The White Rose and the Swastika: Oxford Modern Playscripts

Paperback | February 22, 2007

byAdrian Flynn

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Based on the true story of a brother and sister and how their initial enthusiasm for Hitler and the Nazi regime turned to brave resistance. In Munich, Hans, Sophie and their friends form "The White Rose", producing leaflets which fiercely attack Hitler's Government. If the Gestapo find out who is responsible, they will undoubtedly be killed. As the leaflets appear far and wide, dissent begins to spread among students. The White Rosework tirelessly, determined to oppose Hitler at all costs - but where will it end?

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Based on the true story of a brother and sister and how their initial enthusiasm for Hitler and the Nazi regime turned to brave resistance. In Munich, Hans, Sophie and their friends form "The White Rose", producing leaflets which fiercely attack Hitler's Government. If the Gestapo find out who is responsible, they will undoubtedly be k...

Adrian Flynn has written numerous plays for the educational market inc. a collection of new plays for teaching GCSE Drama, Exchanges in collaboration with Joe Standerline.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 8.5 × 6.69 × 0.35 inPublished:February 22, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198321023

ISBN - 13:9780198321026

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