Last night, I wrote about Sophie Scholl and the resistance movement The White Rose (you can read it here). Today, it was 80 years ago that she, her brother Hans, and their friend, Christoph Probst, were executed by her fascist fellow countrymen in Nazi Germany for distributing pamphlets.
"Somebody, after all, had to …
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