Wilhelm Geyer with the Scholls

I saw the artist Geyer nearly every day, Tuesday to Friday (when he usually was in Munich), in Scholl’s apartment. He ate breakfast and supper there. Geyer liked to talk politics. I could tell that he was against National Socialism. …

Although he constantly complained about current events, I could not generally tell that he would have ever done anything against the leadership and the State in a specific form.

I do not believe that Geyer knew that the Scholl siblings were involved in illegal activities. I believe that because Geyer was never present at the times when Scholl and his circle were working.

Geyer also was not in Munich when the leaflets were taken to Eickemeyer’s studio.


Source: April 2, 1943 interrogation of Gisela Schertling

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