When Sophie went to Ulm for a week at the beginning of February, we were glad that we could finally be alone together for a few days. Continue reading
Occasionally it also happened that I was in [Hans] Scholl’s apartment alone. This was during the time that Sophie Scholl was in Ulm. Continue reading
The criminal labs of the police department of the city of Munich have been able to determine that the leaflets of the so-called “Resistance Movement” were all typed on the same typewriter. This expert opinion has allowed the fairly certain conclusion that the stencils for these leaflets were prepared on the same typewriter as those of the well-known leaflets of the so-called “White Rose” (see Vol. No. IV A 1 d – 3 247/42 in your files). Continue reading
Before Harnak [sic, throughout] was sent to the Eastern Front, he visited Berndl once again – at the beginning of February 1943. … At the beginning of February 1943, I met Harnak in Munich and invited him to come to Scholl’s residence, which Harnak did. Continue reading
Nevertheless, I [Hans Scholl] have met up with Prof. Muth several times, most recently two weeks ago.
Addendum: When asked about Professor Muth in Solln, Gisela Schertling stated:
Hans Scholl introduced me to Professor Muth at the beginning of February 1943. That is, we visited him at his residence in Solln, where I was introduced to Prof. Muth. Continue reading
I also know that Hans Scholl
still had a close friendship [Note 1] with Professor Muth. But I never saw him in Scholl’s apartment or in Eickemeyer’s studio. Hans Scholl probably only visited him at his residence in Solln. Continue reading
The large-scale search undertaken subsequent to the telex dated February 5, 1943 with regards to the perpetrators of the distribution of leaflets has been unsuccessful. The search was carried out in the metropolitan area of Munich on February 4 [sic], 1943 with the participation of all available State Police and plain clothes detectives, including cooperation of the security police, train security personnel etc. Continue reading
Question: How often does your sister go home, and when was she last in Ulm?
Answer: Irregularly, but usually every four weeks. Last time – a week ago – my sister stayed in Ulm for a full week, because my mother was very ill. She left Munich on Friday, February 5, 1943 with the early train around 7 or 8 am. … Continue reading