I am gradually adding material by the various Nazi Gauleiter, that party’s regional bosses. This material is not particularly easy to find. I recently got a copy of a book of speeches by Gauleiter Eigruber of the Linz area (Oberdonau), and will likely add several of his speeches.
Today I add a speech from January 1941 to the propagandists in his area. We tend to think of Nazi propaganda as well organized and developed, but about 10% of the citizens of his district had never ridden on a train, and many still had no electricity. They depended on battery-powered radios to listen to Nazi broadcasts. Propaganda required face-to-face contact and rather primitive tools. Gauleiter Eigruber, for example, recommends the one-two punch to knock people telling political jokes to the ground.