Salzburg and Linz (first indictment)

At the end of January 1943, he [Hans Scholl] traveled to Salzburg and mailed between 100 and 150 letters from the post office at the train station; the letters contained the leaflets he had produced.

In addition, Schmorell posted another 1500 inflammatory pamphlets in Linz and Vienna; he had traveled there with Scholl’s approval. Scholl paid for some of the travel costs to Linz and Vienna.

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General note: This part of the indictment reflects the inaccuracies that arose from the hurried prosecution of Christoph Probst and the Scholls.-Ed.

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Source: February 21, 1943 indictment

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