial...
- BENES AND THE SOVIETS. T�borsky, Edward // Foreign Affairs;Jan1949, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p302
The article sheds light on the cold-blooded murder of Czechoslovak democracy last February by the ruthless agents of the Cominform. Czechoslovakia is a country, which had enjoyed real democracy from its birth in 1918 until the tragic events of Munich in 1938. Its people treasured political and...
- The young and the fearless. Forest, Jim // U.S. Catholic;Aug2012, Vol. 77 Issue 8, p47
The article features Saint Alexander Schmorell,a young man who died for nonviolent resistance to the Hitler regime. It outlines the life of Schmorell and his co-founded anti-Nazi group called White Rose. It cites how Schmorell and the White Rose members mimeographed and distributed leaflets to...
- GERMANY AND THE WHITE ROSE. M. Lewis, Hon. John // New Hampshire Bar Journal;Summer2012, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p56
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of a trip to Germany and Austria, where they come across art museums, palaces, and scintillating music, and also discusses the "White Rose" resistance movement against the Nazi regime held in Munich, Germany in 1942-1943.
- Felsefeden Siyasete: Heidegger'in Nazizmle Ä°liÅŸkisi. Can, İslam // Human & Society / Ä°nsan ve Toplum;2013, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p85
Martin Heidegger, undoubtedly is one of the most important and influential philosophers of the 20th century. He wrote Being and Time which is his masterpiece written in 1927 opened a new era in philosophy, thus this masterpiece has come up with the ontological and epistemological debates....
- COMING TO TERMS WITH ANTI-SEMITISM: JAN T. GROSS'S WRITINGS AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF CULTURAL TRAUMA IN POST-COMMUNIST POLAND. Törnquist-Plewa, Barbara // European Studies: A Journal of European Culture, History & Polit;Jan2012, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p125
Since 1989 the Polish have struggled with their history and memory. The most heated debates were provoked by two historical books, Neighbors (Sasiedzi 2000) and Fear (2006, Strach, Polish trans. 2008). The author of these books, Jan T. Gross, challenged the Poles' view of themselves as solely...
- A complex obedience. Lovin, Robin W. // Christian Century;4/26/95, Vol. 112 Issue 14, p446
Discusses Dietrich Bonhoeffer's book `Ethics.' Bonhoeffer's resistance to Nazism; Translation of the Apostles' declaration that `we must obey God rather than any human authority' into resistance to a modern totalitarian state; Complexity of moral choices; Restoration of morality.
- The German Resistance: Answered and Unanswered Questions. Deutsch, Harold C. // Central European History (Brill Academic Publishers);Dec81, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p322
Examines the issues of resistance against National Socialism in Germany. Assessment of fundamental motivations of opposition leaders on the resistance; Stature of Carl Goerdeler on the problem of Germany; Appeal of Dietrich Bonhoeffer on the morrow of Hitler' triumph in the West.