Harder’s second profile


Professor Harder – Munich 22, February 18, 1943
Ludwig Str. 14, 1st staircase

After two leaflets (A and B) were submitted to me yesterday, I received four additional leaflets (Leaflets of the White Rose No. I – IV) today. I will designate these with the letters C – F and once again use line numbers. In addition I have been advised that it has been proven through technical means that the author of A B is identical to the author of C – F. Continue reading

Leaflet mailing 22

The following leaflets were mailed with no record of date of mailing or post office where deposited.

  • To Unknown Persons in Planegg (local branch of municipal government in Planegg, via County Administration). It is unknown which leaflets were mailed to these unknown persons (record 34).
  • Leaflet III to Elisabeth Dane, Private teacher, Munich, Ranke Str. 1/4 (record 13) Continue reading

Leaflet mailing 10

According to the Gestapo, copies of Leaflet II were mailed on July 1 at 09:00 a.m.:

  • To Werner Jacobs, Professor, Munich, Dorotheen Str. 15 – from Post Office 23 (record 12)
  • To Josef Eisenberger, Grocery Store Owner, Zell, township of Ruhpolding, House No. 281/2 – from Post Office 2 (record 33)
  • To Mr. Baer, Member of the Public Health Department, Munich 9, Hochleite – from unknown post office (record 26)
  • To Josef Schneider, Dr. of Veterinary Medicine, Bad Tölz, Bahnhof Str. 13 (Changed by Post Office to “Thanning bei München”) – from Post Office 1 (record 22) Continue reading

Alexander Schmorell re Leaflet II

We worked in the same manner for the production and distribution of the “White Rose” leaflet, editions 2 and 3. I therefore describe both of these editions as the intellectual property of both me and Scholl, because we did everything jointly. We worked in my parents’ home (where I have my own room on the third floor) in such a manner that my parents could not possibly notice. Continue reading

Leaflet II

Leaflets of the White Rose II

It is impossible to come to terms with National Socialism on an intellectual basis, because it is simply not intellectual. You cannot speak of a National Socialist ideology. If such a thing existed, you would be forced to try to defend or engage it on an intellectual basis. Continue reading

Gestapo comments about second leaflet

Yesterday’s expert analysis, page 3, number 4, Christian overtones: This now comes clearly into view. Christian expressions multiply. … D 33, It is not given to us. D 48, May God grant that. Corresponding to the archaic relative pronoun “so”, here there likewise appears the unmistakable sign of theological method of speech, “now there our eyes are opened” [Note 1] (D 79). D 76 is the fanatical call of a hellfire-and-brimstone preacher. Continue reading