In addition, Huber says he believed he was doing something good. However, we will not revert to the same mistake that the interim Weimar government made, wherein they deemed traitors to be men of honor and sent them to minimum security fortresses as “conscientious objectors”. The days wherein anyone could run around promoting his own political “beliefs” are past! For us, there is but one standard, and that is the National Socialist. We measure every man thereby!
Source: Verdict with reasons, second trial
Secret State Police [Gestapo]
State Police Headquarters Weimar
Weimar, March 30, 1943
II A 1 – Vol. No. 994/43 Continue reading →
Police Department [not Gestapo]
Journal No. K – 256/43.
Pössneck, March 16, 1943 Continue reading →
Previous correspondence: Your telex dated March 13, 1943 – Vol. No. 13226/43. Continue reading →
Addendum: When asked about Professor Muth in Solln, Gisela Schertling stated:
Hans Scholl introduced me to Professor Muth at the beginning of February 1943. That is, we visited him at his residence in Solln, where I was introduced to Prof. Muth. Continue reading →
Her teachers later told us that she was always very fearful when doing class work and exhibited serious inhibitions. Continue reading →
I was in Weimar for two years (sic). But since I was not doing very well in school and particularly had a lot of trouble with natural sciences, I did not know if I would be able to take the Abitur. Continue reading →
In the time following that, it became apparent that the accused took any difficult life events very hard, such as schoolwork and tests, etc. She would become very depressed beforehand, extraordinarily excited, and convulsive. Continue reading →
Gisela Schertling lived in Weimar, Harth Str. 30, from April 20, 1938 to March 20, 1939. Continue reading →
Regarding Gisela’s character, I [Paul Schertling, her father] have the following to say: Continue reading →
When I was 16 , I went to Weimar and attended Dr. Weiss’s Girls Secondary School. I became more alive there. I liked the practical work and I liked being there. Continue reading →
Gisela Schertling lived in Weimar, Harth Str. 30, from April 20, 1938 to March 20, 1939.
Source: March 30, 1943 response by Weimar Gestapo