Third White Rose Trial: July 13, 1943

Third White Rose Trial: July 13, 1943

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Report (indictment) and trial transcript, along with interrogation transcripts of Josef

Söhngen. Translated by Ruth Hanna Sachs.

This is the "forgotten" White Rose trial, which was to have been held on April 20, 1943 with four death sentences. But a loss of files containing evidence forced delay of the proceedings.

At this trial, Gisela Schertling redeemed herself by recanting previous testimony against the defendants.

This volume contains:

  • Josef Söhngen questionnaire (intake), March 16, 1943
  • Josef Söhngen interrogation, April 13, 1943
  • Josef Söhngen interrogation, April 21, 1943
  • Stiegler protest of Söhngen's imprisonment, May 24, 1943
  • Letter from Hans Scholl to Söhngen, September 11, 1942 (Gestapo copy)
  • Letter from Söhngen to Hans Scholl, October 14, 1942
  • Letter from Hans Scholl to Söhngen, October 18, 1942 (Gestapo copy)
  • Character witness letter (Capt. Schwarz) for Söhngen, July 7, 1943
  • Gestapo progress report dated April 12, 1943 re Eickemeyer et al
  • Interrogation of Fritz Seidel, April 14, 1943
  • Gestapo analysis of case against Söhngen, April 14, 1943
  • Quasi-indictment of Eickemeyer et al, April 27, 1943
  • Verdict and sentencing of Eickemeyer et al, July 13, 1943
  • Josef Söhngen's post-war report
  • Letter from Hans Scholl to Söhngen, September 11, 1942 (Söhngen copy)
  • Letter from Hans Scholl to Söhngen, October 18, 1942 (Söhngen copy)
  • Letter from Söhngen to Hans Scholl, October 14, 1942 (Söhngen copy)
  • Letter from Hans Scholl to Söhngen, December 28, 1942

ISBN 978-0-9710541-8-9. Printed on acid-free paper. 62 pages.