It then got rather late. I said I would not be able to catch the streetcar, and he then invited me to come back to his apartment. He was able to use his powers of persuasion to actually convince me to follow him back to his apartment. Continue reading
On January 6, 1943 following one such event and a [subsequent] visit to the residence of the artist Eickemeyer, she went home with him to his apartment on Franz Joseph Str.
Hans Scholl was allegedly very insistent and gave her a shot of morphine for purposes of getting closer to her. Continue reading
Eickemeyer is the owner of the studio by the same name on Leopold Str. I met him at the beginning of January when Hans Scholl invited me to his residence.
I believe it was after New Year’s 1943 that I visited the Scholl siblings in their apartment at Franz Josef Str. 13. I must also add that also during this visit, I noticed nothing that would make me believe the studio had been used without my permission. Additionally I must amend my statement to say that I did not visit the Scholl siblings in their apartment; rather Hans Scholl called on me in my studio at the beginning of January.
Around Christmas 1942, Schertling attended concerts with Hans Scholl. On January 6, 1943 following one such event and a [subsequent] visit to the residence of the artist Eickemeyer, she went home with him to his apartment on Franz Joseph Str.
Source: April 5, 1943 Gestapo memorandum
After that [concert], we went to Eickemeyer’s [studio] on Leopold Str.
On January 6, 1943, I attended a concert with him at the Bayerischer Hof.
Hans Scholl briefly looked me up once at my residence at the beginning of January 1943 to invite me to additional readings that had been planned. Continue reading
From January 6 through 10, 1943, I was in Stuttgart for a music competition.
In addition to me, Willi Graf was technically involved. With regards to Sophie Scholl, I can only say that she was not allowed to make any particular contribution [to the work].
Source: Schmorell’s initial interrogation.