During World War II, Germany's Nazi forces stormed across Europe, committing horrific crimes against Jewish people and others. In 1942, 21-year-old Sophie Scholl formed a student-led, anti-Nazi organization called the White Rose. Their goal: distribute informational pamphlets to draw public attention to Nazi crimes--and, ultimately, stop them. Scholl's activism and resistance eventually led to her capture and trial before the Nazi regime. In this full-color graphic novel, discover more about this daring woman who faced the enemies of World War II.