This is the story of the White Rose, the resistance group established by brother and sister, Hans and Sophie Scholl of Forchtenberg when they were students at the University of Munich. Their lives become entangled in the changing politics of Germany from the years of the Republic through the rise of the Nazis and war. The reader is taken into the workings of the Hitler Youth and how it molded the minds of a generation, and the impact of protest on the Scholl family.
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About the Author
Alex Gabbard is an atomic scientist at a national laboratory, and an international award winning writer, photographer and poet with three decades of books, magazines, and newspaper features on a broad range of topics. Two of his highly popular books received "Book of the Year" honors in their field. His work spans fiction, non-fiction, poetry, art and photography widely published in newspapers, periodicals, and books. This volume of historical fiction is another of his broad interests and travels, seafaring and American history.