Recently, Scholl has frequently met with a man named Furtmeier. The meetings were more for scholarly purposes, because Furtmeier is a well-read man, and for that reason, Hans Scholl took particular interest in him. It is out of the question that Hans Scholl would have initiated Furtmeier of all people in our common cause. Continue reading
I only saw Furtmeier in Scholl’s apartment once, and that was late afternoon on either February 5 or 6. I do not know why he came to visit. Continue reading
Schmorell Alexander, Graf Willi, Geier [Note 1] from Ulm, Furtmeier from Munich, Christoph Probst, Professor Huber, Falk Harnack, Traute Lafrenz, Karin [sic] Schüddekopf, Jäger [Note 1] [sic] from Munich, Otto Aicher from Ulm, Eickemayr [Note 1][sic], Bäuerle or Feuerle from Ulm (work colleague of Geyer). Continue reading
Hans Scholl invited the same circle [Note 1] to a reading by Theodor Haecker. The following persons were there in addition: Traute Lafrenz, Karin [sic] Schüddekopf, Mrs. Dohrn, and two or three other [male] students from Scholl’s [Student] Company; I do not know their names. Continue reading
Probst’s father-in-law Mr. Dohrn was not in Scholl’s apartment on Franz Joseph Strasse, but rather in Eickemeyer’s studio on Leopold Str. As I recall, I saw him there twice. I had the impression that the meeting had been arranged with Hans Scholl. Continue reading
Question: You yourself introduced a person to the Scholl circle, and to date, you have not named this person. Who was this person and what was the reason that you introduced this person to Scholl? Continue reading
In the spring of 1942, my friend Josef Furtmaier (sic) introduced me to Hans Scholl. I cannot describe the circumstances [of this introduction] in any greater detail, but I believe that it took place on the street.
I have known Furtmaier for many years. Furtmaier had no specific agenda in introducing me to Hans Scholl. Continue reading