WW2: How did the German People Respond to Nazism?

WW2: How did the German People Respond to Nazism?

These lessons use the case study of The White Rose Movement as an example of how German people resisted Nazism. Following a consideration of the nature of democracy and dictatorship, learners piece together the story of Sophie and Hans Scholl using historical sources (photographs and campaign leaflets) and consider whether they are supporters or critics of Nazism. Learners are asked to consider whether the White Rose Movement could be considered as a success or failure and whether we should focus on individual heroes/heroines in movements for change.

 

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