Until Stalingrad, it was reasonable for the average German to believe in ultimate German victory. Propaganda’s job was relatively easy. After February 1943, the job was harder. Today I am adding material from mid-1944 intended for use in Sprechabende, or evening discussion meetings. These were organized primarily for members of the Nazi Party and were intended to boost their faith, but also to provide them with material they could use in talking with their fellow citizens. The article is titled: “Now More than Ever: We Believe in Victory!”
It outlines the military, economic, political, and worldview arguments party members could use in talking with their fellow citizens.