Visit to Huber in Gräfelfing (Bischoff)
In January 1943, they [Alexander Schmorell and Hans Scholl] met in the apartment of the accused Huber. At that time, they discussed whether it made sense to generate propaganda against National Socialism by means of leaflets. The accused Graf was present at that meeting. …
The accused Huber was initially against the idea of producing leaflets, because he – apart from any other considerations – did not feel that they could reach the broad masses. Scholl attempted to dispel his misgivings and the accused Huber finally promised to think about the matter.
Editor’s note: Alexander Schmorell was not present.
Source: Indictment dated April 8, 1943