According to the Gestapo, a copy of Leaflet IV was mailed on July 12 at 9:00 P.M. from Post Office 2:
- To Josef Eisenberger, Grocery Store Owner, Zell, township of Ruhpolding, House No. 281/2 (record 33)
Source: ZC13267, report detailing leaflets that had been turned in to the Gestapo (35-38). The report was not dated.
According to the Gestapo, a copy of Leaflet IV was mailed on July 12 at 3:00 P.M. from an unknown post office:
I learned about the “White Rose” leaflet for the first time through the poet Dr. Schwarz, who lives in Solln. He received this anonymously through the mail and turned it over to the Secret State Police [Gestapo] when he received it. I do not recall any specifics regarding the content of the leaflet. I believe this has to do with the first leaflet, in case he received the second one as well. Continue reading
We worked in the same manner for the production and distribution of the “White Rose” leaflet, editions 2 and 3. I therefore describe both of these editions as the intellectual property of both me and Scholl, because we did everything jointly. We worked in my parents’ home (where I have my own room on the third floor) in such a manner that my parents could not possibly notice. Continue reading