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  White Rose Exhibit  
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The White Rose is the name of the student resistance group against Hitler in Munich in 1942-1943 that distributed pamphlets against the Nazis and called for an immediate end to the war. Its core members were arrested, put on trial, sentenced, and executed. The traveling exhibit, presented by the White Rose Foundation e.V. of Munich, Germany, features 47 text and images panels that describe the genesis of the White Rose, its resistance actions, its connections to other resistance groups, and its destruction by the Nazi judiciary.
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Location: Newman Library, 4th Floor Commons
Price: Free and open to the public
Sponsor: ASPECT, CLAHS, CPSVP, HIST, MCLL, PSCI, RLCL, and WGS
Contact: Esther Bauer
E-Mail: bauere@vt.edu
   
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