My wife knows nothing of the money transfer. Every month till now, I give my wife the usual housekeeping allowance. I do not talk to her any further about this matter [Note 1]. Merely after I was arrested, shortly before the train left Stuttgart, I told her when we were saying goodbye that I was needed in Munich due to a matter that was connected to the Scholl family, or rather that I was being taken into custody. Continue reading
About three weeks later (to the best of my knowledge, it was before Christmas 1942), Hans Scholl returned to my office as he had said he would, alone. He told me that he had now made connections to the university in Stuttgart. 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.
Around 1930, I became Director of the Audit Division for Productive Cooperatives, and simultaneously was promoted to Chief Auditor. I worked in that position until around April 30, 1935. Continue reading
16) Military experience … Continue reading