Sophie Scholl, when obedience is not a virtue

Article published on Nov. 5, 2008
Article published on Nov. 5, 2008
Recently, on November 4, was celebrated in Italy, the anniversary of the victory on the Austro-Hungarian Empire in Vittorio Veneto, which marked the end of World War I on the Italian front. We remember the event suggesting the don Milani's 'Letter to military chaplains '.
He reads the war in Italy and Europe through the lens of the idea of 'conscientious objector'

The drawing shows, Sophie Scholl . The young student, his brother and other members of the White Rose were executed by guillotine because of the civil disobedience to Nazism.

Portrait: Gianluca Costantini