Sources

Below please find the sources in the order in which they were uploaded to this online database. Any source with a hyperlink means that it is available through the online catalog of Exclamation! Publishers in its entirety.

I’ve also included sources that had no data from October 13, 1943 ff., just so you are aware that it’s been checked.

At the bottom of each post, we list the source as it is commonly referred to within academic circles (e.g. ZC13267, NJ1704). In parentheses following that reference is a page number. That page number refers to the page number in our English-language translation of that source.

Alexander Schmorell: Gestapo Interrogation Transcripts (no data)

Bündische Trials/Scholl-Reden, 1937 – 1938 (no data)

Eickemeyer and Grimminger: Gestapo Interrogation Transcripts (no data)

Willi Graf, Alexander Schmorell: Gestapo Interrogation Transcripts (NJ1704)

Hans and Sophie Scholl: Gestapo Interrogation Transcripts (ZC13267) (Note that although Hans and Sophie Scholl had been executed long before October 13, 1943, the files contained incidental information about other people after that date)

Kurt Huber and Falk Harnack: Gestapo Interrogation Transcripts (Mixed NJ1704 and ZC13267)

Gisela Schertling and Katharina Schueddekopf: Gestapo Interrogation Transcripts (Mixed NJ1704 and ZC13267, Volume 15)

Third White Rose Trial (Geyer, Dohrn, Eickemeyer, Soehngen) (no data)

Two Interviews: Hartnagel and Wittenstein (no data)

I’ve just started uploading the summary information from Inge Aicher-Scholl’s Sippenhaft, and will note that here once it is completed.

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