I will now give details regarding how our conversation with Prof. Huber of the University of Munich came about. I met Prof. Huber about 1 year ago in Scholl’s residence. I must correct that. It is possible that the first meeting took place on the street. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: February 1942
Manfred Eickemeyer receives driver’s license
11b) Permission to drive a motor vehicle – motorcycle – was granted by the municipal government official of Cracow on February 28, 1942. Number F 1842 for Class III.
Source: Initial interrogation of Manfred Eickemeyer, April 6, 1943
Death of Katharina Schüddekopf’s father
My father, who was employed as a corporate engineer with the Grupp (sic, should be Krupp) Corporation in Magdeburg, died of a middle ear infection in Magdeburg in 1942.
My 52-year-old mother gets her income from his pension. I receive my living and study expenses from my mother’s slightly higher pension (increased due to my studies). Continue reading
Friedrich Schüddekopf’s death
[Mr.] Schüddekopf died in Magdeburg on February 27, 1942.
“Fundamental Command” leaflet
When I am accused of having any sort of connection to the producers and distributors of the leaflet “Fundamental Command” dated January 11, 1940, published by “The Führer’s Proxy On A Secret Mission in Obersalzberg on February 24, 1942”, I have the following explanation to give: I do not know anything about this matter, nor have I ever heard of it. I cannot think who may possibly be behind it. Continue reading
Alexander Schmorell on Carl Muth
Hans Scholl has known Prof. Muth for many years. I myself met Prof. Muth about a year ago in Solln through Hans Scholl. Prof. Muth occupies himself with religious literature. I do not know anything about his other attitudes toward National Socialism. Continue reading