We talked till around 11 pm. That day and also that evening when Sophie Scholl was home again, we did not talk about the leaflet matter at all. Continue reading
On Sunday, February 14, 1943 around 10 pm, I returned from Gaissach to my residence in Munich.
She [Sophie Scholl] came back to Munich 12 days later on Sunday, February
12 14, 1943, arriving at 9:06 pm. Gisela Schertling and I met her at the train station and brought her back to the apartment.
I was glad when Sophie returned from Ulm on Sunday evening, because I knew that then Hans could not keep me in the apartment the way he had. The only thing I needed was to be in my room and to bury myself in my textbooks. Continue reading
Around 9 pm, Sophie Scholl arrived at the main train station, where we picked her up together. We then drove [Note 1] to the apartment on Franz Josef Str. Continue reading
When my sister returned to Munich on Sunday, February
12 14, 1943, I showed her the leaflets I had produced and determined that she was in agreement with their content.
Source: Hans Scholl’s second interrogation, February 18, 1943 (after 4 a.m.)
I am stating so much detail about this work to demonstrate that the work needed to produce the leaflets could actually be carried out by only my brother and me within the scope of the set-up that we had available to us. It took more time and labor to procure and address the envelopes than it did to run off copies of the leaflets. Continue reading
We returned to Munich on the train from the nearest train station to Isartalbahn. We arrived in Munich around 7:30 pm. We ate supper in a pub near the German Museum.
After that, we went on an excursion to Grünwald. We then walked about 2 – 3 hours out of Grünwald. We returned to Munich on the train from the nearest train station to Isartalbahn.
Around noon we ate lunch at the Seehaus [Restaurant] on Kleinhesseloher See.
We did not get up on Sunday morning until around 10 am. Afterwards, we took a walk in the English Gardens.