After that, I entered Reich Labor Service (RAD). I entered RAD with great idealism, with the feeling that I would put all my effort into everything [I did]. It could be no other way, since at my school the school director and all the teachers had dedicated themselves with the same idealism that my father exhibited as General Manager and my mother as director of her [NS Women’s League] cell. Continue reading
From questionnaire: Division number for Sophie Scholl’s Reich Labor Service = 13/122. … Continue reading
15) Reich Labor Service [Reichsarbeitsdienst, or RAD]: Where and when reviewed? Überlingen / Lake Constance 1941. Results: Fit for service. Member of the Labor Service from April 1941 to September 1941, and six weeks of KHD in Sigmaringen. … Continue reading
After that, I continued my studies at the University of Berlin for 3 semesters, in Vienna for 2 semesters, and then came to Munich in the summer semester of 1941.
Question: You are a [female] pupil [Note 1] of Prof. Huber. What have you learned about Prof. Huber’s political views? Continue reading
Question: With whom did you associate, or rather, which persons did you meet with?
Answer: I associate with many people in the Student Company. I was often visited by the students and members of the Student Company. Continue reading
In April 1941, I was drafted to the Student Company in Munich, which I currently belong to with the rank of Sergeant. Continue reading
11h) Other forms of identification? Membership ID for the German Reich Student Body [Note 1], No. 149572, issued by the University of Munich, summer semester 1941. Continue reading