At the beginning of 1943, the accused Hans Scholl challenged his friend – the accused Probst – to write down his thoughts about current events. Scholl had spoken his mind about political matters with Probst for a long time. Probst then sent him a draft [Note 1] that undoubtedly was to be duplicated and distributed, though indeed this never took place. … Continue reading
200,000 German brothers were sacrificed for the prestige of a militaristic imposter. The human conditions of surrender set down by the Russians were hidden from the soldiers who were sacrificed. Continue reading
I reported to Miss Scholl about the leaflet operation c/o Schertling’s address. I do not know whether I told her about my sister’s help.
By approximately 1 am, I had scattered all the leaflets I had with me. I then walked to Scholl’s apartment where I arrived around 1:30 am. Scholl and Schmorell were already there by that time. We talked briefly, and I subsequently called upon [Note 1] my residence, Mandl Street 1. Continue reading
We met up at Scholl’s residence around 1:30 a.m. Willy [sic] Graf returned from his excursion about half an hour later. He then returned to his residence, while I spent the night at Scholl’s. This was the same kind of propaganda we were primarily forced to undertake, because at this time we could not procure any envelopes. We did not scatter leaflets on any other night. Continue reading