Bischoff’s view of Schmorell’s literary soiree
Eventually, Huber was invited to the villa of the accused Schmorell’s father. There a political discussion arose in which Huber championed the notion that the NSDAP would continue to drift to the left, asserting that Northern Germany already exhibited strong Bolshevist tendencies, while Southern Germany generally leaned more towards an established democratic form of government.
They discussed how young people in the field should conduct themselves, and the accused Schmorell declared that he would take a passive stance.
Source: Indictment dated April 8, 1943