Alexander Schmorell re Gisela eavesdropping

Incidentally, I know for a fact that I myself never told Schertling about our illegal activity. I never told her about the existence of the leaflets. Hans Scholl never told me what he had told Schertling about the matter.

It is possible that Schertling heard when I returned from my trip to Vienna, and I told Hans Scholl that I had disposed of the leaflets well.

This is possible because I talked about this with Hans Scholl when I was in the hallway or in the bathroom. I was not particularly cautious during this conversation because I did not assume that anyone besides Hans and Sophie Scholl was in the apartment.


Source: Alexander Schmorell’s March 30, 1943 interrogation

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