We are delighted to announce that there will be a display on the White Rose resistance leaflets at the Bodleian from May to July 2019.
An article about the Oxford White Rose Project appeared today in Die Tagespost, a Catholic weekly newspaper in Germany. Alex Lloyd introduces the project and
Recently, the White Rose Project featured in the second issue of the Oxford Polyglot – the University of Oxford’s Modern Languages Faculty e-newsletter. This is
A full exhibition catalogue will be published in print and online, alongside a new translation of the White Rose leaflets, in an edition of the
On Friday 12 October around fifty students, academics, teachers, and members of the public gathered at the Taylor Institution Library for the launch of the White
In July 2018 we issued a call for translators, inviting students at the University of Oxford to apply for a place on the White Rose
What motivated the members of the White Rose to resist? What influenced them to reject Nazism? Hans and Sophie Scholl had been enthusiastic members of
In February 1943, three students at the University of Munich were executed. They were members of a clandestine group called the White Rose: students Hans