According to the Gestapo, copies of Leaflet I were mailed on June 27 at 8:00 P.M. from Post Office 1:
- To Alfons Engelsperger, PhD, Munich Geiselfasteig, N. Münchener Str. 4a (record 4)
Source: ZC13267, report detailing leaflets that had been turned in to the Gestapo (35-38). The report was not dated.
One of the recipients of the leaflets of the White Rose – mailed by Schmorell and Scholl – was the accused Huber. … Huber had received the first two leaflets.
Source: Indictment dated April 8, 1943
According to the Gestapo, copies of Leaflet I were mailed on June 27 at 5:00 P.M. from Post Office 1:
- To Fritz Baumann, Sr. Ass’t Headmaster, Kriegerstr. 5, Munich (record 1)
- To August von Dessauer, independent scholar, Grosshadern, Sigmund Str. 6 (record 2) Continue reading
We took the addresses out of the Schmorells’
address telephone book (his father’s). I think this was the 1942 telephone directory. I assume this was so, because Schmorell always had the most current edition. Continue reading
Mahler: Between June 27 and July 12, 1942, a total of 83 leaflets of the “White Rose” were sent to 35 Munich residents. These leaflets were seized. According to document experts, Hans Scholl is the disseminator in question.
Source: ZC13267, Mahler’s report dated February 19, 1943.
According to the Gestapo, copies of Leaflet I were mailed on June 27 at 12:00 P.M. from Post Office 1:
- To Herder Book Store, Munich, Lowengrube 14 (record 3)
- To Bernd von Heiseler, Brannenburg on the Inn (record 31)
- To Josef Eisenberger, Grocery Store Owner, Zell, township of Ruhpolding, House No. 281/2 (record 33)
The following was mailed at the same time, but from Post Office 2: Continue reading