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Alexander Schmorell: Saint of the German Resistance (edició 2017)

de Elena Perekrestov (Autor)

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"...Nothing is so unworthy of a civilized nation as allowing itself to be 'governed' without opposition by an irresponsible clique that has yielded to base instinct... So reads the first anti-Nazi tract issued in 1942 by a clandestine resistance organization in Germany called the White Rose. Their goal was to expose and hasten the demise of the Nazi regime that had seized control of their homeland and sought to dominate the whole of Europe with its explicitly anti-Christian ideology that rejected God and debased humankind. A key member of this German Resistance Group was Alexander Schmorell, a young man of Russian birth who had lived in Germany since his childhood. This biography eloquently recounts the journey of this energetic and talented student who whilst clearly loving life was willing to sacrifice it for the cause of true freedom. In doing so he testified to his Orthodox Christian faith that had taught him to love the beauty and liberty that the Nazis sought to destroy. In 1943 both Alexander and other leading members of the White Rose were executed by Hitler's regime. In 2012, the Russian Orthodox Church officially recognized him as a martyr and saint" --back cover.… (més)
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Títol:Alexander Schmorell: Saint of the German Resistance
Autors:Elena Perekrestov (Autor)
Informació:Holy Trinity Publications (2017), 232 pages
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  Steve_Walker | Sep 13, 2020 |
What an amazing, inspiring read. Profound and moving. The tragic story of young people standing up against opression and standing steadfast, true to their beliefs no matter the opposition or threat of death. It tells the story of the White Rose movement, but especially of Alxander Schmorrel. He truly is an inspiration.

I have ordered a copy for my own bookshelf.

Thank you Netgalley and the publishers for allowing me to read and review this book. ( )
  Emmie217 | Jun 27, 2018 |
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"...Nothing is so unworthy of a civilized nation as allowing itself to be 'governed' without opposition by an irresponsible clique that has yielded to base instinct... So reads the first anti-Nazi tract issued in 1942 by a clandestine resistance organization in Germany called the White Rose. Their goal was to expose and hasten the demise of the Nazi regime that had seized control of their homeland and sought to dominate the whole of Europe with its explicitly anti-Christian ideology that rejected God and debased humankind. A key member of this German Resistance Group was Alexander Schmorell, a young man of Russian birth who had lived in Germany since his childhood. This biography eloquently recounts the journey of this energetic and talented student who whilst clearly loving life was willing to sacrifice it for the cause of true freedom. In doing so he testified to his Orthodox Christian faith that had taught him to love the beauty and liberty that the Nazis sought to destroy. In 1943 both Alexander and other leading members of the White Rose were executed by Hitler's regime. In 2012, the Russian Orthodox Church officially recognized him as a martyr and saint" --back cover.

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