One week later on Monday [March 1, 1943], I saw Traute Lafrenz at a concert at the Bayerischer Hof. Continue reading
After supper, my brother, my sister Elisabeth – who was staying with us for a short time – and I went to the Bavarian Hof where we attended a concert. After the concert, my brother accompanied us on the way home.
Around Christmas 1942, Schertling attended concerts with Hans Scholl. On January 6, 1943 following one such event and a [subsequent] visit to the residence of the artist Eickemeyer, she went home with him to his apartment on Franz Joseph Str.
Source: April 5, 1943 Gestapo memorandum
On January 6, 1943, I attended a concert with him at the Bayerischer Hof.
He carried my luggage to the train station. I was actually surprised that he was so attentive to me, because after all, I had only known him for a few days. … Continue reading
We went to concerts a few times together. I noticed that Hans was very nice to me. He always asked if I would be coming along the next time too, and what I planned to do over the holidays. [He asked me] to return to Munich from Pössneck via Ulm [Note 1] and then return to Munich with them. Continue reading
The next time I met him [Willi Graf] was I believe at the beginning of December 1942 on the occasion of a concert. I do not know anything else. Continue reading
Question: Through whom and how long have you known Christoph Propst (sic)? What is your relationship to him? In what manner did he participate in the leaflet operation? Continue reading
Question: How long have you known the medical student Christof Probst from Lermoos near Garmisch? What is your relationship with him? What did he have to do with the leaflet operation, or what, in what manner did he participate? Continue reading