The next Wednesday [February 24, 1943], Traute Lafrenz and the sisters and brother of Hans Scholl showed up at my apartment around 9 pm. Continue reading
Question: How often does your sister go home, and when was she last in Ulm?
Answer: Irregularly, but usually every four weeks. Last time – a week ago – my sister stayed in Ulm for a full week, because my mother was very ill. She left Munich on Friday, February 5, 1943 with the early train around 7 or 8 am. … 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.
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Munich-Solln, October 19, 1942
Dear Mr. Scholl, I cannot express my joy at your long-expected letter in any better way than to reply by return mail. I have repeatedly asked about you in Ulm. One time I was able to discern that you are hail and hearty. Continue reading
One time I was able to discern that you are hail and hearty. Sofie – and in the beginning Elisabeth as well – was here for ten days and helped me bring my best books from the upper stories of my half-destroyed house to the first floor. I had to make substantial adjustments in expectation of the next bombing raid, which we will not be spared. Continue reading