Scholl political views

As far as I know, my father was never politically active and is currently a member of the National Socialist Association of Lawyers. My siblings were likewise members of Hitler Youth or League of German Girls. If I am asked the question regarding how I stand with regards to the current regime, I herewith declare that I am a soldier, I feel like a soldier, and I fulfill my duties.


Source: Hans Scholl’s second interrogation, February 18, 1943

Why Grimminger gave them money

Scholl’s second visit occurred shortly before Christmas. I recall this because he told me he wanted to use [Christmas] vacation to take a trip. He then immediately told me that several good friends [Note 1] of his had gotten entangled in a bad situation. These were economists, officers, and partly persons in high places who were trying to bring about peace talks with Russia. Continue reading

Details regarding first trip to Stuttgart

To the question as to why Hans Scholl would turn precisely to me to receive money for his seditious actions: I can only reply that he probably received the tip from Robert Scholl, that is, from Hans Scholl’s father, since I had deputized for him. Hans Scholl expressed himself so clearly during his first visit that I could imagine both of them [Note 1] working to overthrow [the government]. Continue reading

Alexander Schmorell’s visit in Ulm

Question: Who was present during the discussions in the residence of Scholl’s parents in Ulm?

Answer: With regards to the time in question, I must say in advance that this was not over Christmas, but rather November 1942 [Note 1],because I did not travel to Ulm over Christmas or New Year’s. Continue reading

Grimminger handles Scholl’s business affairs

While Scholl was in prison, I represented him in Ulm. Since the residence and offices of Scholl Senior are in the same house, I naturally got to know his family better. With regards to Inge Scholl, I can only say that she concerns herself with high philosophical questions or rather reads books like that. … Continue reading

Scholl family information

The father of the accused Scholl [Note 1] was mayor of Forchtenberg until 1930. Later he was a business consultant in Ulm on the Danube. The accused Scholls have three siblings: two sisters and one brother, who is currently in the army.


Note 1: “Accused Scholl” is singular here instead of plural. That is, referring only to Hans Scholl.


Source: ZC13267, indictment (42)

Used January 31, 1933 as date because it predates that time.