Of late I’ve been adding material intended for the guidance of Nazi speakers. Today’s item is from May 1943, and explains the necessity for a cut in the meat ration. This was a delicate matter to present to the public. The Nazis used a variety of methods. First, the issue was mentioned in newspaper articles. Then the party’s speaker corps presented the case directly to audiences throughout Germany.
It is also interesting to consider the context. Speaker directives both preceding and following this one dealt with a major anti-Semitic propaganda campaign that was going on in May 1943.