Production of sixth leaflet (Schmorell)

But I would like to particularly emphasize that in his absence, we objected to an additional passage, the one Prof. Huber mentioned, [that says]: so that our glorious army may be saved. We therefore struck it.

It is possible that we (Scholl and I) struck another similar passage as well, one we did not like. But I cannot presently recall the exact wording.

After we struck these passages, I typed the last leaflet and helped with the duplication and distribution of it, as I have already stated in great detail. Scholl and I were in complete agreement with the publication of this leaflet. I do not know how Prof. Huber construed the revised leaflet after its publication, because I have not spoken with him since then.


Source: Alexander Schmorell’s March 1, 1943 interrogation

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