I have not talked about this with anyone else up till the day of my arrest (March 2, 1943). After the agents searched my office and I was made aware that I was being investigated, I briefly advised my cousin Albert Grimminger about it. This Grimminger is currently employed in my office on a stopgap basis. Continue reading
Question: A notebook [Note 1] was found in your apartment. It contained a larger number of addresses and other notes. What would you like to say in this regard? Continue reading
The four-page list that was found in my house [during the search] was generated by my secretary Miss Josenhans. At my request, she had taken an inventory [Note 1] of my private books in the office. Continue reading
[Jenny Grimminger nee Stern told the Gestapo:] While the business consultant Robert Scholl was in prison (August – October 1942), her husband was in Ulm on various occasions to take care of pressing business matters for Scholl. Since Scholl was released from custody, he has not been back in Ulm.
Since that time, we have met now and then. Scholl Senior helped me out a little at that time, so that I feel I owe him my gratitude. Scholl Senior has visited me several times in Stuttgart. We primarily talked business. Continue reading
In May 1937, I passed the CPA examinations. I currently work [as a CPA] in Stuttgart. …
I met Robert Scholl in 1919 when I was the Director of the municipal cooperative in Crailsheim. At that time, Scholl Senior was mayor of Ingersheim, which was part of my district. In 1937, we both passed the CPA examinations in Stuttgart. Continue reading