Wilhelm Geyer’s early opposition to Hitler

Geyer liked to talk politics. I could tell that he was against National Socialism. Among other things, he told me that he deserted or rather allegedly had been declared a deserter at the end of the world war [WWI].

Already before 1933, he had [publicly] opposed a National Socialist speaker at an assembly, where he had pushed his way through.


Source: April 2, 1943 interrogation of Gisela Schertling

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