When I met Scholl in the Spring of 1942 in Munich, I had already established my actual residence in Cracow. Therefore I was in Munich only on business. I now recall that I was briefly in Munich in June 1942, and that I returned for the first time in October to spend 10 – 12 days here. Continue reading
In the spring of 1942, my friend Josef Furtmaier (sic) introduced me to Hans Scholl. I cannot describe the circumstances [of this introduction] in any greater detail, but I believe that it took place on the street.
I have known Furtmaier for many years. Furtmaier had no specific agenda in introducing me to Hans Scholl. Continue reading
In June, I moved into Mrs. Berrsche’s house, Mandel [sic] Str. 1. Continue reading
As far as I can recall, Schmorell borrowed the portable typewriter (“Remington Portable” [Note 1] brand, serial number unknown) for the first time about 1-1/2 years ago from our family; I do not know who in our family lent it to him. I believe he said he needed it to copy out poetry, because he often said that he wrote poetry. I myself never handed the typewriter over to Schmorell. But my mother or my younger brother always told me when Schmorell had borrowed the typewriter. … Continue reading
His [Hans Scholl’s] sister (Sophie Scholl) occupied the same room from I believe it was the end of June 1942 to the beginning of semester break. Sophie Scholl was usually in her room only during the evening hours. She often read [books] and only occasionally received visitors. I do not know who these visitors were, because I did not care about it. I believe her visitors were usually female friends. Continue reading