A 1942 photograph of, from left, Hans Scholl, Sophie Scholl and Christoph Probst.
Hans Scholl (born 22 September 1918; died 22 February 1943)
Sophie Scholl (born 9 May 1921; died 22 February 1943)
Christoph Probst (born 6 November 1919; died 22 February 1943)
Hans Scholl and Christoph Probst were medical students in Munich during their membership in The White Rose. Sophie Scholl was a university student in Munich studying biology and philosophy during her membership in The White Rose.
In the photograph, Hans Scholl wears a military uniform because he had been involuntarily assigned to the German Army Medical Corps in 1942.
Hans and Sophie Scholl were observed dropping leaflets at the University Of Munich on 18 February 1943. They and Probst (and others) were arrested the same day.
All three were tried for treason four days after their arrests. They were tried on the morning of 22 February 1943 and immediately found guilty—and guillotined that same afternoon.