I do not personally know Miss Ulla Claudius from Hamburg. Sophie Scholl told me that the previous year, they had gotten together with Miss Claudius quite often. Continue reading
To the best of my knowledge, the student Hans Scholl, single, occupied a rented room in my house for approximately 14 days at the end of May or beginning of June 1942. During this time he received few of the visitors who called on him, since in most cases his sister was with him. Scholl always deported himself well and there was no cause for complaint. Continue reading
The report cards that I am enclosing demonstrate this rather one-sided talent and inclination of the accused. Continue reading
Every once in a while, I would get a letter from Sophie. If a letter contained political sentences, I just took it as something unusual and did not worry about it. Continue reading
In the Summer Semester 1942 I attended the University of Freiburg.
After finishing my Labor Service, I continued our friendship only through correspondence until the beginning of the Winter Semester 1942/43 in Munich.
As a student in Jena, where she joined the NS League of Students, as well as in Freiburg, Schertling lived a very reserved, diligent, and sober life.