Today I’m adding the last in my current supply of issues of the Redner-Schnellinformation, irregular bulletins issued to Nazi speakers by the Reichspropagandaleitung. Earlier in 1943, the Nazis had suffered defeats at Stalingrad and in North Africa. The news in August 1943 had not gotten better. Germans were understandably wondering how Germany could still win the war.
This issue tells speakers to be optimistic, to tell their audiences that Germany had every requirement for victory on its side. However, it was remarkably vague about what that might mean.