I was furloughed to the school of the medical corps in Tübingen for six months. I passed my certification as medic there and was discharged in March 1939 to study [medicine].
Note: This does not make complete sense. Hans Scholl clearly started his six month course in Tubingen at the first of November 1938, which means he did not stay there an entire six months.
Source: Hans Scholl’s second interrogation, February 18, 1943
Her teachers later told us that she was always very fearful when doing class work and exhibited serious inhibitions. Continue reading
I was in Weimar for two years (sic). But since I was not doing very well in school and particularly had a lot of trouble with natural sciences, I did not know if I would be able to take the Abitur. Continue reading
In the time following that, it became apparent that the accused took any difficult life events very hard, such as schoolwork and tests, etc. She would become very depressed beforehand, extraordinarily excited, and convulsive. Continue reading
Gisela Schertling lived in Weimar, Harth Str. 30, from April 20, 1938 to March 20, 1939. Continue reading
In March 19
41 39, I was discharged as a noncommissioned officer, because I had announced my intentions to become a doctor.
Date of March 15, 1939is estimate.
Source: Alexander Schmorell’s initial interrogation.
When I was 17 years old, I joined the organization “Faith and Beauty” [Glaube und Schönheit]. I took part in the corresponding events.
Source: April 1, 1943 interrogation of Gisela Schertling