When the unfortunate events occurred and Hans Scholl was arrested, I finally came to my senses for the first time. I then tried to get out of this atmosphere. I decided I no longer wanted to study [at the university], because I did not want to be around [male] students any longer. Continue reading
We herewith certify that the [female] student Miss Gisela Schertling (born February 9, 1922, residing in Pössneck, Georg Str.) performed her Voluntary War-Time Service here in our armaments factory from August 3 to August 29, 1942, as well as her [Mandatory] War-Time Auxiliary Service from August 30 to September 26, 1942.
For students’ war-time service in 1942, she chose the most difficult work, that is, employment at a munitions factory with Presswerk Unterwellborn near Saalfeld. Here as well, her conduct was praiseworthy (according to the enclosed report) from the aspect of her diligence as well as regarding her social conduct with other [female] workers. Continue reading
During semester break, I was at home. I worked in a nearby munitions factory for 8 weeks.
The work was very strange to me. At first, it was very hard. But I tried my hardest to reach our quotas as quickly as possible. Continue reading
When she was given the choice as to what to do during semester break, Gisela chose the more difficult work in a munitions factory. Continue reading
It should be noted that the accused had expressly selected employment in a munitions factory in Unterwellenborn near Saalfeld during the semester break, so she could get to know the social circumstances of the workers. Continue reading
We herewith certify that the [female] student Miss Gisela Schertling (born February 9, 1922, residing in Pössneck, Georg Str.) performed her Voluntary War-Time Service here in our armaments factory from August 3 to August 29, 1942 … Continue reading