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This is a compact, but detailed exhibition and provides enough for at least a good hour of your time. As it is quite central and right above an underground stop, it is not a burden to make a part of your day and is well...More
I am a great admirer of the White Rose members and movement and for me, this was a must-see. I was so moved to be there. There is a small museum that is extremely well done, it really tells the story and puts things in...More
Simple and touching - if you are not aware you dont realize what it is.
It make us think on what is really important and how what could be a simple gestoure was so important.
A must go in Munich that would make you beleive...More
Sophie Scholl is a hero of mine. She should inspire any young person, especially young women, to stand up for what they believe is right. Her story, along with the rest of the White Rose movement, is tragic and inspiring in equal measure. The museum...More
This is a wonderful exhibit which describes the bravery of a group of your university students who wrote and distributed pamphlets that spoke out against the war, Hitler and the Nazi party. They were persecuted and eventually executed for their beliefs.
There is an amazing...More
The white rose resistance movement at Munich University is still remembered in this place. A small exhibition shows the pamphlets these students have written and distributed and also documents their trial and death.
Only because I had been on a guided walking tour in Munich in 2010 that I had learnt about the White Rose Monument, although I was familiar with the history behind the monument. The large black granite monument could be easily missed as you walked...More
Following our "Hitler and the Third Reich" tour in Munich, we walked over to the university to see the monument to the White Rose. This was a student movement in Munich taking the symbolic white rose of peace as its emblem that openly opposed the...More
At the entrance to the university is a memorial to students in the White Rose movement who opposed the Nazis by circulating leaflets advocating forms of passive resistance in an attempt to stop the war. They were found out on their sixth leaflet when they...More