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11 August 1917 - 4 September 1998
The following obituary appeared in Newsday, 06 September 1998.

Inge Aicher-Scholl, 81, a champion of nonviolence whose siblings were murdered by the Nazis in 1943, died in Germany Friday of complications from cancer. A tireless teacher and spokeswoman against violence, Mrs. Aicher-Scholl wrote several books on an anti-Nazi student group in Munich known as the "White Rose," which was led by her siblings, Hans and Sophie Scholl. After the Nazis murdered the two, they also jailed Mrs. Aicher-Scholl, her parents and her other sister for several months. After the war, Mrs. Aicher-Scholl and some friends, including her future husband, designer Otl Aicher, founded a school in the city of Ulm for adult education and art. Mrs. Aicher-Scholl headed the school from 1946 to 1974. In the 1980s, she gained notoriety through her work in the peace movement, resisting the stationing of U.S. nuclear missiles in Germany. In 1985, she was arrested for taking part in a sit-in at the American Pershing II missile base at the southern town of Mutlangen.
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