Leaflet mailing 10

According to the Gestapo, copies of Leaflet II were mailed on July 1 at 09:00 a.m.:

  • To Werner Jacobs, Professor, Munich, Dorotheen Str. 15 – from Post Office 23 (record 12)
  • To Josef Eisenberger, Grocery Store Owner, Zell, township of Ruhpolding, House No. 281/2 – from Post Office 2 (record 33)
  • To Mr. Baer, Member of the Public Health Department, Munich 9, Hochleite – from unknown post office (record 26)
  • To Josef Schneider, Dr. of Veterinary Medicine, Bad Tölz, Bahnhof Str. 13 (Changed by Post Office to “Thanning bei München”) – from Post Office 1 (record 22) Continue reading

Leaflet mailing 02

According to the Gestapo, copies of Leaflet I were mailed on June 27 at 12:00 P.M. from Post Office 1:

  • To Herder Book Store, Munich, Lowengrube 14 (record 3)
  • To Bernd von Heiseler, Brannenburg on the Inn (record 31)
  • To Josef Eisenberger, Grocery Store Owner, Zell, township of Ruhpolding, House No. 281/2 (record 33)

The following was mailed at the same time, but from Post Office 2: Continue reading

Katharina goes to Alex’s soiree

The first time I had contact with the Scholl circle was in Schmorell’s villa. Around the end of June 1942, Lafrenz invited me there for a community reading of the book The Satin Slipper. Continue reading

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