The White Rose installation is designed to foster and encourage discussion and thought for your students or community.
Provoke discussions from various academic disciplines including political science, history, women's and religious studies
Make World War II history "live" through compelling and beautiful photography and narrative
Provide an important but often overlooked perspective on World War II history
It is available to American schools, universities, libraries and community centers.
The White Rose Foundation mission of maintaining the legacy of Munich's student resistance group includes reminding today's youth of the importance of fighting for human rights and personal freedoms.
The White Rose Traveling Exhibition is easy to set-up, affordable and complete with documentation in both English and German.
Forty-seven (47) Retractable Banners
Dimensions: 33.5 x 78.75”, no wall space or hanging required (use as you wish/can make columns and/or install banners to stand alone)
Cost: $65. Insurance fee plus estimated one way shipping from Boston, MA (450 lbs.)
Documentation: 92 Page Exhibition Catalogue (German/English)
“The White Rose Exhibition makes me wonder whether or not people would stand up for something they feel is right in our generation.”
age 16, York High School, York, PA
*Partial List of Panels
(47 in total; may be divided to split smaller spaces)
Photographs of main organizing members:
Panel #8 or 9, Willi Graf
Panel # 12, Kurt Huber
Panel #17 or 18, Christoph Probst
Panel #20 or 21, Alexander Schmorell
Panel #23 or 24, Hans Scholl
Panel #26 or 27, Sophie Scholl
Panel #31, Eugen Grimminger
Other panels include but are not limited to:
Panel #39, Iconic Photograph Hans and Christoph Leaving for Eastern Front (with Sophie)
Panel #40, Map of Leaflet Distribution to 16 German/Austrian Cities
Panel #42 Foyer of University (site of resistance and arrest) and Ancient Copying Machine
Panel #44 Judge Freisler and Indictment for Treason