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Ulrike Meinhof Calls for a Move from Protest to Resistance (May 1968)

Kneeling before the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial (December 7, 1970)

A Western Observer on East German Passive Resistance (1982)

Socialists on Trial for Treason (1872)

A Comrade’s “Safe-Conduct” Papers (February 14, 1885)

“We Don’t Give a Hoot about the Law!” A Social Democratic Pipe (1878)

Socialist “Revenge” (1888)

Himmler Orders the Arrest and Execution of Members of the Oppositional Czech Intelligentsia after the Attack on Heydrich (May 27, 1942)

Reinhard Heydrich’s Mercedes after Suffering Heavy Damage in the Ambush (May 27, 1942)

Anti-Fascist Imagery: “Hurrah, We’re out of Butter!” (December 19, 1935)

The Confessing Church: Excerpt from the Declaration of the Second Confessing Synod in Berlin-Dahlem (October 20, 1934)

Flyer Issued by the Confessing Church against National Socialist Church Policy (c. 1934)

Martin Niemöller with Confirmation Candidates, shortly before his Arrest (Spring 1937)

Excerpt from Bishop von Galen’s Sermon; Government Correspondence about Galen’s Sermon and the Charges against Him (August 1941)

Carl von Ossietzky as Prisoner in a Concentration Camp (c. 1935)

The Experience of Torture: Excerpts from Jean Améry, At the Mind’s Limits (Retrospective Account, 1966)

Excerpts from the Diary of Captain Wilm Hosenfeld (1942)

Pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer, “Who Can Resist Temptation?” (December 1942)

Siblings Hans and Sophie Scholl and Christoph Probst (left to right) of the Student Resistance Group “White Rose” (1942)

Anti-Fascist Imagery: “This is the Salvation They are Bringing Us!”. (June 29, 1938)

Two Anti-Nazi Stickers (1935/1942)

Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1939)

Raoul Wallenberg’s Rescue of Vera Koppel (1944)

Pastor André Trocmé and His Wife Magda Trocmé (n.d.)

Josephine Herbst, The German Underground War (January 8, 1936)