From what I could tell from what Hans Scholl told me, he met Prof. Muth a couple of years ago. Since then, he has repeatedly been in Prof. Muth’s home to discuss scholarly matters with him. In addition, Scholl organized Prof. Muth’s library and was otherwise close to him. Continue reading
I have known Prof. Karl Muth, residing in Munich-Solln, Dittler Street 10, since the end of October 1941. My sister Inge Scholl recommended him to me. In a letter dated October 24, 1941, he asked me to catalog his private library. Continue reading
Immediately thereafter [following Reich Labor Service in Krauchenwies], I went to the War Auxiliary Service Camp in Blumberg-Baden, where I worked through the end of March 1942. I was assigned to a children’s daycare center of the National Socialist organization in Blumberg. Continue reading
The [female] student Katharina Schüddekopf was unregistered here [Magdeburg] on October 14, 1941 when she registered in Munich.
I was in Siegmaringen (Kapfenburg) for KHD, and after that in Reutlingen as a kindergarten teacher. Continue reading