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Natural political enemies of Nazism. It's members were often persected and arrested
Disagreed with Nazi's abuse of Human rights and euthanasia policies. Nazis had also imprisoned many catholic priests
Most common type of opposition in Nazi Germany. Included telling anti-Hitler jokes and refusing to make 'Heil Hitler' salute
A church which rivaled Hitler's one. Set up by Protestant pastors, who were arrested for this
Agreement made between the Catholic Church and the Nazis to stay out of one another's business
Leader of Nazi Church
White Rose Group
A group who opposed the Nazis peacefully by handing out leaflets and speaking out against murder of Jews
Groups of young people who took part in anti-Nazi activities. Such as listening to jazz and drinking alcohol
Groups of young people. Were responsible for anti-Nazi graffiti and beat up Nazi officials.
Female leader of the White Rose Group. Was beheaded in 1943
Leader of the White Rose Group. Was beheaded in 1943
Leader of the White Rose Group. Brother of Sophie Scholl and was beheaded in 1943
12 Edelweiss Pirates were hanged in Cologne for killing Gestapo Chief
Protestant pastor who formed the Confessional Church in opposition to Hitler's Reich Church, was arrested and sent to a concentration camp
Bishop of Munster
A Catholic bishop, led a successful campaign to end Nazi euthanasia of mentally-disabled people.
With Burning Concern
In 1937, The Pope's message that attacked Hitler as 'a mad prophet with repulsive arrogance' and was read in every Catholic church
A paramilitary wing of the Social Democratic Party,sabotaged railway lines and acted as spies.
Kreisau Circle (July Bomb Plot)
A group of army officers and intellectuals,tried to bomb Hitler. But Hitler survived and 5,000 were executed in retaliation
In 1938, Hitler removed many army leaders which created tension between him and the Army