Bischoff’s view of Leaflet VI
A short time later, the accused Huber – allegedly induced to do so by the events of a student assembly – decided to go public with a leaflet opposing the National Socialist government. Following a discussion with Scholl, during which Huber evidently presumed to scandalously insult the Führer as he also did during his interrogation on February 27, 1943, the accused Huber wrote a leaflet and gave it to Scholl.
Scholl struck several sentences in this draft that had to do with the German armed forces, incidentally not in a derogatory manner. The “Students” leaflet originated with this draft, or as it was called in later editions, “Fellow Students.”
Source: Indictment dated April 8, 1943