Hans Scholl’s personal effects

Board of Governors of the Prison and Interrogation Facility
Munich – Stadelheim

Munich 9, March 3, 1943
Stadelheim Str. 12

/Stamp: Reich [illegible] Received March 8, 1943/

Telephone no. 492144, 492145, Management 492758
Reichs Bank checking account no. 135, Reichs Bank Munich
Post Bank account no. 8431, Railroad Branch, Munich-Giesing

To the Chief Prosecutor of the Reich, People’s Court, Berlin.

With regards to: Scholl Hans, born September 22, 1918, for high treason.

The above-named was executed here on February 22, 1943. The following items are held in trust for him:

1 wrist watch, 1 overcoat, 1 coat, 1 pair of pants, 1 pair of gloves, 1 shawl, 1 wool vest, 1 shirt, 1 pair of shoes, 1 pair of socks, 1 pipe, 1 pair of suspenders.

The father, Mr. Robert Scholl, resides in Ulm on the Danube, Münsterpl. 33. I will inquire regarding further action with regards to the deceased’s assets that are held in trust here [Note 1].

By order of: /Signature: [illegible]/ Administrative employee.

Written on March 11, 1943 Harff. Sent: March 11, 1943 /Initials: [Illegible]/.

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Note 1: Additional handwritten notes regarding disposition of Hans Scholl’s assets were largely illegible.

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Source: ZC13267 (240)

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