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This guide archives the exhibits and displays which Lehman Library has provided to the campus in recent years.

die Weiße Rose

Promotinoal Poster - die Wisse Rose


Special thanks to Dr. David W. Wildermuth and Petra Rueter, Modern Languages Department, who made this traveling exhibit “White Rose: The student resistance against Hitler, Munich 1942/43”  available for all of us at Shippensburg University.

The posters picturing the individuals of the White Rose, their path to resistance, actions and persecution by the Nazi regime are available to view from September 2 - October 2, 2014 in Lehman Library, main gallery. 

Special Lecture

Dr. David Wildermuth will deliver a special lecture on "Die Weisse Rose" movement.

  • Date: Tuesday September 9th, 2014 

  • Time: 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

  • Place: Lehman Library room 106

The Story

Die Weisse Rose is a traveling exhibit displayed at Lehman Library Main Gallery from September 2 - October 2.

The exhibit consists of 47 posters displaying text and images from die Weiße Rose, a student group in Munich, Germany, during the Third Reich that opposed National Socialism. 

They tell the story of this group and its demise after being apprehended by the Gestapo, or secret state police, in 1943.

Further information can be found under:

The display

Exhibit poster - die Wisse Rose

Exhibit poster - die Wisse Rose

Exhibit poster - die Wisse Rose

Exhibit poster - die Wisse Rose