Huber’s justification for leaflet (Bischoff)

Huber claimed that he only wished to bring about a strong political swing to the right. When he saw that – at a time when there was the greatest concern about the welfare of the nation – a schism had arisen between the student body and the political leadership, he understood that to be a portentous incentive for that step. And in addition, he is an opponent of Bolshevism.

He had included several sentences in his draft of the “Student” leaflet that were later stricken by Scholl. In these sentences, he called on the student body to resolutely join the “rank and file of our glorious armed forces”. However, this assertion contradicts the remaining content of the leaflet.


Source: Indictment dated April 8, 1943

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