When Schertling states that she took part in a discussion in the presence of Harnack, then this certainly was the second discussion with Harnack. … Continue reading
I can recall that during a discussion with Hans Scholl, a ‘Fräulein’ took part. She was introduced to me, but her name escapes me. I assumed that this was someone whom Hans Scholl knew well. Continue reading
[Gisela Schertling:] Harnack was introduced to me on a Tuesday, either February 8 or 9, in [Hans] Scholl’s apartment. Schmorell was also present on that occasion. I was present for their conversation, and it lasted more than an hour. Continue reading
When Hans Scholl and I left the lecture that day, Willi Graf was already waiting for us. We met Schmorell and Harnack waiting for us in front of the apartment. As far as I know, Prof. Huber arrived about 15 minutes later. Continue reading
Once we were all together in Scholl’s residence, the first things we discussed were general political topics. That was followed by an exchange of ideas between Prof. Huber and Dr. Harnack. Continue reading
I have only seen Professor Huber in Scholl’s apartment on the occasion of the discussion with Falk Harnack. … Continue reading
The next day when I came out of Prof. Huber’s lecture, I saw Scholl and Schmorell in front of the university. They then met with Harnack. Harnack
then immediately took his leave. Scholl and I went to the city to eat lunch, while Schmorell went to a restaurant alone where he allegedly wanted to meet up with a Russian woman. [Note 1] Continue reading
The next day, we met as agreed at the university. Prof. Huber was the last person to join us, at which time we introduced Harnack to him. Continue reading
And as a matter of fact, the next day I observed or rather Hans Scholl himself told me that he and Willi Graf had done as he had said. That time, they painted with green paint. I emphasize this because I had nothing to do with it.
Source: Schmorell’s initial interrogation.
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. Continue reading