Gisela sees graffiti

When I learned about the graffiti the next day at the university, it was clear to me that only Hans Scholl and Willi Graf could have done this. But I kept silent about my suspicions with Hans Scholl. I did not want to say anything to him about it, because he had made it clear that he would rather I know nothing about it.

But they could not continue to hide it from me, because they made it too conspicuous.

But I had the impression that Hans Scholl did not wish to burden me with all those things. I also do not believe that he would have ever told me about the production and distribution of the leaflets and other illegal activities if I had not stumbled upon the leaflets myself.


Source: April 1, 1943 interrogation of Gisela Schertling

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