Over time I’ve been adding to the archive material intended for Nazi speakers. This material was then used by thousands of speakers to discuss the Nazi propaganda line in public meetings throughout Germany. Today I am adding two editions. The first is from March 1943, and attempts to deal with an unintended consequence of Goebbels’s February 1943 speech on total war. He had called for the elimination of luxuries, but some over-eager citizens thought they were following his instructions by insulting well-dressed women. Speakers are to say that it is still good for women to take care in their appearance.
The second edition is from mid-February 1944 and expresses outrage at English Lord Vansittart’s discussion of re-educating the Germans after the war. It also discusses Allied carpet bombing.