Ziel der Weiße Rose Stiftung e.V. ist es, im In- und Ausland die Erinnerung an den Widerstand der Weißen Rose wach zu halten sowie Toleranz und demokratisches Bewusstsein zu stärken.
Weiße Rose Stiftung e.V.

Copyright Images

The images used in the exhibition and catalogue are copyrighted. Copyright owners as known to us are listed below. Any further indications will be appreciated.

-August 2019-

  • Portrait Willi Graf: Bayerisches Hauptstaatsarchiv (Bavarian State Archive)
  • Portrait Prof. Kurt Huber: Prof. Huber family
  • Portrait Hans and Sophie Scholl: Manuel Aicher
  • Portrait Christoph Probst with Micha: Probst family / Weiße Rose Institut e.V.
  • Portrait Alexander Schmorell: Schmorell family
  • Portrait Hans Leipelt: Angela Bottin
  • Portrait Franz Müller: Jula and David Müller
  • Portrait Heiner Guter:  Claudija Guter
  • Portrait Hans und Susanne Hirzel: Astrid Hirzel
  • Eugen Grimminger with his wife, 1934: Stadtarchiv Crailsheim / Grimminger Stiftung (Crailsheim city archive / Grimminger foundation)
  • Portrait Helmut Bollinger: Elisabeth Bollinger
  • Portrait Willi Bollinger: Elisabeth Bollinger
  • Portrait Helmut Bauer: unknown
  • Portrait Falk Harnack:  Gedenkstätte Deutscher Widerstand (German Resistance Memorial Center)
  • Arvid and Mildred Harnack: Gedenkstätte Deutscher Widerstand (German Resistance Memorial Center)
  • Portrait Ruth Andreas-Friedrich: Bettina and Catherina Hess
  • Portrait Karin Friedrich: Bettina and Catherina Hess
  • Portrait Leo Borchard: Bettina and Catherina Hess
  • Portrait Walter Seitz: Bettina and Catherina Hess
  • dj.1.11 on a trip: unknown
  • “Jungvolk” (junior section of the Hitler Youth) marches past NS leaders: unknown
  • A soldier’s grave in Russia, on the right Hans Scholl: unknown
  • Memorial march of the “old fighters” to the Feldherrnhalle: unknown
  • Antisemitic inscription at the entrance to the library of the Deutsches Museum, Munich, 1935: “The library is open daily from 12 a.m. to 8 p.m. Access for Jews is forbidden”: SZ-Photo
  • Book-burning on May 10, 1933, 11:30 p.m.: Hoffmann foto archive G.55, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Bavarian State library)
  • prison cell Munich-Stadelheim: unknown
  • „Freiheit“ – “freedom” inscription by Sophie Scholl on the reverse of her indictment: IfZ, ED 474 Bd.179
  • Before leaving for the Eastern front, Munich, July 23, 1942: from left: Hubert Furtwängler, Hans Scholl, Raimund Samüller, Sophie Scholl and Alexander Schmorell: akg-images / George (Jürgen) Wittenstein